Yeah, none of those are suited in the same way.
Suited to what exactly?
It is widely acknowledged that this crisis is a chance for the BBC to step up to the plate and prove its worth to the nation as a PSB. A huge "get the nation cooking on a budget" campaign would be a brilliant opportunity to do this, but it would need someone with a wider appeal.
And this show will be going head to head with This Morning, which has proved itself to be public service broadcasting personified over the last few weeks.
Like I said, I'm amazed the BBC haven't signed Jack up before, but for this slot? It's a misfire.