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Kettle on, feet up and have a laugh as Fred tries to make some sense out of modern life.
BBC Radio Scotland
TV star Rula Lenska talks for the first time about her ten-year battle with hearing loss.
Fred talks to privacy expert Frank M Ahearn, who works with people who need to disappear!
Find out why sugar's not so sweet, Wacky Wagers, and the stars of Burniston.
Comedians Susan Calman and Andrew Bird put a funny spin on the top five news stories.
As F1 season starts, Fred finds out why Scots are so good behind the wheels of fast cars.
Fred chats to Dom Joly and we have a massive task for Graeme Virtue - no TV for a weekend.
Comedian Lenny Henry talks about being on tour, and Fred dips into swimming lessons.
Gary Marshall opens the doors to his monthly technology surgery.
BBC Radio Scotland Highlands and Islands
Tune in for Graeme Virtue's TV Guide.
Writer AL Kennedy on her new comedy play, and find out how to save money on fuel prices.
Fred chats to DJ Chris Moyles about his upcoming marathon broadcast for Comic Relief.
Join Susan Calman on MacAulay and Co when she chats with Wil Johnson from Waking the Dead.
Susan Calman is joined by comedian Kevin Bridges.
Richard Gordon's on MacAulay & Co with Glee Clubs, Baby Talk and Graeme Virtue's TV Guide.
Susan chats to Katie Derham and chef Jacqueline O'Donnell cooks with spring greens.
Kettle on, feet up and have a laugh as Susan tries to make some sense out of modern life.
Tune in for our guide to What's On around Scotland.
Fred chats to Lord Sebastian Coe, who is at Hampden Park.
Join Fred MacAulay and special guest Gok Wan.