British musician Tinie Tempah’s new property tv show, Extra Ordinary Extensions, will air on Channel 4.

The musician revealed to Press Association that he has a strong interest in architecture and design.

The first episode airs tomorrow, Wednesday October 19, and focuses on Alan and Linda who are hoping to build a ski slope extension attached to a 17th century farmhouse in Herefordshire.

The first episode will also focus on Amy and Simon as they form a million-pound glass structure by the sea in Hampshire.

Tempah helps participants in the show as they endure the highs and lows that come with renovation.

The show is in 4 weekly instalments and will introduce viewers to Brits, all trying to create different homes that are their dream.

Cotswold Journal:  The musician has a strong interest in architecture and design (PA/Avalon/Channel 4) The musician has a strong interest in architecture and design (PA/Avalon/Channel 4)

Why Extraordinary Extensions?

Talking about his desire to be part of this project, Tempah told Press Association: “Growing up in a very working-class family, property was a way that we were able to move up the socio-economic ladder. I came out of a council estate environment and, at 12, my parents bought our first property in Plumstead. Fast forward a couple of years, and they’ve got more than a handful. I grew up seeing my mum do loads of extensions.

“At the start of the pandemic, the music industry got hit really, really hard. Obviously, there were no gigs. I was in the studio at home, scratching my head. I got this phone call, ‘We’re doing this property show, and we would love you to do it’. At first, I was like, ‘I don’t know…’ But I’m at the age now where I want to communicate other sides of myself.”

Extraordinary Extensions starts on Channel 4 at 9pm on Wednesday, October 20.