The picture above shows half of the kitchen. We like the waist-height ovens (the one on the right is a microwave), the easy-to-reach spice shelf and the handy pull drawers, as well as the semi-open pantry shelves to the right of the microwave. We also like how the rough brick wall and the modern contemporary cabinets complement each other. The stovetop is located on a large island in the foreground which seems to have plenty of prep space. We imagine that if this were a real home, the kitchen would be a part of an open plan and that this island would bridge the kitchen and living area.
Minor quibbles: We haven't seen it used yet, be we assume the stainless steel panel on the left is a dishwasher, which we normally like located next to the place where the dishes are stored. Also, we usually like a countertop next to our fridge for easy loading and unloading.
Previously, Jamie Oliver had a very contemporary, all-white cabinet look for the Ministry of Food series (top photo below) and a much more hodge-podge/vintage look for his Jamie at Home show (following two photos.) It seems this new kitchen strikes a nice balance somewhere between these two.
For additional footage of this kitchen (and series teasers for those of us not in the UK), check out some of the 30-Minute Meals promo videos on YouTube. This general introduction to the series shows a lot of the kitchen. You can also watch Jamie expound on fresh herbs, knife skills, serveware, essential equipment, microwaves and reclaiming your kitchen (which has a great tour of the kitchen space.) There's also a fun behind the scenes glimpse into what it takes to put a cooking show. They filmed 4 shows per day, for a total of 40 episodes!