Impeachment: The BBC's recap

I would be interested to hear what other people think of this clip. (Note to mods: no need to kneejerk ban this; this is purely a factual post, like all the other ones banned.)
The BBC's recap of this week's impeachment hearings includes: "Sondland's 'bombshell' says there WAS a quid pro quo; Was Trump just covering his tracks?; The 'now infamous' July 25 phone call...."
Is this typically unbiased reporting from the BBC? Is there anything they, ahem, left out?
https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-us-canada-50505712/this-we

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By: VikingOnAcid (2058.40)

Tags: trump, impeachment, BBC