Yesterday I mentioned how there were few graphics detailing the fire at Notre Dame de Paris. Just give media organisations a day. The BBC published this piece about the fire. It includes, much like the Times piece from yesterday, an illustrative diagram detailing the key locations of the fire.
But the BBC piece goes a bit further and includes photo sliders like this.
It shows the extent of the fire burning away at the roof. (Amazingly, the stone vaulted ceiling below the roof contained most of the fire as the ground floor is nearly intact.)
Another slider looks at the appearance of the cathedral while photographs are annotated to provide immediate context of what the reader is seeing.
Overall, it is a very strong piece.
Credit for the piece goes to the BBC graphics department.