Patricia Stanley, from Wimborne Minster, in Dorset sent in a picture of her and Fred - and here's what happened next!
Fred Dinenage met the children from Bewbushe Academy at Crawley in West Sussex, last year, and got their very unique take on Father Christmas.
VIDEO: Meridian's very own Fred Dinenage received an Honorary Doctorate today from Southampton Solent University. Fred, who was made an MBE in 2010, became a Doctor of Media. How about that!
What do our children think about the Olympic Games? Fred Dinenage has been finding out - and some of the answers are hilariousRead the full story ›
We remember him - or some of us do - the crooner who yodelled his way to the top of the charts in the 60s with songs like "I remember you!"Read the full story ›
We remember him, or some of us do, as the crooner who yodelled his way to the top of the charts in the sixties with songs like "I remember you".
Frank Ifield, who once made a record with the Beatles, is back in the south, touring with his protege Nicki Gillis.
Fred went to meet him at a waterside pub in Abingdon.
Fred Dinenage has found out that he has a personal connection to the 100th anniversary of the sinking of Titanic in April 1912.Read the full story ›
Meridian Tonight presenter Fred Dinenage recently discovered that his uncle James Dinenage died when the Titanic sank on April 15th 1912. James's was a first class saloon steward and left behind a widow and young son. Fred went to meet relatives who could tell him more about his Titanic history.
Fred Dinenage recently discovered that his great uncle was a first class steward who drowned when the Titanic sank on the 15th April 1912.Read the full story ›
A pensioner has entered the world record books for abseiling down a building in Portsmouth. 97 year old Doris Long did the abseil with Meridian Tonight's Fred Dinenage to raise money for charity. You can see how they got on here.