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Fred MacAulay is joined by celebrity guests for a wry look at the stories of the day.
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First lady of Newsnight Kirsty Wark co-hosts the show.
Fred chats to actor Robert Lindsay and learns an essential skill for a modern man.
Fred finds out why we love a good weepy, plus he's joined by tech boffin Gary Marshall.
Fred's guests are Barbara Dickson, Neil Oliver, Justin Moorehouse and Alun Cochrane.
Fred MacAulay is joined by The Drifters
Fred MacAulay chats to singer Alison Moyet about her career.
John Beattie sits in for Fred and chats to Bill Wyman, Penelope Keith and John O'Farrell.
Sir Steve Redgrave joins Fred and Gary Marshall's technology surgery is open for business.
Susan Calman and Hardeep Singh Kohli join Fred and take a look at the week's headlines.
Fred MacAulay is joined by Mr Wind-Up, Jonathan Watson.
Jamie Cullum joins Fred in the studio and Jackie Collins drops in for a chat.
Opera singer, Katherine Jenkins, co-presents with Fred on today's show.
Fred is joined by showbiz legend Roy Hudd.
Fred is joined by Elaine C Smith to discuss her autobiography Nothing Like a Dame.
We find out how to throw a fabulous party and Chris Neill takes a look at bizarre news.
Comedian Milton Jones joins Fred and we test the ear of Deacon Blue star Ricky Ross.
Chris Evans co-hosts with Fred and guests Gary Wilmot and Diarmuid Gavin.
Fred MacAulay catches up with author Lynne Truss and actress Ruth Madoc.
Rocky Horror stars Richard O'Brien and Jonathan Wrather are live in the studio.