Yeah, I caught most of it. It was very enlightening.
The most revealing part was how disinterested the managers of Fair Trade were in the results of the investigation and the failure of the program to deliver to the pickers. :( *
Watching one FT manager defend a 10% per month interest rate on loans made to the workers (from the FT money) was somewhat horrific. >:(
It seemed that Fair Trade only became interested in the results when the results were shown to the retailers and they made their commitment to FT goods dependent on getting positive outcomes for the pickers.