TV Guide Channel 4 Today Monday 6 February 2023

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What’s On Channel 4 Today Monday 6 February 2023

A full run down of everything airing on Channel 4 today.


Justin Moorhouse is in Dictionary Corner

3rd Rock from the Sun


Sally tracks down Don’s former girlfriends

Dick has trouble coming to terms with Mary’s recent promotion. A jealous Sally sets out to track down Don’s former girlfriends, while Harry and Tommy open a lemonade stand – much to the dismay of Mrs Dubcek

3rd Rock from the Sun


The Solomons become toy collectors

The Solomons become compulsive collectors of new toys called Fuzzy Buddies, and Tommy proudly accepts the post of mascot to the school basketball team. Comedy, starring John Lithgow

The King of Queens


Doug goes clay pigeon shooting with Tim

Doug goes clay pigeon shooting with Tim, Carrie asks Richie to cheer up a depressed Dorothy, and Arthur develops a nasty rash. With Bryan Cranston (Malcolm in the Middle, Breaking Bad)

The King of Queens


Carrie and Doug begin to miss spending time alone together

Carrie and Doug begin to realise how much they miss spending time alone together, and try to get Arthur out of the house as much as possible – by sending him off to work at cousin Danny’s pizza restaurant

The King of Queens


Arthur’s eccentricities annoy Doug

Doug begins to lose patience with his father-in-law’s eccentricities, and tells him to move out. Arthur soon finds an apartment of his own and everything seems to be looking up – until he has to pay the rent. Comedy, starring Kevin James



First-ever episode of the comedy, starring Kelsey Grammer

The psychiatrist abandons his bar-propping in Boston in favour of presenting a radio show in Seattle. However, his new life is thrown into upheaval when his father moves in with him – followed by apparently psychic care assistant Daphne. First-ever episode of the comedy, starring Kelsey Grammer



The shrink resents his lack of privacy



The Crane boys dine with Martin

Niles and Frasier agree to eat at Martin’s favourite restaurant, but are not prepared for its laid-back atmosphere. Comedy, starring Kelsey Grammer, David Hyde Pierce and John Mahoney

Undercover Boss USA


Three former participants send employees in to report on their firms

Former participants Amit Kleinberger, Randy DeWitt and Steve Greenbaum want to take another look at the everyday workings of their businesses, but fear they will be recognised. They each send an employee in their place to report on how their firms are functioning

Channel 4 News Summary

Includes headlines and weather

Sarah Beeny’s New Life in the Country


Following Sarah Beeny and her family as they relocate from London to Somerset

Following Sarah Beeny and her family as they relocate from London to Somerset, renovating a semi-derelict former dairy farm into their dream family home. In this first episode, the family start to adapt to their new life, and draw up plans for their ambitious modern stately home. Later, the whole family help out with lambing season

Steph’s Packed Lunch

Weekday magazine show, hosted by Steph McGovern

Steph McGovern presents the weekday magazine, including celebrity guests, food ideas, real-life features and entertainment, lifestyle and consumer stories. Plus, a sideways look at the news in One O’Clock Views


Jo Brand is in Dictionary Corner

A Place in the Sun

Penny from Staffordshire searches for a new home where she can run her business in Malaga

A New Life in the Sun


In Spain, a Lincolnshire family take a punt on a hotel

Four in a Bed


The first visit of the week is to Derwent House Apartments in Scarborough, North Yorkshire

Come Dine with Me

The first in a week of dinner parties from in and around Bristol

The Simpsons


With the voice of Barry White

Lisa tries to persuade her family not to take part in the town’s annual snake-clubbing ritual, but her words fall on deaf ears as Homer anticipates the event with glee. With the guest voice of Barry White


Drama following a group of young people in Chester

Drama following the lives and loves of a group of teenagers and young adults in Chester

Channel 4 News

Including sport and weather

George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces


A mum transforms an old horse-drawn caravan into an accessible space for her disabled daughter

George meets a mum who has taken on the challenge of turning an old horse-drawn caravan into an extending, accessible space for her daughter who is disabled. Elsewhere, George steps back in time to visit a walkers’ lodge that has been built as an exact replica of an original Iron Age encampment

SAS: Who Dares Wins – Jungle Hell


The group is confronted with a 200-foot abseil into a dark bat-infested cave

The group members are tasked with an energy-sapping uphill hike, before being confronted with a 200ft abseil into a dark bat-infested cave. Later in a bustling civilian market, the recruits must track down an armed gunman on the loose among innocent civilians. Will they be able to locate the target and take them down?

Everyone Else Burns


Fiona begins to harbour fantasies about Andrew

Fiona begins to harbour fantasies about Andrew, and her boredom with her marriage only gets worse when David reveals shows her a box containing his deepest, darkest secrets. At school, Aaron is encouraged to stop drawing non-believers being tortured in Hell, but David finds the new direction of his artwork challenging. Rachel turns to her parents for reassurance over her feelings for Joshua – but wishes she hadn’t bothered



The critics share their opinions on Frozen Planet II

The armchair critics share their opinions on Frozen Planet II, Ninja Warrior UK: Race For Glory, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, Married at First Sight UK, the BBC news special announcing the Queen’s death, the King’s address to the nation and ITV News reporting Princes William and Harry on walkabout

The Bulger Killers: Was Justice Done?

Key individuals in the trial of Robert Thompson and Jon Venables debate the verdict

The abduction and murder of two-year-old James Bulger in February 1993 by 10-year-olds Robert Thompson and Jon Venables is a crime that continues to have an impact on British life. In this documentary, key individuals involved in the trial are brought together for the first time in 25 years to debate whether justice was truly served, with the programme including excerpts from police interview tapes, footage from the time and interviews to examine the press, public and political influence on the prosecution of the case

The Caribbean: Billionaires’ Paradise


Social media influencer and bar owner Jordan signs with a global drink brand

Businesswomen Kim and Nicole team up to open a designer boutique in Barbados’ luxury shopping mall, Limegrove, and social media influencer and bar owner Jordan signs with a global drink brand. Celebrations are in order as property developers and interior designers Max and Suzanne Mulligan complete renovations at a mansion in Royal Westmorland Estate

Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA


Gordon Ramsay revisits four restaurants he earlier tried to save

Gordon Ramsay revisits four restaurants he earlier tried to save, finding out whether they stayed on the road to recovery or fell by the wayside. First he visits the Spanish Pavillion in New Jersey, then heads to California to see the owners of Kingston Cafe, French-themed La Frite, and Capri

Couples Come Dine with Me


Three east Lancashire couples compete for the £1,000 prize

In east Lancashire, newly engaged Andrew and Sue offer a menu of classic tried and tested dishes. Joining them are laid back Ben and Ruth, and drama lovers Helen and Victoria. Day two sees Ben and prankster Ruth host. Although their breakfast theme intrigues their guests, will it be dinner party standard? Finally, it’s the turn of drama teacher Helen, and saleswoman by day, singer by night, Victoria, to show the competition how it’s really done

Grand Designs


A revisit to a timber home threatened by financial problems

Kevin McCloud revisits Robert and Milla Gaukroger who, when he last saw them, were in danger of their bank foreclosing on their unfinished timber house with views of Lake Windermere. They had begun construction with only a quarter of the £400,000 budget needed, and the physical effort of turning the 1980s property into an eco-home that mirrored the surrounding mountains had begun to put Robert’s health at risk


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