Dr. Who is a standard bearer of the BBC. Sherlock Holmes, The Young Ones, Monty Python, the I.T. Crown, Black Books (!), Benny Hill and some others.
You don't know anything about the BBC. That list could have been written five years ago, the only thing still on air is Doctor Who. You have no idea of what is being shown right now. Benny Hill hasn't been shown since the 80s, we've moved on even you can't.
You only found out about Black Books the other day, and now it's made your top 7. There's plenty of other great programmes you're completely unaware of, you only know of the handful your broadcasters let you watch. You even think Benny Hill and the IT Crowd are BBC productions. That's how little you know.
I don't claim to have some insider track on what's on the BBC. Anymore than I would expect you to know what's on CBS tonight. I don't watch BBC as I don't pay for cable TV. Yet, I have an antennae that goes up into the sky and then through the magic of TV I get clean, crisp, digital TV for free. Yeah, I get commercials, but you know what? Don't really care. Commercials are part of what makes America the leader of the free
The shows I listed are shows I've watched on BBC America and MTV and Netflix recently (Thank you again for the Black Books suggestion.). I don't care who produced them. Is that a thing over there?
I looked, but I could not find a comparative list of TV from around the world. Every list I found was an either/or list pandering to the audience.
Now, I'm not saying BBC TV is bad, it's not. There are some really great shows on. But, in minor league baseball, there are also some really great players. But when compared to the big leagues, they just don't hold up.