I haven't watched the program but the role of the railways in the holocaust is a matter of historical record and parts of the railway administration were complicit in what happened.
Parts of the administration may have been complicit, but recent news has it that NS have agreed to pay compensation to the descendants of Jews it transported whilst under German occupation. Apparently SNCF did likewise a few years ago.
The Holocaust was a tragedy, horrific on a scale hard to comprehend. But I'm unsure how the national railway systems of two countries who were under occupation can be held responsible for the actions of 75 years ago (yes, not all of France was technically occupied, but I suspect there was little option for non-cooperation in vichy France, or indeed any other occupied country). I also find it difficult to see how a payout to the grandchildren of those who were murdered generations ago fixes anything? The railway systems pay up because it isn't worth the negative publicity of it going to court. Apparently the NS's official apology issued in 2005 isn't good enough, only cash is.
Whatever pain or wound that has been felt for 75 years is unlikely to be closed now by a brown envelope with a cheque in it.