5SELECT Today Monday 9 January 2023

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What’s On 5Select Today Monday 9 January 2023

A full run down of everything airing on 5Select today.

06:00
Teleshopping

Home shopping

08:00
Shop Dormeo

08:30
Teleshopping

09:00
GPs: Behind Closed Doors

S04E25

Dr Tailor attends to a patient suffering from an extremely rare genetic disorder

Dr Tailor must call upon all of his medical training when he meets a patient suffering from an extremely rare genetic disorder, and a young mother comes to the surgery after developing a large abscess which has the chance of becoming infected. The staff rally round when receptionist Glenda Purdie is diagnosed with cancer, and reception manager Alison agrees to have her head shorn for charity

10:00
The Yorkshire Vet

S11E05

The vets treat some of North Yorkshire’s more exotic residents

The vets treat some of North Yorkshire’s more exotic residents, including Amadeus the alpaca, whose owner Christina found him with a stick in his eye. Julian Norton knows he probably would not survive an operation to remove the eye, and the kindest thing might be to put him to sleep, but he is hoping to find another solution. Peter Wright greets a familiar face from Down Under when a baby wallaby comes to the practice a little down in the dumps

11:00
The Yorkshire Vet

S11E06

A ewe undergoes a difficult birth in the middle of a field in the rain

Julian has to help a ewe through a difficult birth in the middle of a field in the rain, while Peter performs an emergency C-section on a heavily pregnant shih tzu. A male goat presents a serious problem for its owners when it impregnates all the females in the pen, a cat undergoes emergency eye surgery, and a calf is in urgent need of its mother’s milk

12:00
The Highland Vet

S01E06

David is called out to a farm where a cow is in labour

13:00
GPs: Behind Closed Doors

S04E26

A pregnant woman suffering from abdominal pain visits the surgery

A pregnant woman suffering from abdominal pain visits the surgery, and worries that her unborn baby has also stopped moving in the last 24 hours. Meanwhile, an epileptic patient is left physically and mentally exhausted after suffering from frequent seizures, and a new mother’s check-up suggests she may be suffering from post-natal depression

14:00
GPs: Behind Closed Doors

S04E27

The doctors treat a series of patients with broken bones and open wounds

The doctors treat a series of patients with broken bones and open wounds, including a man involved in a motorcycle accident just three days earlier, and a woman with an abscess on her upper leg and groin. The doctors also deal with Gary, who underwent facial surgery to remove a cancerous tumour from his jaw

15:00
The Yorkshire Vet

S11E07

Julian has to deliver the biggest calf he has ever encountered

Julian has to deliver the biggest calf he has ever encountered, while Peter has to perform testicular surgery on a show dog that may bring a premature end to his performance career. A Clydesdale horse that recently needed foot surgery now also needs dental treatment – and the specialist equipment Candela uses for treating teeth is too small for the massive animal

16:00
The Yorkshire Vet

S11E08

Roger and Rob brave a reindeer’s antlers to examine a lump on its eye

Roger and Rob brave a reindeer’s fearsome antlers to examine a painful-looking lump on its eye. Julian arrives at an alpaca farm just in time to witness the birth of one baby and treat another that was born with deformed legs and is struggling to walk. A couple struggle to afford a hip replacement surgery for their puppy, but Julian might have a more affordable solution, and the Greens’ newborn calf is not looking healthy

17:00
The Highland Vet

S02E01

A three-week-old Aberdeen Angus calf arrives in the large animal wing of the practice

When a three-week-old Aberdeen Angus calf arrives in the large animal wing of the practice, Caithness-born vet Shondie faces something she hasn’t encountered in over a decade of veterinary training and practice – the calf has been aggressively licked by his mum, causing serious open wounds that require surgery. Away from the practice, 10-month-old Gandalf, a rare breed Zwartbles sheep, is losing weight at an alarming rate, so vet David is called out to investigate

18:00
Walking Britain’s Lost Railways

S02E06

Rob Bell explores the Waverley Route, in the Scottish Borders

Rob Bell explores the Waverley Route, which ran south from Edinburgh for 100 miles through the Scottish Borders to Carlisle, connecting with what is now known as the West Coast Main Line. After years of campaigning, the first stage of Rob’s journey is aboard the new Borders Railway, the longest railway to open in over a century. It follows part of the old Waverley Route, making fine use of the 170-year-old, 23-arch Newbattle Viaduct. Rob also pays a visit to one of Hawick’s surviving cashmere factories and discovers a First World War prisoner of war camp served by the railway

19:00
The Yorkshire Vet

S15E02

Julian Norton meets a champion ferret that has an infected foot

Peter Wright rushes to help a pregnant cow that is expecting twins, which is uncommon, and farmer Will is worried that neither calf will survive. Julian Norton meets a champion ferret that has an infected foot, while Shona heads to see an old horse that is suffering with sore eyes

20:00
Atlantic: A Year in the Wild

S01E01

The trials and tribulations of creatures as they endure the ocean’s winter

Stretching from the Antarctic in the south to the Arctic in the north, the Atlantic Ocean is vast, wild and unforgiving and each season brings new challenges for its indigenous creatures. Atlantic winters bring bitter storms, suffering and conflict. Animals that spend the frozen months here must be ready to face its fierce onslaught as short days make it difficult to find enough food in time. However, while most are battling to survive, some are just starting to raise a family

21:00
A Farm Through Time

S01E02

Ruth Goodman introduces Rob and Dave Nicholson to Victorian farm machinery

At Chiltern Open Air Museum, Ruth Goodman introduces Rob and Dave Nicholson to innovative, labour-saving Victorian farm machinery – the reaper binder and the controversial threshing machine. The brothers also meet blacksmith Mark Harding, and make a traditional shepherd’s crook that they put to good use at Cannon Hall Farm

22:00
Forged in Fire

S04E19

The finalists must create an elite military weapon known as the Yatagan

23:00
Forged in Fire

S07E28

Two smiths try to fashion a Chinese Zhanmadao

23:55
Inside the Steam Train Museum

S01E01

Documentary following life at Bressingham Steam Museum in Norfolk

Documentary following the endearing characters who banded together to keep Bressingham Steam Museum in Norfolk – which is run as a charity – going. In the first edition, new volunteer Phil learns how to drive a steam engine, despite doubting his abilities. Brian the museum’s carpenter repairs a golden cockerel for the Victorian gallopers, but struggles when it comes to fitting it

00:55
Walking Britain’s Roman Roads

S01E01

Dan Jones explores Britain’s Roman roads

Dan Jones explores Britain’s Roman roads, beginning with the country’s oldest and longest, which runs from the Kent coast to Shropshire and passes through key sites of Emperor Claudius’ invasion and Boudicca’s rebellion

01:55
Lighthouses: Building the Impossible

S02E01

Rob Bell uncovers the secrets of rock lighthouses

Rob Bell uncovers the secrets of one of Britain’s most heroic feats of engineering – the rock lighthouse. In this first edition, he heads to Wolf Rock, eight miles off the Cornish coast, and sees for himself why it was such a Herculean struggle to build a stone tower here 160 years ago, with the rock fully exposed to the awesome power of the North Atlantic

03:00
Walking Britain’s Lost Railways

S02E03

Rob Bell travels to Bangor in north Wales, and explores a lost line that was built in 1801

Rob Bell travels to Bangor in north Wales, where he explores a lost line that was built in 1801 to transport Welsh slate from the local quarry, which once was the largest in the world, and now provides the backdrop for the world’s fastest zip line. He also follows the Victorian railway inland to Llanberis, where tourists still flock to ride a special train to the summit of Snowdon, and discovers why the heirs to the throne have been styled ‘Prince of Wales’ for seven centuries

03:45
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