Its music to the ears of many who are in the highly educated, and institutionally high positions in the center of power and wealth in America, especially in the NE US.
They have enticing aspects, like well written, interview a number of experts, show some of the complexity of an issue, they actually let the person they are interviewing speak.
But they have bad aspects too. Any person in a position of authority, from government authority like a director of a program, to like a professor with scientific authority - it is always unspoken assumed that by their authority these people are always right, and that they have no biases. And they don't ask the blatantly obvious question. Its like interesting and entertaining look into some minor side questions on an issue.
They also 'somehow' miss obvious continuity problems in the overall narrative. Like if so many Muslims are dangerous religious zealots hellbent on killing Americans, then what possible reason would America have for importing millions of practicing Muslims.
Or I am betting they were covering the feared Ebola outbreak in Africa, talking to world renowned exports in virology & public health measures. Yet was the question asked, why would any sane authority fly an infected person from Africa to America.