Highlights from a selection of BBC Radio Scotland shows broadcasting from Potterrow at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Final day sofa guests include Charlie Higson, Aisling Bea and Barry from Watford.
Fred & a host of surprise guests including Rory Bremner, celebrate his stand-up career.
Tig Notaro, Janeane Garofalo and Alistair McGowan
Doc Brown on MacAulay and Co
The first day, of the last week of the Fringe with Al Murray David Sedaris and Adam Hills.
Guaranteed laughs as Fred is joined by Alexei Sayle, Alan Davies and Mark Watson.
Lots of laughs on the sofa with David O' Doherty, Joe Lycett and Gyles Brandreth!
Claire Teal and Grant Windsor perform "One More" on the Janice Forsyth Show.
Fred squeezes Greg Proops, Jimeoin and Josh Widdicombe onto the sofa
Fred keeps the sofa warm with comedians Sean Hughes, Marcus Brigstocke and Tom Stade
Fred shifts up and welcomes Stephen K Amos, Lucy Porter and Alex Horne to the sofa.
Janice has a special Edinburgh Festival Fringe interview with Scroobius Pip
Rachel Sermanni performs Lonely Taxi on Janice Forsyth's Edinburgh Festival Fringe Show.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe laughs with Fred & special guests Omid Djalili & Ian Lavender.
Fred asks - Have you ever met one of your heroes (who was it, what happened)?
Sandi Toksvig joins Fred on the sofa for an interview and laughs
Country rock from Glasgow, recorded live in Edinburgh at the BBC's festival venue.
Agricultural acapella Americana with spine-tingling vocal harmonies.
Soulful number from the Edinburgh hip hop crew. Live at Potterrow.
Jazz legends Brian Kellow and Carole Kidd perform Cole Porter's - "It's De-Lovely"
Time Vine, Elaine C smith and John Lloyd join Fred for some sofa chat.
Phill Jupitus, Deborah Frances-White and some onstage figure skating with Susan Calman.
New York gal Lady Rizo performs on the Culture Studio at the Edinburgh Festival
The talented Adam Page with a brilliant rendition composed especially for the show.
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