TV Guide Channel 4 Today Tuesday 28 February 2023

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What’s On Channel 4 Today Tuesday 28 February 2023

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


Bob Harris is in Dictionary Corner

3rd Rock from the Sun


Dick asks Mary to partner him in a dance competition

Dick asks Mary to partner him in a dance competition, but discovers to his dismay that she has two left feet and quickly tries to recruit a replacement – Harry’s date Nina. Elsewhere, Sally is angry to learn Alissa has walked in on Officer Don and seen him naked

3rd Rock from the Sun


Dick and Harry take a tumble

When Dick and Harry fall down an abandoned air shaft, an expert is called in to help them escape. Guest starring Alan Cumming, with John Lithgow, Jane Curtin and Kristen Johnston

The King of Queens


Doug is forced to sign his parents’ will

Doug meets his parents at the airport where they urge him to sign their will – which includes a clause stating that he is responsible for turning off their life support. He is horrified at the thought, but Stephanie is just jealous that her brother is the favourite yet again

The King of Queens


Doug and Carrie meet their neighbours

Doug and Carrie meet their neighbours after their backyards are destroyed by a hurricane. Carrie disapproves of their idea of combining the gardens when they rebuild – until the couple next door build a pool. Comedy, starring Kevin James and Leah Remini

The King of Queens


Doug’s cousin loses his job

Cousin Danny loses his job, so Doug comes under pressure from Uncle Stu to find him a new one at IPS – a situation he is keen to avoid. Meanwhile, Arthur takes part in a test audience for a new film. Comedy, starring Kevin James, Gary Valentine and Jerry Stiller



A new manager joins the radio station

The radio station’s new manager disagrees with everything Frasier says – and when the shrink objects to her ideas, he finds his show rescheduled at two o’clock in the morning. Comedy, guest starring Mercedes Ruehl, with Kelsey Grammer



The Crane brothers set up practice together

Niles suggests he and Frasier set up practice together – but after a series of disasters, they end up in need of therapy themselves. Comedy, guest starring Milo O’Shea, with Kelsey Grammer and David Hyde Pierce



The Cranes mourn the death of a relative

The family prepares to mourn a relative’s death, and while Frasier and Niles organise the funeral in their usual hopeless style, Martin tries to finish a song he began writing for Frank Sinatra. Comedy, starring Kelsey Grammer

Undercover Boss USA


The CEO of Shoppers World goes undercover

Sam Dushey, the CEO of Shoppers World, goes undercover in his own company. Since taking over the family business, Sam has made it his mission to expand Shoppers World rapidly, and he wants to make sure all of his stores are performing up to his high standards as the business grows. Among the employees he meets are a woman who has worked for the company for eight years without a pay rise, and another who was attacked with pepper spray while trying to stop a robbery

Channel 4 News Summary

Includes headlines and weather

Emergency Helicopter Medics


Medical staff use battlefield dressings to try to stop a man bleeding to death

Medical staff use battlefield dressings to try to save the life of a man who’s bleeding to death. Nine-year-old Ar-Rayyan has been hit by a car and has a nasty head injury. And a fall leaves septuagenarian Bonnie with a severely fractured ankle

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


Jamelia is in Dictionary Corner

A Place in the Sun

Craig Rowe helps a Derbyshire couple to find a home on Spain’s Costa Cálida

In and around Los Alcázares on Spain’s Costa Cálida, Craig Rowe pulls out all the stops to find Diane and John from Derbyshire their dream holiday home. They’ve holidayed in this part of the world many times, and have decided that now is the right time to buy their very own property there. The pair have a maximum budget of £180,000 for Craig to work with

A New Life in the Sun: Where Are They Now?


Anthony and Ian have swapped their B&B in Spain for a building site in France

Anthony and Ian have swapped their B&B in Spain for a building site in France and motorcycle tour operator Cliff tries to keep the business going as a lone rider. In France, gite owners Lyndsey and Richard are living the rural lifestyle, but is it enough for this pair of city slickers?

Four in a Bed

The B&Bers are in Gateshead to visit the Sutherlands Hotel

The B&Bers are in Gateshead to visit the Sutherlands Hotel. Hugh and Loretta are in awe of the decor but Mia and Emmanuel are determined to dig up some dirt. There are surprising revelations over drinks in the evening before an impressive breakfast the next morning but the feedback leaves Heather and Paul with more questions than answers

Come Dine with Me

Michael hosts the second night in north London

Michael hosts the second night in north London, hoping his Italian-inspired menu featuring homemade pasta and chocolate fondant will win over his guests, but his entertainment is the star of the show

The Simpsons


With the voices of ‘N Sync

Bart, Milhouse, Nelson and Ralph are `discovered” by record producer LT Smash and recruited as singers in a boy band, but Lisa begins to suspect the mogul’s motives may not be entirely above board. Featuring the guest voices of ‘N Sync


A secret tip-off gives Sam and Zoe the evidence they need

Channel 4 News

Including sport and weather

Including sport and weather

Food Unwrapped Gets Fruity

The team delve into some fruity favourites

The team delve into some fruity favourites. Jimmy goes to India to investigate pomegranate health claims while Kate finds out why cucumbers are wrapped in so much plastic. Briony finds out how many apples go into one can of cider and why strawberry juice is so elusive in supermarkets. Matt finds out why some fruits are hairy and travels to Spain to discover why some oranges are harder to peel than others

Bronson: Fit to Be Free?


Part two of the documentary giving a voice to some of Bronson’s victims

Part two of the documentary giving a voice to some of Charles Bronson’s victims, those closest to him and members of the criminal justice system. Asking each one if they believe he is fit to be released from prison after 48 years

Katie Price’s Mucky Mansion


Katie transforms her daughter’s bedroom

Katie transforms her daughter Bunny’s bedroom into a mermaid themed paradise. She also creates a Hollywood-inspired cinema room and when the online threats get worse the former model is pushed to improve her home security. Renovations come crashing to a halt when an old injury rears its head



The armchair critics are back to watch the best of the week’s TV

The armchair critics are back to tuck into their takeaways while watching the best of the week’s TV and streaming output, sharing their thoughts for the rest of the viewing public to see

First Dates Hotel


Singletons include an academic looking for a good listener

The final group of singletons check in searching for their perfect partners. They include an Oxford maths undergraduate looking for a good listener – and preferably someone tall – and a hair salon owner who wants someone with whom he can start a family. Also arriving is Elissa, a master of ceremonies for dinners, birthdays and, indeed, weddings. Will her own big day be just around the corner after meeting am-dram enthusiast Rob?

The Last Leg


The Libertines legend Pete Doherty and comedian and actress Aisling Bea join in the fun

Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker are joined by guests including the Libertines legend Pete Doherty and comedian and actress Aisling Bea for a comic 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

Couples Come Dine with Me


Three couples from the Midlands compete for the cash prize of £1,000

Loud and proud duo Fay and Wayne kick things off in the Midlands with their comfy country cuisine featuring a beef Wellington main course, and already the competition is on for ditzy couple Sam and Tony who’ll be serving the same dish. Day two sees retired lovebirds Rob and Maz hosting with their take on nouveau cuisine. Finally it’s Sam and Tony’s turn to go all out to dazzle with a glitz and glamour themed soirée, but will it be enough to pocket them the cash prize of £1,000?

Extraordinary Escapes with Sandi Toksvig


The presenter is joined by Sindhu Vee to explore some of the best staycations Scotland has to offer

The presenter explores the UK’s wildest, most remote and beautifully designed holiday homes, accompanied by some of the nation’s most fascinating and funny women. This time, Sandi is joined by the comedian, broadcaster and her friend Sindhu Vee to explore some of the best staycations Scotland has to offer. First, the pair visit a private island off the coast of Skye, before checking into a luxury shooting lodge in the Highlands. Finally, they arrive at a truly unique, elliptical shaped home built to celebrate the island views of the Inner Hebrides and the Sound of Mull

The Great Pottery Throw Down


The five remaining potters take part in the quarter-final

It’s the quarter-final, and the remaining five potters face an altered reality as they throw and radically alter an abstract coffee set. The bucket of doom returns as judges Keith and Rich set a second challenge to throw multiple high-footed rice bowls under pressure, but who will secure an all-important place in the semi-final?


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