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Fred catches up with impersonator Alistair McGowan and singer Jimmy Osmond.
BBC Radio Scotland
Fred MacAulay hears from Sir Ben Kingsley about his role in the new film Hugo.
Kettle on, feet up and have a laugh as Fred tries to make some sense out of modern life.
Fred and his audience live from the foyer of BBC Scotland. Christopher Brookmyre pops in.
Fred is joined by comedian Dave Gorman.
Tom Chambers tells us how he just hasn't stopped dancing since Strictly.
Fred finds out about Desert Island life with Kirsty Young and discovers Scandinavian food.
Had a healthy breakfast? If it was cereal, chances are it's not.
Fred presents a Children In Need Special live from the foyer of the BBC studios in Glasgow
Fred attempts to set a world record live on air and finds out how to avoid 'gallery rage'.
Fred avoids secondhand stress, plus meets the Harlem Globetrotters and comic Dylan Moran.
Writer, comedian and author Tony Hawks tells Fred about his latest exploits on tour.
Fred is joined by fellow comedians Greg Davies and Alan Carr and we look at mind control.
Jo Caulfield and Helen Zaltzman join Fred for The Five Things We Didn't Know Last Week.
Fred goes on a Grand Tour of Scotland with Paul Murton.
Fred asks if food is the way to a man's heart and we discover the best time to exercise.
Fred speaks to comic actor Greg McHugh and Gary Marshall's here with his technology guide.
Ian Hislop celebrates 50 years of Private Eye and Jim Dorman provides firework safety tips
Guest presenter Stephen Jardine gets some first hand advice on installing solar panels.
Guest presenter Stephen Jardine learns to speed read and chats to singer Kim Wilde.
Susan Calman sits in for Fred and chef Jac O'Donnell is here with more fast food.