The Daily Mail has today published an interview with the 'nurse' who worked undercover at Medivet for tonight's Panorama documentary: It shouldn't happen at a vets (tonight, BBC1 9pm).

Looks like the communications departments at the RCVS, BVA and BSAVA will be run off their feet today. So far, the following radio stations and newspapers have run stories:

BBC Online has published a longer trailer for the programme here.
BBC Radio 4 Today - interview with the mole, followed by Sandy Trees (in the recording of the entire programme, it starts at 1:09:05 on the iPlayer timeline)
BBC Radio 5 live - interview with Jacquie Molyneux (not available on iPlayer)
BBC Radio Tees - 7:50am interview with Bill Reilly (BVA)
BBC Radio Somerset - 8:00am interview with Bill Reilly (BVA)
BBC Radio Shropshire - 8:40am interview with Bill Reilly (BVA)
Aberdeen Press & Journal
BBC Twitter
China News (in Chinese)
BBC Radio 2 - Jeremy Vine interviews Steve Leonard (starts at 1:10:56 on the iPlayer timeline. Continues through at least a couple of songs. At one point, Jeremy Vine says there are lots of reports coming into the show of good vets too!).
The Guardian (TV Review)

I'll be updating the list of news reports over the course of the day. 

And reaction to the story elsewhere on the Internet ...

UK Labradoodle forum
Digital Spy
Yahoo Answers
Pet forums (well worth watching, this one).
Horse & Hound forums

Incidentally, in case anyone is asked for an interview, BVA has produced an advice sheet on the subject for its members, plus a briefing document. The association has also published a response to the Daily Mail story on its website.

PS: Whilst you're here, take a moment to see our latest job opportunities for vets.