Fred is joined by singer Brenda Cochrane and looks at the fun in fear.
BBC Radio Scotland
Fred brings you gags, gossip and his own wonky guide to modern Scotland.
Fred is joined by comedian Jeremy Hardy, and Gary Marshall talks about web browsers.
Susan Calman presents. Find out your rights when stepping in to a cab.
Fred is joined by comedian Rhod Gilbert and asks can you be born funny?
Author Julia Donaldson joins Fred and we find out how to have a dignified argument.
Find out if you can wear double denim and learn to play chess.
Fred's guests are Kenny Logan and Sophie Dahl, plus comics Dan Antopolski and Robin Ince.
It's Thursday, so we're joined by master of the bizarre Mr Chris Neill.
Elkie Brooks joins Fred, plus find out how to sell your story in Hollywood.
Fred's guests include Dan Snow and Kirsty Gallagher, plus learn how to make sushi at home.
With over 790 islands off the Scottish coastline, Fred finds out where to head in 2010.
We host a Mad Hatter's Tea Party and find out how the 40-plus man can update his wardrobe.
Michelin Stars, cool loo's and Stuart Maconie are on all on the menu today.
Fred asks do men really age better than women?
Edwyn Collins and his wife Grace Maxwell join Fred. Plus how to sell your house yourself.
Fred catches up with cyclist Mark Beaumont and the Sports relief team with David Walliams
BBC Radio Scotland except FM
Book reading, bee keeping and 1980's pop star Nik Kershaw are all on the menu.
BBC Radio Scotland FM only
As it's Monday, we'll be getting a little manic as we leave the end of the show up to you!