More4 Today Monday 9 January 2023

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What’s On More4 Today Monday 9 January 2023

A full run down of everything airing on More4 today.

Kirstie’s Vintage Gems


Personalised wedding invitations

Kirstie Allsopp enlists the help of paper-cutting expert Poppy Chancellor to make personalised wedding invitations for a couple about to tie the knot. Plus, the inventive presenter creates a craft collage to celebrate the arrival of a newborn baby

A Place in the Sun

A North Lanarkshire couple seek a home in Florida

Ben Hillman shows retired North Lanarkshire couple Bill and Maureen Hughes five properties in and around the town of Fort Myers, Florida, within their budget of £320,000. The pair hope to create a whole new chapter of family memories – and escape the ravages of the Scottish winter

A New Life in the Sun


A family of four hope to turn their passion for cycling into profit

Find It, Fix It, Flog It


Items include an old cheese press and a 1980s motorbike

Find It, Fix It, Flog It


Henry Cole and Max McMurdo restore and upcycle 2CV headlamps

Heir Hunters


The unclaimed estate of a woman from Southsea

The race is on to find heirs to the £100,000 estate of a woman from Southsea, and the search uncovers the romantic story of a husband and wife who met while serving in the Navy. Plus, an heir seeks to learn more about her aunts and uncles and makes a poignant discovery about her mother’s twin brother. The programme also provides details of other unclaimed estates

Heir Hunters


An unclaimed estate causes problems for the probate detectives

The probate detectives search for the relatives of a popular Manchester man who has left behind a £20,000 estate, but have their work cut out when they discover part of his family emigrated to the other side of the world. Plus, a newly advertised unclaimed property causes problems for the team

Four in a Bed


The contest begins at Abbey House in Penrith, Cumbria

Another selection of B&B owners take it in turns as hosts to decide which of their establishments provides the best value for money. The contest begins at Ian and Sam Sugden’s Abbey House in Penrith, Cumbria, where the guests are impressed with the cleanliness of the rooms. However, there is some grumbling over breakfast about the bacon

Four in a Bed


The owners stay at Compton House in Newark

The owners stay at Compton House in Newark, Nottinghamshire, which is run by Lisa Holloway – who prides herself on providing a home away from home for her visitors. However, some of the guests have issues with dust and the haddock served at breakfast – and challenge whether a night’s stay is worth the price tag

Four in a Bed


The White Horse in Ripon, North Yorkshire

Dave and Jo Bate welcome their guests to the White Horse, a pub and B&B in Ripon, North Yorkshire, where they hope an afternoon of morris dancing in front of the cathedral will make a lasting impression. Unfortunately, Ed and Jane Mitchell get locked inside their room by mistake, and there are arguments over tomatoes at breakfast

Four in a Bed


The Old Farmhouse in Cheshire

Retired teachers Ed and Jane Mitchell welcome the contestants to the Old Farmhouse, Cheshire, but everyone is shocked to discover they will have to share a bathroom. Meanwhile, Sam and Ian Sugden find an unwelcome surprise underneath their bed

Four in a Bed


Payment day arrives

Payment day arrives, as the guests gather to find out who has won and to thrash out their differences – from some fishy findings to a reminder of why sorry can be the hardest word. Later on, a heated exchange about cleaning ends in tears

Kirstie and Phil’s Love It or List It


Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer meet Lucy and Lynton in West Sussex

Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer meet Lucy and Lynton in East Grinstead, West Sussex, who are unsure whether to sell their home or renovate instead. Lucy is set on staying where they are as it’s the first place she has owned, but Lynton finds the house claustrophobic, and longs to find a new home they could fall in love with

Escape to the Chateau


Dick Strawbridge and Angel Adoree make plans to host weddings on the grounds

Dick Strawbridge and Angel Adoree make plans to host weddings in the grounds of their property, while looking ahead to keeping livestock and growing their own crops. Dick takes steps to generate solar power during a hot summer, and turns an old oil tank into a pig roaster

Grand Designs


A family home inspired by a giant farm shed

Commercial architect Martin Walker and his art-director wife Kae want to build the ultimate family home near York, inspired by a giant farm shed. However, her idea for a warm and cosy design conflicts dramatically with his penchant for building large square warehouses, and finding something they both agree on proves extremely challenging on their tight budget. Kevin McCloud follows the couple’s progress

George Clarke’s Remarkable Renovations


A pig farmer restores a Grade II listed slaughterhouse and butcher’s shop in Suffolk

Architect George Clarke follows people as they breathe new life into old commercial properties. He begins in the Suffolk town of Framlingham, where pig farmer Paul and his wife Imogen have snapped up a collection of run-down and abandoned buildings, including a pub, butcher’s shop, bakery and a slaughterhouse, with ambitious plans to restore the Grade II listed site and add a modern glass exterior


People who engage in group sex or swap sexual partners

Documentary about the scene in which people engage in group sex or swap sexual partners, going behind the scenes at one of Britain’s most popular swingers’ clubs to find out what kinds of people attend and why

Shocking Emergency Calls


The harrowing events of one of the deadliest shootings in US history

8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown


Jon Richardson and David Mitchell take on Joe Wilkinson and Roisin Conaty

Jimmy Carr hosts the comedy words-and-numbers quiz, as Jon Richardson and David Mitchell take on guest captain Joe Wilkinson and Roisin Conaty. Tom Allen joins Countdown’s resident lexicographer Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner and Rachel Riley looks after the numbers and letters

24 Hours in A&E


A man who has already had one arm amputated cuts his hand in a blender

A man who has already had one arm amputated at 13 after a factory accident cuts his hand in a blender while cooking for his family. He relates the story of how he came to the UK and never let the loss of his arm hold him back. Other patients include a woman with cerebral palsy and learning difficulties who has suffered a suspected stroke

Food Unwrapped Investigates


The world of diet supplements

Kate Quilton exposes the murky world of `miracle” diet supplements and looks at how social media is being used to sell them to teenagers desperate to lose weight. She uncovers the truth behind the science and takes on the big internet corporations making large profits, and meets the mother of a young woman whose death may have been linked to extreme dieting



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