Kettle on, feet up, and have a laugh as Fred tries to make some sense of modern life.
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Fred finds out how to tell whether your business idea will be a success.
Susan Calman sits in for Fred and chats to Status Quo, Dawn O'Porter and Heather Small.
Gary Marshall opens up his technology surgery.
Fred is joined by Restoration Man and architect George Clarke and presenter Amanda Lamb.
Fred chats with ice skaters Torville and Dean, plus learns about Modern Apprenticeships.
Alan Johnson MP tells Fred why the time was right to pen his memoir of his early life.
Susan Calman sits in for Fred and is joined by Kyle Falconer and Pete Reilly of The View.
Graeme Virtue lists his TV turn-ons and Fred finds out about inversion therapy.
Top chef Jak O'Donnell joins Fred MacAulay to answer all your kitchen questions.
Alan Sugar doesn't do waffling - Fred gets a lesson on holding efficient conversations.
Fred speaks to Embarrassing Bodies presenter Dr Christian Jessen.
Fred talks to Fern Britton, plus he grills the latest Apprentice evictee.
Nick Hewer joins Fred MacAulay with news of The Apprentice.
Fred has a Bank Holiday Funday in store with bellydancing and a DIY surgery.
Gardening expert Carole Baxter explains how to get rid of weeds and answers questions.
Fred is joined by Drop the Dead Donkey and Between the Lines star Neil Pearson.