I wasn’t wildly impressed by the first episode when it aired in the UK last week, with the German side of things, and especially the chronology, seeming badly off, but I haven’t seen yet got round to watching the second episode.
As someone who’s never managed to make it to Haigerloch and its museum, that’s an interesting video. Yes, any dangling blocks are surely meant to be uranium. Indeed, surely one thing The Saboteurs gets explicitly right is that Heisenberg was ultimately going for heavy water as the moderator. That’s kind of the point of the Norwegian story.
Presumably a reference to the Farm Hall transcripts. There are printed editions of both the surviving UK copy (Operation Epsilon, IoP, 1993) and the US one (Jeremy Bernstein, Hitler’s Uranium Club, Springer-Verlag, 2001), with (essentially ultimately minor, but some of us take an interest) some differences between the two.