Yes I watched that programme presented by Dr. Francesca Stavrakopoulou, and I agree with her that the goddess Asherah is mentioned not a few times in the Old Testament.
It was a slight variation of another Hebrew word which is translated Hosts.
Hence LORD of Hosts, with the Hebrew equivalent of the letters JHWH translated into English as LORD, but we also use these letters to spell Yahweh or Jehovah.
But there are one or two things that bother me: If Asherah was Yahweh's wife, then why was Yahweh himself so forbidding in the Israelites worshipping her? I would have thought by worshipping her would have given honour, not disgrace, to her husband, just as Jesus Christ himself declared that who ever honours him honours the Father also.
Secondly, the Bible says God is eternal, from everlasting to everlasting. If so, then was Asherah eternal too? If not, then we must assume that God (Yahweh) must have initially created her himself for the specific purpose to marry her. Why would he need to do that?
Then we need to see all of this from a Christian perspective. God is seen as existing eternally as three Persons in one Godhead: Father Son and Holy Spirit. Did God the Father have sex with Asherah and had a Son between them? If so, then when on Earth, Jesus wasn't quite telling the truth when he publicly declared, "Before Abraham was, I am". That statement speaks of eternal existence. Not to mention the third Person, the Holy Spirit. Where does he fit into the picture?
The title LORD of hosts
appear often in the OT. Scholars agree that the "hosts" here refers to the multitude of angels serving him in heaven.http://sauna-nut.blogspot.com
That link leads to my blogging page, which discuss what is really going on behind Dr. Stravakopoulou's presentations.