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Fred chats to actress Roxanne Pallett and gets Wimbledon gossip from John Inverdale.
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Chef Jaq O'Donnell will be bringing in raspberries and preparing a recipe fast.
We find out how to complain about your boss and Gary Marshall rerviews the iPhone 4.
Kettle on, feet up and have a laugh as Fred tries to make some sense out of modern life.
Fred chats to BAFTA-winning comedians Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller.
Gerard Kelly joins Fred to talk about his latest role as narrator of the Rocky Horror Show
Fred is joined by Nick Briggs, the man behind the voice of the Daleks and the Cybermen.
The technology surgery is open and BBC Click's Richard Taylor will answer your questions.
Fred offers a guide to Father's Day gifts and speaks to Shazia Mirza and Elvis McGonagall.
Obama, Cameron, Chiles - all have shunned the humble tie, but Fred's bringing it back.
Fred and Co chat with comedian Justin Lee Collins and fiesty presenter Carol McGiffin.
Time Team presenter Tony Robinson and comedian Marcus Brigstocke join Fred for a chat.
Fred offers a unique guide to the World Cup and speaks to Pelican Blood star Ali Craig
Fred is joined by Jeremy Kyle at the home of the BBC SSO in Glasgow.
Fred chats to 80s singing sensation Rick Astley.
Comedian turned author Julian Clary drops by for a chat.
Fred offers you a guide to theatre going and asks why on earth you're wearing that today?
Susan Calman sits in for Fred chatting to Scottish crime writer Quintin Jardine.
We learn to play retro street games and Phill Jupitus and Lembit Opik join Fred and Co.
Alistair Campbell, the king of spin, will be dropping by for a chat with Fred.
Fred dresses for success with Julia Hannah and looks at the new trend for "Glamping".
If you had to resit your driving test today, would you pass?