I just watched it. It was a lot more balanced than I thought it was going to be, which made me very happy. I wish that they had pointed out to a better extent that these women are getting prenatal care, they are just doing it themselves. It isn't like most of us are having more done than a fundal measurement and bp reading.
What I thought was the best/most effective part was when toward the end the British OB said something similar to: if homebirth with a midwife were more readily available then maybe more women wouldn't feel that they needed to UC in order to have their wishes respected. I know that a lot of women chose it even if they can have a homebirth; however, my husband and I considered it because we felt that we really had no other option that really met our birthing desires and because there isn't a good deal of homebirth support in the U.S. from insurance companies. (We've had to compromise our birth wishes for the sake of our finances, and we're going to birth center.)