And the presenter, so three people in the confined space of an average British living room. I don't get it?
The cameraman can lock off the shot and go and have a cuppa in the kitchen?
I understand the concerns - I know folk who are doing their best to still make programming but at a safe distance from colleagues or working from home as best as possible.
Hang on though, households are not supposed to host visitors ?
Yes - though that advice is primarily to avoid socialising - where a 2m exclusion rule won't be enforced rigidly, you may share crockery and glassware and food etc. and may relax your safety. (A lot of people have a sense that 'home is safe' at the moment)
It is possible to risk assess and mitigate the risk of a minimal crew filming in a single, isolated room in your house, at a safe distance and with the correct hygiene protocols in place.
HOWEVER - the audience perception of doing that may not be a good idea, even if the risk is minimal.
Chances are that The Steph Show will be deemed a public service programme on a public service broadcaster, and there will be support for it being broadcast.