Evan Davis's semi-editorial introduction to the migrant story on last night's Newsnight promoted the same line as the BBC News at Six.
Instead of noting that the authorities in Macedonia and Calais used tear gas in reaction to violent disturbances by large groups of migrants, Evan gave us this (including some strikingly loaded language):
At different ends of Europe migrants have been meeting tear gas today, as Europe fashions a more forceful response to its refugee crisis. In Calais the new fences around the Eurotunnel terminal have made it significantly hardly to get into Britain, trapping many in the camps there. The French want an end to 'the Jungle' but migrants protested today as demolition teams went it. In Macedonia, right at the other end, a border has been reimposed, trapping thousands in Greece - people who want to journey up to northern Europe - causing real friction and despair. Now, you could call it 'the Donald Trump solution': build walls to stop people coming in. For some it's the idea that actually works; for others it simply shows you have a choice: You can have strong borders or humane values but it's hard to have both.
Interviews followed with the Macedonian foreign minister, being asked if he came into politics to tear gas children, and David Miliband, being allowed to argue (uninterrupted) that the EU needs to help Germany cope with the refugees and that walls and fences don't work.
Impartial? I don't think so.