Just another example of the growing trend of freak show television.
Have we really not progressed any further than the Victorian voyeuristic travelling carnivals/circuses?
Apart from my dislike of showing slightly out of the ordinary humans and animals in this way, there is now idea in most "documentary" programmes nowadays that the audience is incapable of retaining any imparted information for more than a couple of minutes so there is a synopsis at every ad break of the previous sections of the broadcast.
No - keep it as far as I'm concerned. I find I'm watching less and less television. My normal evening viewing is (sometimes) the Simpson's at 6 pm then Channel 4 news at 7 (skipping Hollyoaks) and that's usually it. Saturday I will watch Harry Hill's TV Burp to check up on what rubbish I've missed.