I agree with Zoe. When I hear "diabetic recipe" or "diabetic cooking" I usually am very skeptical because usually the author means "some ADA dietician's idea of what a diabetic should eat" which is not at all what I eat.
What I would LOVE to see would be a program that had very-low-carb and very-low-glycemic recipes that are creative, tasty and made from real food, not packaged and processed junk.
Examples would be a bar-b-que sauce made without added sugar, or sugary ketchup, or artificial sweeteners; or a chopped salad or salsa made with a variety of interesting and tasty veggies (e.g. tomatillio, red onion, cilantro, etc.) and dressed with lime and olive oil; or low-carb ways to "dress up" Greek yogurt, such as grated cucumber, minced garlic, a pinch of sea salt and minced mint -- or two tablespoons of added cream, a sprinkle of nutmeg and toasted, chopped walnuts.
I avoid most cooking shows like the plague because I find that they only stimulate my appetite for things I won't eat (like pasta, breads or desserts) and what's the point of putting myself through that?
Come up with a show that has recipes that are appropriate for people on less than 100 grams of carbs per day (I'm on 50 or less grams per day) and you'd also be popular with all the non-diabetics who are also low-carbing (all the Atkins, Paleo, low-glycemic, etc.)