Robert Powell, star of Jeffrey Bernard Is Unwell, pops in to say hello.
BBC Radio Scotland
Fred chats to The Sound of Music star Verity Rushworth and plays Bank Holiday Bingo!
The Gadget Show's Suzi Perry tells Fred what hi-tech homes of the future might look like.
Fred grills the latest Apprentice candidate to be fired by Lord Sugar.
Fred's joined by one quarter of The Corrs - Andrea Corr.
Fred sets one listener the task of feeding a family of four for a week on fifty quid.
Cast away like Robinson Crusoe? Kirsty Young asks for listeners' own Desert Island Discs.
Kettle on, feet up and have a laugh as Fred tries to make some sense out of modern life.
Fred's joined by the latest Apprentice reject, as well as Gordon Kennedy.
Diarmuid Gavin shares his gardening secrets and TV Guide Graeme Virtue is Made in Chelsea.
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BBC Radio Scotland except MW
Don't hide behind the sofa, Kim Newman says horror movies are actually an art form.
Fred chats to actress Brigitte Nielsen.
Jeffrey Archer, Laurence Dallagio, and Richard and Judy all compete for Fred's attention.
From triple salchow to Grease, former figure skater Robin Cousins takes to the stage.
Presented by Susan Calman. She catches up with interior design duo Colin and Justin.
Fred kicks off the week. Tune in to hear why cinemas are suffering and DVD is dying.
Fred meets Christopher Ecclestone, who's turning to crime in new BBC drama Shadow Line.
Join Fred and Co with impressionist Jonathan Watson and author Ian Rankin.
Fred hears why Antonio Carluccio & Gennaro Contaldo have gone back to their culinary roots