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Fred MacAulay catches up with the latest candidates to be fired from The Apprentice.
Fred finds out how to donate platelets and speaks to previous X Factor winner Sam Bailey.
It wouldn't be Christmas without them - comedy duo The Krankies chat to Fred MacAulay.
Astronaut Chris Hadfield joins Fred MacAulay and Jonathan Watson pops in.
Richard Gordon sits in for Fred MacAulay and hears from Strictly star Brendan Cole.
Fred MacAulay asks listeners who they want to give a thumbs up.
Fred finds out how to make an excellent hot gin cocktail for the cold Christmas period.
Fred finds out about pollution hotspots in Scotland and talks to Ian Hislop.
Harry Hill starts looking toward the festive period with Fred MacAulay.
Fred wants listeners to tell him in five words what they are doing at the weekend.
Fred MacAulay is joined by comedian Frank Skinner and the latest Apprentice evictee.
Fred is joined by comedian Russell Howard, plus Graeme Virtue reviews the latest TV.
Hugh Bonneville talks about working with Peter Capaldi and Nicole Kidman in Paddington.
Chris Tarrant, Jon Richardson and Gary Marshall start December in style on MacAulay and Co
Sanjeev Kohli sits in for Fred and asks listeners about their weekends in Five-Word Friday
Sanjeev Kohli sits in for Fred MacAulay and gets to the bottom of Black Friday.
Sanjeev Kohli sits in for Fred with guests Andy Gray, Grant Stott and John Gordon Sinclair
Sanjeev Kohli sits in for Fred and is joined by panto stars Steven Purdon and Johnny Mac.
Sanjeev Kohli sits in for Fred MacAulay and discusses children's toys.
Richard Gordon sits in for Fred and asks listeners what they are up to at the weekend.
BBC Scotland's Sarah Smith discusses her on-screen clothing choices.
Fred MacAulay finds out about panic attacks and how to deal with them.
Fred is joined by Doctor Who star Michelle Gomez and River City star Tom Urie.
TV and film star Alex Norton joins Fred MacAulay to talk about his journey.
Join Fred MacAulay for a Children in Need special live from Abertay University in Dundee.
Fred talks to wildlife photographer Doug Allan. Plus how to choose workmen for jobs.
Fred is joined by Matthew Bourne, one of the UK's most successful choreographers.
Kettle on, feet up and have a laugh as Fred tries to make some sense of modern life.
Fred MacAulay finds out how to keep war relevant to those who have not been touched by it.
About a Boy author Nick Hornby joins Fred MacAulay.