John Gordon Sinclair has a soft spot in the heart of Scotland for his role in Gregory's Girl, and his stories of getting tangled up with the biggest film star in the world don't disappoint. Style icon Toyah Willcox has also been rubbing shoulders with royalty, and tells some incredible stories about her current and past showbiz lifestyle. Punching above his weight is Scottish comedian Gareth Waugh, who at the ripe old age of 31 is beginning to feel the ravages of time. Mark Nelson hosts.
The sun shines on this week's show, with a flurry of jokes and warm front of stories. Weatherman John Kettley reveals some shocking behind the scenes stories from his days presenting on the BBC, whilst legendary songwriter Dean Friedman shares his experiences of living with a famous monkey. Show favourite Ashley Storrie returns to play one of her favourite games, and goes on a blind date she organised herself.
This week Mark it's an unofficial celebration of the Eurovision Song Contest. Winner of the contest in 1981 with Bucks Fizz, Cheryl Baker shares her stories of forming the band and the excesses of their success. Eurovision superfan Craig Hill tells his story about his first visit to the event, and what happened when he was on tour in Australia, whilst stand-up comedian Jamie MacDonald isn't that fussed about Eurovision. Jamie, however, has a couple of cracking stories about his life in Aberdeen and what happens when people think his dog is actually a guide dog.
This week Nark Nelson's panel is a group of unlikely newcomers. Sanjeev Kohli describes how he was nominated for an unexpected award aged 51, as well as rising to the challenge of the Wheel of Puns. Dominic Holland has no illusions that he's been eclipsed by his web-slinging son in recent years, and manages to upset one of the country's eldest stateswoman of comedy. Completing the line up is stand-up, actor and writer Susan Riddell, whose exercise regime re-awakens something inside her, and warns against getting a last minute hair appointment on a Saturday morning.
A cracking show this week that looks forward to Scotland's World Cup qualifying game. Mark is joined by a bass guitar legend, Guy Pratt, who has played with Madonna, Michael Jackson and Pink Floyd, and he dishes the dirt on them all. Presenter and force of nature, Zara Janjua, shares her biggest mistake whilst on the local news, plus her love for monkeys in Nepal, and completing the line-up is actor and comedian Chris Forbes, who finds a new family in Dunblane and also has a wild time with the animals.
For the last in the current series, we're on the edges of magic and royalty. There are amazing stories from Debbie McGee, now a confirmed national treasure who was part of the celebrations in London. Weather presenter Judith Ralston shares an unbelievable story from her family and gives Mark some singing tips, whilst multi-award winning comedian Stephen Buchanan is forced to accept his new spiritual housemate, without getting too spooked.