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Kettle on, feet up, and have a laugh with special guest presenter Jamie MacDougall.
With Michael Gove saying sorry to his former teacher, Jamie MacDougal talks apologies.
Olly Mann and Elvis McGonagall fill Fred in on the five things we didn't know last week.
Cars get a winter health check and author Patricia Cornwell talks about her new thriller.
Fred's guests are Johnny Ball and Sir Chris Bonington.
How did you convince your children to eat their vegetables? Let Susan know.
The Reverend Lionel Fanthorpe and Richard Ingrams catch up with Fred.
Comedians Seann Walsh and Helen Zaltzman review the biggest news stories of the week.
Fred catches up with space cowboy Steve Miller and goes in search of an adrenalin rush!
Listen in as Richard Cadey attempts the army bootcamp designed for kids.
High drama with Coronation Street's Beverley Callard and Dancing on Ice's Ray Quinn.
Fred is joined by Irish singers Foster and Allen. And which new books are worth a read?
Jamie MacDougall sits in for Fred MacAulay and is joined by singer Charlotte Church.
Kettle on, feet up, and have a laugh as Fred tries to make some sense of modern life.
Fred kicks the day off with Joe McFadden and reviews Hunted with TV Guide Graeme Virtue.
Fred's guests include Ian Hislop and actor Stephen Tompkinson.
Funnyman Nick Hancock is getting quizzical with Fred on today's show.
Welsh songstress Charlotte Church and former X-Factor winner Matt Cardle are on the show.
Forget Gangnam Style, Fred's going Bev Lyons Style as she keeps him In the Loop.
Fred hears from Alan Davies why Life Is Pain and Jackie Collins talks about her Power Trip
Fred is joined by Jack Dee and Autumnwatch's Michaela Strachan and Martin Hughes Games.