More4 Today Tuesday 17 January 2023

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What’s On More4 Today Tuesday 17 January 2023

A full run down of everything airing on More4 today.

08:55
Kirstie’s House of Craft

S01E03

With comedians Rufus Hound and Jenny Eclair

09:15
A Place in the Sun

Two best friends look for a holiday home in Costa Rica

Best friends Alison Wright and Sheila Sagar want to go halves on a holiday home in Costa Rica to escape the British winters. Danni Menzies shows them five properties for their £300,000 budget

10:05
A New Life in the Sun

S02E12

A London hairdresser takes on her first member of staff

11:05
Find It, Fix It, Flog It

S02E04

Henry Cole rescues a safe from the scrapheap

12:05
Find It, Fix It, Flog It

S02E10

Max McMurdo upcycles a brass propeller into a table lamp

Henry Cole and Max McMurdo travel the length of Britain seeking items to fix up, flog on and sell for profit. Max upcycles a brass propeller into a stylish table lamp, while Henry goes all Victorian with an old pond yacht

13:10
Heir Hunters

S09E02

A company takes on the case of an ex-mayor of Wokingham

A company takes on the case of an ex-mayor of Wokingham, and uncovers his devotion to the local community. Plus, the story of a Jewish child’s evacuation from Nazi Germany, and details of unclaimed estates where heirs are still to be found

14:10
Heir Hunters

S09E03

The researchers try to establish the value of a man’s estate

The probate researchers try to establish the value of a Lincolnshire railway man’s estate by visiting his last known address, and uncover the story of his military service in Aden, Yemen. Meanwhile, another case is complicated by a family’s numerous name changes. Plus, details of more unclaimed estates are divulged

15:10
Four in a Bed

S2015E21

The first visit of the week is to Tower View Hotel in Blackpool

The first visit of the week is to Tower View Hotel, in Blackpool, where owner Jennifer McGirr is joined by friend Diana Carnegie. Daniel Walker and George Gillespie find some unwanted guests in the bathroom and trouble arises at breakfast when some of the guests try ordering off-menu

15:40
Four in a Bed

S2015E22

The owners visit Church Spa in East Markham, Nottinghamshire

The owners visit Church Spa in East Markham in Nottinghamshire on their second evening, where proprietor Daniel Walker and family friend George Gillespie hope to wow their guests with their relaxing facilities. Steve and Lisa Tindall seem impressed, but Jennifer and Diana Carnegie question the high price tag

16:15
Four in a Bed

S2015E23

From the King’s Head Inn in Rye, East Sussex

The third hosts of the week are Steve and Lisa Tindall, who own the King’s Head Inn in Rye, East Sussex, where they hope their guests will fall for their boutique B&B. They get into the swing of things with a round of blindfolded mini-golf, but not everyone gets a solid night’s sleep afterwards

16:50
Four in a Bed

S2015E24

Former TV presenter Matt Arnold hosts at the Bridge Hotel Brandon in Suffolk

Former breakfast TV presenter Matt Arnold welcomes the contestants to The Bridge Hotel Brandon in Suffolk, and hopes that his mantra of `beautiful beds, blissful bathrooms and brilliant breakfasts” shines through. The group takes part in a rowing competition in the afternoon, but delays at breakfast and a runny egg cause irritation

17:20
Four in a Bed

S2015E25

The hosts meet for the final time

17:55
Kirstie and Phil’s Love It or List It

S06E07

Phil Spencer returns to Brixworth in Northamptonshire to catch up with Sarah and Ian

Phil Spencer returns to Brixworth in Northamptonshire to catch up with Sarah and Ian who appeared on the show back in 2015. Back then, they had just one toddler and two dogs and their two-bed semi was bursting at the seams. Ian wanted to move on, but Sarah was determined to stay, convinced their home had the potential to cater for a growing family. Now, Phil returns to find out what happened next

18:55
Escape to the Chateau

S04E01

Dick and Angel have their hands full as they prepare to host seven weddings

As summer arrives, Dick Strawbridge and Angel Adoree are busier than ever with seven weddings and 14 food lovers’ weekends to prepare for. As if that wasn’t enough to keep them busy, they must also sort out the garden, work on a stables conversion and embark on a surprising floating adventure

19:55
Grand Designs

S15E06

Converting a cowshed into a three-bedroom home

Kevin McCloud follows the progress of private chef Ed Versluys and pilates instructor Vicky Anderson, who want to convert a concrete cowshed in the Somerset countryside into a three-bedroom home. With the help of one young builder and the knowledge they can learn from the internet, the couple plan to project manage the conversion themselves. However, they have only eight months and a budget of just over £200,000 to make a warm and comfortable home with straw bale walls and wide expanses of glass

21:00
Grand Designs

S22E06

Kevin McCloud meets retired racehorse breeder John and his wife Helen

Kevin McCloud meets retired racehorse breeder John and his wife Helen in Dunstable. The couple met at Newbury races in 2005 and wed two years later, living together in a 17th-century farmhouse until illness struck in 2018. Helen had a catastrophic stroke, severely affecting her mobility and leaving her with aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate. Constrained by the steep stairs, narrow doorways and changes in level of their current home, John resolved to make a big change in their lives with the purchase of a nearby two-acre plot. Following the demolition of an old, dilapidated house on site, a new high-tech accessible pavilion, complete with wildlife garden, will be built in its place for £1.3million

23:05
Dogging Tales

Documentary exploring the sexual activity

True Stories documentary by photographer Leo Maguire, providing an insight into why men and women engage in or watch sexual activity in front of strangers in public areas after dark. Accompanying his participants to lay-bys, woods and picnic spots around the UK, they discuss their attraction to dogging and reveal how they were introduced to it

00:20
Grand Designs

S22E06

Kevin McCloud meets retired racehorse breeder John and his wife Helen

Kevin McCloud meets retired racehorse breeder John and his wife Helen in Dunstable. The couple met at Newbury races in 2005 and wed two years later, living together in a 17th-century farmhouse until illness struck in 2018. Helen had a catastrophic stroke, severely affecting her mobility and leaving her with aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate. Constrained by the steep stairs, narrow doorways and changes in level of their current home, John resolved to make a big change in their lives with the purchase of a nearby two-acre plot. Following the demolition of an old, dilapidated house on site, a new high-tech accessible pavilion, complete with wildlife garden, will be built in its place for £1.3million

01:25
8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown

S14E03

Jon Richardson and Jason Manford take on Alan Carr and Katherine Ryan

Jimmy Carr hosts the comedy words-and-numbers quiz, with captain Jon Richardson and Jason Manford take on guest captain Alan Carr and Katherine Ryan. Inept hospital radio DJ Ivan Brackenbury – aka Tom Binns – joins Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner, while Rachel Riley looks after the numbers and letters

02:30
24 Hours in A&E

S02E01

Two cyclists are treated for serious head injuries

The latest batch of patients to be treated in the A&E department of London’s King’s College Hospital includes two with serious head injuries, including a cyclist from Brighton who has been airlifted to the building. Also brought in by helicopter is a father-of-four who fell from scaffolding as he repaired a roof, while other cases include former docker Bill, who has hurt his knee while drinking at his local working men’s club

03:30
Food Unwrapped

S12E01

Kate Quilton puts a boast made by the makers of Marmite to the test

Jimmy Doherty finds out that shellfish consumed by millions have been feeding on plastic discarded in the sea, with shocking global implications. Kate Quilton finds out whether the makers of Marmite can really predict whether people will love or hate their distinctive yeast-based spread, as claimed in their latest TV advert, and Tebbutt aims to solve the age-old mystery of how to smoothly extract ketchup from a bottle – by running across a pond of custard

03:55
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