Featuring comedy duo Cardinal Burns, plus Mark Beaumont on the Queen's Baton Relay.
BBC Radio Scotland
Fred wants to hear your exam tales - did you ever sleep in?
Fred chats to Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts and Gary Marshall opens up his tech surgery.
Fred is in conversation with broadcaster and author Simon Mayo.
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BBC Radio Scotland except MW
Pronunciation tips, the social history of the fireplace and the world's deepest recording!
Collectibles experts Judith Miller and Mark Hill give tips on valuing your collection.
Fred is joined by author Adele Parks.
Spend the bank holiday with Fred and find out how to impress on a first date.
Gardening expert Carole Baxter explains how to grow potatoes in containers.
Kettle on, feet up, and have a laugh as Fred tries to make some sense of modern life.
TV critic Graeme Virtue takes up the Big Allotment Challenge from the comfort of his sofa.
Fred is joined by Fern Britton.
MacAulay and Co heads north in regular feature Streets of Your Town.
Gardener Carole Baxter answers listeners' green-fingered queries and gardening questions.
Dawn O'Porter talks about her new novel and life in LA with husband and actor Chris O'Dowd
Fred is joined by BBC wildlife photographer and cameraman Doug Allen.
Fred is joined by the stars of Mr Maker and Nina and the Neurons.
Fred catches up with king of the call centre Nev Wilshire.
Fred is joined by Still Game and Chewin' the Fat stars Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill!
Fred is joined by singer Jane MacDonald.
Susan Calman sits in for Fred MacAulay and is joined by Alan Davies.
Susan Calman hears how the Three Sisters Bake have made a success of their unique cafe.