Keeping watch over the BBC by night, it's clear that Newsnight hasn't lived up to the BBC's self-declared standards of impartiality over the EU referendum issue:
Yes, so far this year we've had a fair few single-interviewee interviews with pro-Remain types (from the UK and the continent) where the pro-EU guests have been given the chance to explain (at length) why the UK should remain inside the EU.
But we've had no equivalent interviews with pro-Leave interviewees.
Instead: pro-Leave types have either been (a) pitted against pro-Remain guests in joint interviews; or (b) made to focus almost exclusively on matters of process - i.e. infighting and splits.
And actually, so far it's been a clear case of (c): both.
So, drawing some preliminary conclusions from all of this, it's been particularly striking that none of the pro-Leave guests so far (with the partial exception of Liam Fox, appearing alongside Ken Clarke) has ever been given the chance to properly make the case against our remaining in the EU - unlike those from the other side of the argument.
That's clearly unbalanced.
Last night's edition continued in the same vein but added a new twist.
I was reassured to hear that Labour donor and Vote Leave campaign leader John Mills was on, along with pro-Remain Labour MP Emma Reynolds.
I wanted to hear what Mr Mills had to say about why we should leave the EU - and, for that matter, what Ms Reynolds had to say on why we should stay in the EU.
Unfortunately Newsnight had other ideas and John Mills didn't get the chance to make even one point in favour of leaving the EU.
Kirsty Wark was determined to focus on 'Labour splits' to the exclusion of everything else, and Mr Mills had to focus on that to the exclusion of anything else.
And the same must be said for Emma Reynolds. She too was made (by Kirsty Wark) to keep off the substance of the issue and defend Jeremy Corbyn's tactics instead.
And like this insubstantial pageant faded, the whole thing left not a rack of substance behind.
I'm still waiting for the first full solo Newsnight interview with a pro-Leave guest that actually focuses on the issue of whether we should stay in the EU or not.
When will that happen?