Is that what you call true from a certain point of view?
Study material for kids is less quickly paced than its adult counterpart, but there's still enough overlapping speech that I'd rather wait for the period drama. Also - no captions, but I'm certain it's Simplified spoken translation over Traditional hosts' conversation.
Automatic captioning makes regular errors even with neutral North American or Received Pronunciation, and live human captioning at speed is more prone to mishears than is captioning at relative leisure, because of that speed. A certain point of view must consider less important in the "basic sense of decency" an incident of a White male public official holding an innocent Black male constituent at gunpoint (capitalize one, capitalize all), considering the incident is so infrequently spoken of except in counterweight publications; however, one only has to watch the process in action, live or recorded, to see the use of time limits and crosstalk in that process.
Focus on yinz health. That job's not a televised political interview, and yinz of all people know it.
Ending with this because more study material is always welcome.