"The BBC do not produce anything worth watching anyway, every time I see a BBC channel"
You also say "Although, in the 5 years or so I've not paid for a TV license" so are we to take it you're watching someone else's TV?
"it's deadenders, antiques shows, house buying/selling"
Such programmes have audiences sufficiently large that it's worth making those programmes. Indeed, if you're watching someone else's TV in order to see these then it would appear that your hosts are amongst that audience. Maybe that audience wouldn't want to watch the programmes you'd prefer.
" or biased news."
I take it that this means news that doesn't reflect your own biases. As a general principle I'd expect that the more effective a news organisation is at avoiding bias the more likely it is that people will consider it biassed, an artefact resulting from their own biasses.
"There used to be a show called Top Gear that was fairly good, but even that's been messed up now."
Now there you have a point.