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Mel Giedroyc meets a parachuting teddy bear, visits the National Motor Museum and more.
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Mel heads out with the cowboys of Madagascar, learns all about aerobatics, and much more.
Mel learns how to fly, meets the Red Arrows and learns about ejector seats.
Mel visits the British Inventions Show and hears about how some familiar things came to be
Mel meets some unusual mummies, and listeners learn how to make some very tasty pancakes.
Richard Hammond reads another chapter of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
The Gloucestershire woman who went to bed with a migraine and woke up with a French accent
Mel hears what it was like being trained to drive tanks in WW1.
The Norwegian student who lives in a cave and how the film industry is going green.
Can pigs fly? Well, in WWI they did. Plus, the most famous witch trial in England.
Mel Giedroyc presents a tour of a magic shop.
Mel Giedroyc hears about a magical moonlit bike ride and celebrates our love of games.
Comedian Alistair McGowan praises the humble plum.
Mel gets a guide to creating sound effects and says happy birthday to John Logie Baird.
Frank Cottrell Boyce discusses his love of children's classic The Moomins.
Dick and Dom do mind-bending experiments at London's Cardinal Wiseman School. (R)
Sally Gardner's award-winning Maggot Moon, read exclusively by actor Jamie Borthwick. (R)
Dick and Dom continue their fun science series 'How Dangerous is Your School?'. (R)
Jamie Borthwick continues reading Maggot Moon, Dick and Dom investigate bugs and germs. (R)
Jamie Borthwick joins Mel Giedroyc to read Sally Gardner's award-winning Maggot Moon. (R)
Mel's celebrity guest is presenter and action girl Helen Skelton.