Mel gets dressed up for Halloween and joins some real-life ghost hunters.
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Culinary Halloween delights from the US, and find out how the television came in to being.
As Halloween looms, we'll be finding out about a quick, easy recipe for pumpkin soup.
Were the Romans the first to watch people being murdered for fun? Mel finds out.
Mel learns more about Roman emperors, and goes hunting with an eagle in Outer Mongolia.
Mel finds out just how nasty the Romans could be with a sponge on a stick.
Mel finds out just how awful Roman kings were from Terry Deary's Horrible Histories.
Mel Giedroyc hears gruesome things about the Romans from Terry Deary's Horrible Histories.
Mel Giedroyc celebrates International Day of the Nacho.
Where did the expression about teaching grannies to suck eggs come from? We find out...
As National Apple Day approaches, we visit a Suffolk orchard and cook a tarte tatin.
Mel celebrates the birthday of the Disney company and learns how to bake doughnuts,.
Mel Giedroyc meets Anthony Horowitz at the Cheltenham Literary Festival.
Mel Giedroyc lands on the moon, and Michael Morpurgo reveals his favourite books.
Philip Pullman reads more Grimm Tales, and Mel learns about the story-collecting brothers.
Mel Giedroyc sits down at her spinning wheel to create some radio gold.
Mel Giedroyc hears about a lifesaving cat, and heads backstage at a West End theatre.
Mel Giedroyc meets Philip Pullman, as he reads his reworkings of classic fairy tales.
Mel reveals the winner of the 2012 Liverpool Young Comedian Of The Year award.
Mel Giedroyc discovers the origins of the British urge to queue up in an orderly fashion.
Mel Giedroyc talks to Lynne Truss about the enduring popularity of of Alice in Wonderland.
Mel Giedroyc gets a second helping of laughs from young stand-up comedians in Liverpool.
Mel Giedroyc hears about a scheme in Liverpool that encourages kids to try stand-up comedy