This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for More 4 on Saturday, June 2 2018

03:50Teleshopping Teleshopping. 
07:00Teleshopping Teleshopping. 
08:55River Cottage Bites Bite-sized films from River Cottage showing how to create a range of culinary delights. 
09:25Four in a Bed Four B&Bs compete. The first visit is to the Bridge Hotel in Scunthorpe with new owners Martin and Hannah Weaver. There are cleanliness issues, a pet pig and some harsh scoring. 
09:50Four in a Bed The second visit is to Seashells B&B in Sutton-on-Sea, where owners Michelle and Rob Earp hope their simple B&B with an animal twist will win the day. But their feedback leaves them angry. 
10:20Four in a Bed The third visit of the week is to The Crown at Whitchurch in Herefordshire, where hosts Tom and Samara take their guests on an assault course which stirs up their competitiveness. 
10:55Four in a Bed The final visit of the contest is to The New Court Hotel in Usk, where Clare and Fran host. There are peppery eggs, missing mushrooms, and accusations of tactical feedback. 
11:25Four in a Bed It's the final day of the competition. The B&B owners meet to find out what they've been paid and to settle some scores after being offended by some of the feedback they've received. 
11:55A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun Adrian Simpson shows Bob and Annette properties for up to 225,000 on the Caribbean island of Grenada, where they've long been holidaying and now want their own holiday home. 
13:00A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun Adrian Simpson shows Deborah and Peter Merritt properties on the market for up to 300,000 on the Caribbean island of Tobago. 
14:00Come Dine with Me Sutton Coldfield. French foodie Laetitia plans to wow her guests with snails, foie gras, veal and a cheese course before dessert. But one guest's opinions don't go down well. (Ep1/5) 
14:35Come Dine with Me Sutton Coldfield. Eva hopes a big fat Greek dinner will score her top marks, and also plans some dancing. But has publican Randy already had enough of big-shot hairdresser Patrick? (Ep2/5) 
15:05Come Dine with Me Sutton Coldfield. Publican Randy hopes to impress with a black-tie theme, interesting culinary techniques - including cooking with house bricks - and a surprising revelation. (Ep3/5) 
15:35Come Dine with Me Sutton Coldfield. Some of Sharon's guests seem unimpressed with her plans to serve a classic Birmingham curry. Can her deconstructed margarita cheesecake win them round? (Ep4/5) 
16:05Come Dine with Me Sutton Coldfield. Outspoken hairdresser Patrick serves beef Wellington, but will his steak impress French foodie Laetitia? And will his female guests appreciate his entertainment? (Ep5/5) 
16:40Bake Off: The Professionals The teams are tasked with reinventing the classic Eton mess while also tackling an exceedingly tricky challenge making perfect miniature classics, including 24 tartes au citron. (Ep4/10) 
17:45The Great British Bake Off For the very first time on the show, it's caramel week, with three sticky challenges for the bakers, including a super sweet signature and a double Dutch technical. (S1 Ep4/10) 
18:55Great Canal Journeys Timothy West and Prunella Scales travel from Birmingham to Braunston, Northamptonshire, for a festival of canal boats and unveil a plaque to a late friend and canal campaigner. (S3 Ep2/3) 
20:00Britain at Low Tide In Essex, Tori and Alex investigate the earthwork remains of a fort from Henry VIII's days. Plus: a U-boat stranded in a creek, and Thames sailing barges sunk in estuary mud. (S1 Ep3/3) 
21:00Hidden Britain by Drone Tony Robinson uses drones to reveal a village erased from the maps, a supermarket without any customers, and a platform in the ocean that claims to be an independent nation. (Ep2/2) 
22:05It Was Alright in the 1970s A look at old-fashioned Britishness on TV in the 1970s. From blacking-up pre-watershed, through to rampant homophobia and xenophobia, was the 70s the decade that taste forgot? (S1 Ep2/2) 
23:108 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown Jimmy Carr hosts as team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson are joined by Josie Long and Rob Beckett. Vic Reeves and Joe Wilkinson assist Susie Dent and Rachel Riley. (S4 Ep3/7) 
00:158 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown Jimmy Carr hosts as team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson are joined by Jason Manford and Stephen Mangan. Tim Key and Joe Wilkinson assist Susie Dent and Rachel Riley. (S4 Ep4/7) 
01:15Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA In the first half of a two-part nightmare, Gordon tries to save The Burger Kitchen in Los Angeles, which is run by a dysfunctional family in a state of constant conflict. 
02:20It Was Alright in the 1970s A look at old-fashioned Britishness on TV in the 1970s. From blacking-up pre-watershed, through to rampant homophobia and xenophobia, was the 70s the decade that taste forgot? (S1 Ep2/2) 
03:20Food Unwrapped Jimmy, Kate and Matt present some favourite investigations. Jimmy joins the fight to protect bell peppers. Are Brazil nuts radioactive? And can Matt interest the public in goat meat? 
03:50Teleshopping Teleshopping.