TV Guide Channel 4 Today Friday 27 January 2023

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What’s On Channel 4 Today Friday 27 January 2023

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


Stephen K Amos is in Dictionary Corner

3rd Rock from the Sun


Dick starts dating again

Dick decides to start dating again and tempts fate by seeking advice from Sally and Don. Elsewhere, Harry and Tommy find a wallet containing $200. Comedy, starring John Lithgow, Jane Curtin, Kristen Johnston and French Stewart

3rd Rock from the Sun


Part one of two. Guest starring Cindy Crawford

Part one of two. The men are captivated by a beautiful woman, but Sally realises she is actually an alien from Venus – and uncovers a nefarious plan to take over the world. Guest starring Cindy Crawford, with Kristen Johnston and Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Everybody Loves Raymond


Debra writes a stern letter to Marie

Everybody Loves Raymond


Debra and Ray’s privacy is invaded

Everybody Loves Raymond


Ray joins an American Civil War re-enactment society



Martin accuses Frasier of eavesdropping

Martin angrily accuses Frasier of eavesdropping on Ronee’s private conversations, while prospective parents Niles and Daphne try to secure the services of Seattle’s finest nursery artist. Comedy, starring Kelsey Grammer and John Mahoney



Part one of two. Niles’s former wife Maris asks for his help

Part one of two. Niles is shocked when his former wife Maris asks for his help, deciding it is best to keep it a secret from the heavily pregnant and overemotional Daphne. Frasier goes back to private practice, but finds that treating patients face to face is a real test. Guest starring Dan Castellaneta (The Simpsons) and Sarah Silverman



Part two of two. Niles is suspected of being an accomplice to murder

Part two of two. Niles is suspected of being an accomplice to murder when his former wife Maris uses his crossbow to kill her husband – and Frasier does not help matters by accidentally suggesting his brother should receive the death penalty

Undercover Boss USA


The president of a drive-through coffee shop chain takes part

Travis Boersma, co-founder and president of one of the largest privately owned drive-through coffee shop chains in America, goes undercover to learn whether the culture he and his brother hoped to implement is being upheld by the company’s front-line employees

Channel 4 News Summary

Includes headlines and weather

Come Dine with Me: The Professionals


Restaurateurs compete in and around Glasgow

Restaurateurs compete in and around Glasgow. First up is music venue-cum-restaurant Bloc, where head chef Andy and front of house Pixie serve up a feast of street food. Day two sees husband-and-wife team Luca and Magda of Italian restaurant Amore d’Italia pulling out all the stops, serving a Sicilian menu with a Scottish twist. Finally, confident duo Teddy and Michael of sushi and noodle soup chain Maki set out to impress

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


Stephen K Amos is in Dictionary Corner

A Place in the Sun

Ben Hillman helps a couple find a holiday home in Lanzarote

Liverpool couple Paul and Nicola first fell in love with the island of Lanzarote nearly 20 years ago while on holiday with their three sons. They’ve been back countless times, and now, with Paul’s retirement imminent, they’ve finally decided to buy a holiday home in the seaside town of Puerto del Carmen. Ben Hillman hunts out five properties for the pair to consider

A New Life in the Sun


In France, a family’s renovated gite springs several leaks

The season nears its end and in France a family’s renovated gite springs several leaks. Meanwhile in Spain, back-to-back B&B bookings and a busy bar leave an Essex couple run off their feet

Junior Bake Off


It’s Pastry Day for the Heat B bakers and their last chance to win a place in Finals Week

It’s Pastry Day for the Heat B bakers and their last chance to win a place in Finals Week. Judge Ravneet Gill ramps up the pressure in the Technical, asking the bakers to make her favourite fast-food guilty pleasure. Then in the Showstopper, the bakers must dream up their very own superheroes and make them out of choux pastry. Presented by Harry Hill

The Simpsons


Bart acquires a new father figure

Bart grows frustrated by Homer’s lack of interest in him and sets out to search for a new father figure. Lisa tries to break her addiction to an expensive teenage chat-line, but finds it harder than expected


Mercedes has a shocking confession to make

Channel 4 News

Including sport and weather

Including sport and weather

Food Unwrapped


Matt Tebbutt is in Spain learning why some oranges are so hard to peel

Matt Tebbutt is in Spain learning why some oranges are so hard to peel, while Jimmy Doherty heads to Thailand to discover why coriander is the herb of choice for some, but for others it seems to taste like soap. Briony Williams finds herself in a bit of a jam as she interrogates an important kitchen conundrum – why dropped toast always lands the wrong side down

Travel Man: 48 Hours in Salzburg


Roisin Conaty joins Joe Lycett in the fairy-tale city of Salzburg

Joe Lycett heads to the Austro-German border with his guest vacationer Roisin Conaty, spending a couple of days in the fairy-tale city of Salzburg. After checking in to the art-filled Blaue Ganz hotel, they hop into a horse and carriage for a tour of the city and an on-the-go three-course meal. They then embark on a forest-bathing workshop, attempting a series of exercises to reawaken their senses. Day two starts with a homage to Mozart. The duo reflect on the composer’s music then sample the city’s signature sweet, Mozartkulgen – aka Mozart Balls – a mix of nougat, marzipan and dark chocolate

Jon & Lucy’s Odd Couples


Vicky Pattison and fiancé Ercan Ramadan vie against Michael and Hilary Whitehall

Jon Richardson and Lucy Beaumont put their own partnership flaws to one side in order to judge everyone else’s. This episode sees Vicky Pattison and fiancé Ercan Ramadan pitted against Michael and Hilary Whitehall in a tense battle that includes teaching non-driver Lucy to reverse park and writing each other `romantic” poems. Plus, Jack Whitehall reveals what he makes of his parents’ relationship

The Last Leg


Guests include comedian Lucy Beaumont and MP Angela Rayner

Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker are joined by comedian Lucy Beaumont and deputy leader of the Labour Party Angela Rayner MP for a light-hearted review of the significant moments of the past seven days. As usual, the hashtag #isitok paves the way for the gang to round up, examine and explain the leading and most entertaining news stories of the week

Celebrity Gogglebox


Shows including Love Island and Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow: Celebrity Special are appraised

A rolling cast of famous faces, including Nick and Liv Grimshaw, Rylan and his mum Linda, Shaun Ryder and Bez, Micah Richards and Jamie Carragher, Martin and Roman Kemp, Mo Gilligan and Babatunde Aléshé and Mel C and her brother Paul, appraise shows including appraise Love Island, Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow: Celebrity Special, Fifty Shades of Grey, The Bridge: Race to a Fortune and Spooked Scotland

Everyone Else Burns


Sitcom about a religious family who believe the world is going to end

Sitcom about a religious family in Manchester who believe the world is going to end. David competes with a rival when a position of authority in the church opens up. Meanwhile, his 17-year-old daughter Rachel preaches the word of God around the city, until an encounter with a handsome boy changes her whole outlook. Starring Simon Bird and Amy James-Kelly

Everyone Else Burns


David insists his family live by the rules in a 1000-year-old book

David unearths his order’s 1000-year-old rulebook, and demands his family follow it to the letter. Fiona starts her own business in defiance of the order’s traditions, and Rachel tries to obtain a mobile phone. Aaron helps his dad to convert a non-believer, but his harrowing artwork of the apocalypse makes the wrong impression


Comedy crime drama, starring Olivia Cooke
2017 – Drama, Thriller

Movie: Thoroughbreds -

Two upper-class Connecticut teenagers rekindle their unlikely friendship after years of growing apart, and hatch a plan to solve their problems, no matter what the cost. Comedy crime drama, starring Olivia Cooke, Anya Taylor-Joy and Anton Yelchin

Come Dine with Me


The first of five parties from in and around Leeds

The competition takes place in and around Leeds, where the first host, 38-year-old choir teacher Dionne, serves up a menu that combines European and Caribbean influences and celebrates her family favourites, with a carnival flourish thrown in for good measure

Come Dine with Me


Night two in Leeds and the turn of finance director Jane to host

Finance director Jane hosts the second night in Leeds. Her plan to grab the grand is to treat her guests to a night of fine dining, but she has her work cut out. Drama teacher Denver is already on the back foot with Jane, after taking offence to being called a ‘goth’ on the first night. Car painter Darren is concerned that Jane’s menu of home-made ravioli, pork and panna cotta could win the week, but he’s less impressed when it gets to the table. Painter and decorator Billy has noticed a chilling change among some of the other diners and Dionne is just glad her night is out the way so she can enjoy the rest of the week

Come Dine with Me


DJ Denver hosts the third evening in Leeds

Come Dine with Me


Billy serves up dinner-party favourites on the fourth evening in Leeds


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