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Fred is joined by comedian Seann Walsh.
BBC Radio Scotland
Accordionist Phil Cunninham talks to Fred about the history of Auld Lang Syne.
Kettle on, feet up, and have a laugh as Fred tries to make some sense of modern life.
Fred finds out why the beach is not just for summer, plus how future hotels will look.
Fred finds out why people are so attached to their childhood toys.
Fred chats to Antipodean comic and The Last Leg presenter Adam Hills.
Did you hear the one about the magic tractor? Fred wants your favourite childhood jokes.
Fred is joined by Frances Quinn, winner of the Great British Bake Off 2013.
Fred gets top facts from the QI elves themselves, creators John Lloyd and John Mitchinson.
Join Fred and Pudsey for a Children in Need special featuring Hue and Cry and Judy Murray.
BBC Radio Scotland Highlands and Islands
Featuring Corrie's Kevin Kennedy, Rab C Nesbitt's Barbara Rafferty and In the Loop.
Fresh from bonding with Lady Gaga, EastEnders actor June Brown joins Fred.
Fred's guests are tenor Russell Watson and DJ and broadcaster Edith Bowman.
Fred chats to Deacon Blue frontman Ricky Ross about his Christmas EP and tour.
Fred is joined by Strictly Come Dancing star Dave Myers and comedian Robin Ince.
Poet and novelist Michael Rosen reveals his deep passion for the humble alphabet.
Fred catches up with Strictly favourite Lisa Riley, plus the TV Guide with Graeme Virtue.
Fred is joined by the ever-effusive ex-politician turned author Giles Brandreth.
Fred has quite a cast: harbour queen Val Morrison, Gary Marshall and Steve Delaney.
Comedians Holly Walsh and Pippa Evans put a comedy spin on the big news stories.