I can only recommend "This week" on BBC 1. The beginning of the programme is about the banking industry behaviour. Nothing new, in fact a very old news, but it is nice to note that the mainstream is catching up with things that have been glaringly obvious for over four years and have been discussed in detail on this blog for years. Still the mainstream has a long way to go and a lot to understand.
Why so late? What is so difficult about this crisis that it takes so many years for the mainstream commentators to understand? This seems to be a more challenging subject to study (psychology, media studies, study of transparency and corruption, etc.) than studying the causes of the current financial mess, as the latter have been obvious and clear all along. The mainstream media handling of the financial mess since 2008 is a very interesting story and a research subject in itself.
PS. The founding article of this blog "The largest heist in history" is recommended in a recent book by Paul Knott "Ouch! What you don't know about money and why it matters (more than you think)" (page 26), published by Pearson (owner/co-owner of the Financial Times and The Economist).