I agree with Edd! I think the problem with lots of TV programmes these days is that the people who produce/organise them aren't in any way personally involved with the subject they deal with. This is bound to result in the sort of arty-farty shots which we see in lots of programmes, where what we really want to see are clear and steady close-up shots of what the presenter is actually doing. It's so easy to blame whoever "fronts" these programmes - they probably have no real "say" in what is eventually transmitted.
A few years ago I was present when one of those "property programmes" was being made, and it was interesting to see what finally ended up on my TV screen! At least one of the shots was repeated four times........... I'm sure the car involved didn't actually go down that particular bit of lane as often as that!