Mel is at the Commonwealth Games with Olympic Champion Katherine Grainger.
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Mel's guest is Lauren Child, author of the Charlie and Lola and Clarice Bean books.
Mel's guest is CBBC presenter and comedian, Iain Stirling.
Mel Giedroyc is at the Commonwealth Games with Judy Murray.
Mel hears from a man who tastes words.
Mel finds out if church bells can be heard underwater.
Mel is in conversation with author Anthony Horowitz.
Mel wishes actor Daniel Radcliffe happy birthday.
Mel Giedroyc looks forward to the Commonwealth Games.
On Nelson Mandela Day, Mel hears about a song that became South Africa's national anthem.
Mel hears about a cloak made from the silk of a million spiders.
Penelope Wilton reads The Wild Swans by Hans Christian Andersen.
Sir Derek Jacobi reads the funny Emperor's New Clothes by Hans Christian Andersen.
Featuring a fairy story by Hans Christian Andersen. Mel Giedroyc presents.
Mel hears about the village where babies are given their own songs, as well as a name.
Why is there a spooky disembodied train whistle echoing through the forests of Scotland?
Mel Giedroyc presents the next part in the true story of Abraham Hannibal.
Mel Giedroyc speaks to birthday boy, the X-Man himself, Patrick Stewart.
Mel Giedroyc on the science behind tracking penguins and the soothing twang of the Ukulele
Mel Giedroyc celebrates the history of the humble tea biscuit. (R)
Mel Giedroyc hears from actor Christophe Fluder, one of the Gringott's goblins. (R)
Mel Giedroyc hears the story of Apollo 13, one of the most famous space missions of all. (R)
Mel Giedroyc flips out with a guide to making American-style pancakes. (R)