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Jessie Ware hosts a podcast about food, family and the beautiful art of having a chat, direct from her very own dinner table. With a little bit of help from her chef extraordinaire mum Lennie, each week guests from the worlds of music, culture and politics drop by for a bite and a bit of a natter. Oversharing guaranteed. Produced by Alice Williams Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Technology enthusiast and Microsoft veteran Kerushan Govender hosts a fun and engaging show about tech in the workplace. Using a precision questioning style, Kerushan unearths quick ways to bring out the best in everyone. At the end of the day, we want a world of X-Men where each person has the opportunity to show their specific superpower. How can we use tech as an enabler of human performance? What basic and doable steps can we take in day-to-day work that unleashes greatness? The show lin ...
 
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Bad Table Manners

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Bad Table Manners pushes the boundaries of food storytelling in South Asia. Despite a universal love of delicious food, South Asian communities’ narratives and food practices maintain social hierarchies, caste inequalities, and racial and gender discrimination. In spanning both “high” and “low” food cultures, this podcast deconstructs monolithic notions of South Asian or “Indian” food by diving into micro contexts of households, restaurants, neighborhoods, streets and communities. It also re ...
 
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By now you know that mum’s chicken soup only comes out for the big guns… and this week was exactly that.. no pressure mum - we finally got Paul Hollywood! Despite mums soggy bottom Tart Nomande, we somehow managed to win him over & had the most wonderful afternoon talking a LOT about food. Lennie even got a handshake. Paul told us all about how he …
 
It’s December! Christmas is right round the corner, so we thought we’d give you an extra festive offering this week… a special bonus episode with the wonderful, hysterical Alison Hammond! Thanks to our friends at @Sainsbury's we tucked into a delicious Taste the Difference Crimbo feast, sipped cocktails and laughed A LOT. We discuss Christmas Eve t…
 
This week we have an actual real life member of ABBA on Table Manners. Only a few days after we went to see Abba Voyage, the legend, Bjorn Ulvaeus came over to Clapham for lunch. Bjorn told us all about how the Abba Voyage show came to fruition and how he and his band mates were turned into avatars. We spoke about Abba’s Eurovision win back in 1974…
 
From one Starstruck favourite to another…Rose Matafeo everyone !! I’m back in old rainy Blighty, and returning - in fine form if I say so myself - to cooking duty! Whilst gazing at the Matafeo powerhouse, I made a lovely slow roast chicken from Alison Roman's book ‘Nothing Fancy’ and mum did a Saffy's LA inspired salad - it was perfect and minimal …
 
This week we welcome Nikesh Patel to Table Manners. We all fell in love with him as Tom Kapoor in Starstruck, and now we can watch him play a cop in the new crime thriller ‘The Devil’s Hour’, starring opposite Peter Capaldi. Nikesh came over, before a kids birthday party, for a spot of Lennie’s ultimate….vegan cuisine. Whilst eating a stew, we talk…
 
I’m still on tour but was missing mum and the podcast so she hopped on a flight (with my three kids, thanks ma) and got the recorder out. We also bagged a star of The White Lotus s2, Theo James! After a morning of surfing, he arrived very promptly, thanks to his wife Ruth who knew what would happen if he was late (immediate judgement). We had a goo…
 
Big Zuu meets Big Len!! This week we have double BAFTA winner and all round hilarious person, Big Zuu, on Table Manners. We chatted all about Big Eats over mum’s - rather tough - short rib beef & baked potatoes with sour cheese and chive stuffing. Big Zuu talks to us about his mum's Okra soup, his love of Beyoncé and Karaoke & what he ate after his…
 
From aspiring radio show rapper to computer software tester, Cory Warfield of Agora World proves that you can do anything and be anyone you want. In this interview, Cory reminisces on his rough past and shares his diverse work experience and life-learnings. He also reflects on how the hospitality industry shaped his confidence, as well as his views…
 
Yes, we are talkin’ to you!!! It’s only Robert De Niro, Mr Nobu and Meir Teper on the podcast this week. We were invited over to the new fabulous Nobu Portman Square Hotel for some sushi where we sipped Sake & challenged the three of them on their best Table Manners. We heard all about De Niros’ famous martinis, Nobu’s experience of cooking for Pri…
 
This is a blockbuster Table Manners episode. Having seen Romeo + Juliet 7 times in the cinema, and frequently quoting Strictly Ballroom, to have the genius, Baz Luhrmann in our kitchen was an absolute honour. Both of us are huge fans of his work so we were thrilled to ask him a hundred questions about Elvis, Romeo + Juliet, Moulin Rouge and all the…
 
What do you cook for a Masterchef judge?!? That is the question. This week we are joined by mum’s favourite, John Torode. And it’s about time. After a LOT of back and forth on the menu, mum settled on some staples; her infamous chicken soup followed by Lebanese lamb then a damson galette and olive oil ice cream. It was very gorgeous. This is a food…
 
Rina Sawayama everyone… I am a huge fan of this amazing woman, we met in Paris years ago on a front row (daaaahling) and I have watched her become a complete icon. We are THRILLED to have her on Table Manners. Rina educates us about Japanese cuisine; chirashi bowls, eating fresh Kinmedai fish, and her mum’s signature dish of Tonkatsu… delicious! An…
 
Summer is over, school is no longer out, and it’s time to get back to our important job of eating and being nosey. We are thrilled to be back!! It’s been a while but what a series we have lined up for you... kicking off with none other than the Queen of Country, an international icon, the only one we run to, the one, the only Shania Twain. Shania p…
 
SAP Africa COO, Tracy Bolton and LexisNexis CEO and Chairperson of the Board, Videsha Proothveerajh sit down with Chief Market Technologist, Kerushan Govender to discuss the future of South African businesses and partnerships. World-class experience | Cutting-edge technology and the application thereof | Proven expertise | Collaboration | A shared …
 
We are wrapping up this series of Table Manners with a very special bonus episode thanks to our pals at Sainbury’s. Last week, we hosted a summer soirée in London to celebrate the Taste the Difference summer range. What was not to love? Plenty of picky bits, ‘lo-fi dining’, a generous amount of rosé, a very loud - and well read and opinionated - au…
 
We had the Mercury nominated (!!!) Self Esteem, Rebecca Lucy Taylor join us in Birmingham and finished with Julian Clary & Vanessa Feltz in London - fabulous guests, fabulous audiences. In this final instalment of Table Manners live, we round up the series with some more of our favourite audience questions from Birmingham & London. Dr Alex makes an…
 
As part of our live shows, we held a little Q&A in the second half… well I tell you what listeners - you are all really quite filthy !! For the next two weeks we’ve put together some of our favourite moments from the Q&As, and we have been cackling! We hope they make you laugh as much as they did us. In this week’s episode, there’s a ‘shag, marry, …
 
The live show finale.. our second night from the London Palladium with the one and only Vanessa Feltz. Now seasoned West End pros, we put our feet up and let our guest do most of the talking. And frankly, I was completely grateful. If mum's red lip and leopard print are going to be upstaged by anyone, let it be Ms Feltz; rockin up in a sequin ball …
 
Serving up an extra pint of podcast today! We teamed up with @birramoretti at this years @iowfestival to record a special live recording of Table Manners with Tom & Joe from @blossomsband. Live from their Italian piazza on site at the festival, we gobbled our way through sourdough pizzas and beer and chatted all about the search for the best Spaghe…
 
The Table Manners Live tour continues to it’s final destination: the world famous, London Palladium. And even better, on a Sunday night! With Lennie in full tour mode, it was an honour & complete treat to share our podcast in front of such a wonderful audience and with THE King of the Palladium, Julian Clary. Julian talks to us about what it takes …
 
LIVE from Birmingham Town Hall, the divine power house that is Self Esteem joined us in front of a wonderful audience. Back in the city mum went to University, we chat over delicious food from Brum’s very own Joe Lycett’s recommended restaurant Zindiya - and talk all about how she became a pop star, her love of Mexican food, honey and toast nights …
 
We’ve waited a LONG time to get this weeks guest on the podcast, and finally - LIVE in Manchester we got him!! The wonderful Adam Kay joined us at Bridgwater Hall for Lennie's homecoming show and what a laugh it was. Adam chatted vending machine hospital snacks, growing up eating spleen, leaving the polystyrene in his oven for 3 years, his obsessio…
 
For the next few weeks we’re serving something slightly different as we present our Table Manners live on tour episodes. We opened the tour at the Queens Hall in Edinburgh, the wonderful Sophie Ellis Bextor was our first guest and the crowd were raucous! Sophie chatted Monster Munch, Nanny Claire’s chocolate cake, what it’s like to cook for a famil…
 
HAIYAA! Lennie’s infamous microwave rice is put up to the test this week. Comedian Nigel NG aka Uncle Roger turned up to Clapham in his orange polo shirt, ready to try mum’s food and talk rice fuck bois, nieces, nephews, Jamie Oliver and making people cackle through lockdown. We laughed a LOT and chatted all about dating a vegan, how to do karaoke,…
 
Ahead of her starring role in the West End production of Sister Act, we were honoured to welcome the wonderful Jennifer Saunders onto Table Manners this week. We cracked opened the Bolly darling and chatting everything from frozen peas to the dream dinner party that went hideously wrong. Jennifer told us about her discovery of rock oysters in Austr…
 
A double helping this week! We recorded a very special episode of Table Manners with two amazing women; campaigner and author Jack Monroe & Nureen Glaves, the founder and CEO of National Lottery-supported Feed Me Good. In this Good Causes special, made possible by National Lottery players, we didn’t need to cook! Jack brought her delicious ‘chicken…
 
It’s Mabel’s turn on Table Manners! We welcome superstar pop star Mabel to mum’s for a home cooked meal of grilled fish & a knock out Banoffee pie that she took home for her dad. We talk all about family Christmases in Thailand, her love of Congee, different ways to cook Jollof, the reason she doesn’t eat chicken & what food to eat on tour! Nowaday…
 
For this final LA episode, we have none other than the Queen bee of real estate, the ultimate ‘boss bitch’ with the best one liner stings & star of Selling Sunset, Christine Quinn. We forgive the gorgeous Christine for joining us an hour late for bagels because she’s incredibly lovely and we talk all about BBQs in Texas, her mum’s Hungarian food, t…
 
Up this week… another slice of LA with none other than a national treasure, superstar chef, author & queen of the American artisanal loaf - Nancy Silverton. Famed for her sourdough starter, Nancy talks to us about her rise to the top, growing up in the valley, her obsession with pistachios & loving TV dinners at her grandmas. We recorded this episo…
 
Writer, film maker, king of impressions and the banana bread's publicist, Jordan Firstman joins us on this weeks special episode of Table Manners. Mum made a delicious sirloin steak salad (shout out to Jess Damuck for the accompanying pea, cucumber and asparagus salad ) & we sipped leftover Greekmans natural wine. Jordan told us about his secret ma…
 
Rosé at the ready! In this first LA special, we were joined poolside by a sporting legend & probably the most influential skateboarders of all time, Tony Hawk. Tony talks to us about growing up in San Diego & food as fuel whilst skating as a kid, the best bourbon whiskey, multi-use of Skateboard grip tape and expensive sushi, all whilst eating mum'…
 
Lennie and I became California girls for a couple of weeks and took Table Manners to La La Land! Thanks to Virgin Atlantic, we travelled in style and documented our journey in the air! We recorded part of this special episode at 35,000 feet. Two weeks of food, drinks, guests and palm trees! Table Manners the Los Angeles Affairs begins this Wednesda…
 
I’ve admired the wonderful chef Thomasina Miers for a long time so we were thrilled to welcome her to Table Manners. Tommi kindly brought pud, but before we devoured her delicious chocolate cake with tequila and chilli, we discussed food activism, the importance of soil, Chefs for Schools, eating seasonally, food education & how to cook the perfect…
 
Greek-Cypriot comedian, actor, writer and all round brilliant funny guy Jamie Demetriou joins us on Table Manners this week. Over a rather delightful butternut squash galette (if I say so myself) and few other overzealous dishes in an attempt to wow the vegetarian, we talk about cooking for himself as a child, his dad being a chef, the importance o…
 
This week we welcome American DJ & superstar record producer Diplo to Clapham. We talk all about him growing up in Florida, eating endless amounts of shrimp, growing his own Avocados, eating canned food as a child & how to make the most of an all-you-can-eat buffet. Chatting over a delicious cheese & charcuterie board (to be discussed in the pod!) …
 
We did EVERYTHING in our power to get this guy in mum's kitchen, but covid had other ideas…however - the man, the legend, THE Michael Buble joins us on Table Manners on Zoom this week and he did not disappoint. We spoke about Michael’s discovery of Dishoom in London, his Nonna’s red sauce risotto, Sunday BBQs in Buenos Aires, how he met his wife, h…
 
AD. Thanks to PayPal we’re serving up an extra episode this week – a special bonus ep with the wonderful Candice Brathwaite who joins us to talk about her recent mission in empowering and encouraging people to open up conversations about money. In this honest podcast, we talk about her Carribean heritage, Saturday soup, her love of oysters & seafoo…
 
On today's special episode we speak to Ukrainian chef and activist Olia Hercules and Russian chef, podcaster and writer Alissa Timoshkina. Olia and Alissa are best friends who have joined forces and set up #CookforUkraine, a culinary campaign encouraging people to cook traditional Ukrainian and eastern European food to raise money to support the hu…
 
We have wanted this woman since the start of Table Manners.. she’s been on the hit list since day one and finally, we have her! The one, the only, Dame Joanna Lumley popped over to Clapham for a vegetable pie & some poached pears and it was quite frankly, absolutely fabulous. Joanna talks to us about growing up in India, being addicted to limes, he…
 
Bleary eyed after our big win, we welcomed our first AC12 guest, Steve Arnott.. better known as Martin Compston onto Table Manners. As Line of Duty’s biggest fan, mum was in her element serving up delicious lamb & pistachio and only slightly disappointed not to hear an Essex accent from our Scottish guest. We talk to Martin about his obsession with…
 
In September 2020, the government of India approved a series of agricultural acts, often referred to as the “Farm Bills.” What was proposed threatened to change the state of agriculture in India forever, and thus, inspired a long farmers' protest that is only just coming to a conclusion (thanks to a recent announcement that confirms the laws have b…
 
We have a living legend on the podcast this week, Mr Elvis Costello OBE! Jessie was in charge of cooking this time so Lennie was relaxed and raring to go. We talk about his musical family background, meeting his wife Diana Krall for the first time in front of an audience of millions, eating his mum’s Goulash as a child & paying for his first guitar…
 
Thanks to the cool-ification of Indian food, traditional ingredients from the subcontinent, like turmeric and ghee, are now repackaged and resold in Western and Westernized markets as if they were “new” discoveries. Cleaned up, minimalistic design labels are often employed to give the familiar and unfamiliar look, and conceal what one can argue is …
 
And just like that, we are BACK! LIVE from my new kitchen, finally - Clapham, we’re out, New Cross, we’re in! And what better way to kick off the series than to spend a tequila- fuelled afternoon with today’s guest James Nesbitt (this may become a habit in this series, just call me José). Mum and I are huge fans of James, so we’re thrilled to final…
 
Beginning with a brief history of Tibetans in exile, this episode explores how food can create imaginary homelands, even if it means that authenticity itself needs to be invented and reinvented. Three Tibetans in the diaspora, Jamyang Phuntsok, Tencho Gyatso, and Nima Dorjee, are the guests on this episode. Through conversations that range from per…
 
In 1947, the British finally left India after 300 years of colonial rule. They created many arbitrary borders as they left, the most prominent of which was the line that was to separate India from Pakistan. The aftermath of this divide resulted in the greatest migration in human history, as millions made their way across hundreds of miles in the ho…
 
The Mid-Day Meal feeds millions of schoolgoing Indian children daily, and has widely been considered one of India’s most successful welfare programs. Two economists who have been instrumental in its success, Jean Drèze and Reetika Khera, will uncover the history of this program, but also remind us that because what's on plates is always political, …
 
This episode flips the script on caste and food by celebrating and exploring the food practices of caste oppressed communities. Is there such a thing as “Dalit cuisine?” Do Dalit chefs and food enthusiasts accept this term? What are Dalit recipes, and how have they been archived and reproduced? Can food be a site of caste abolitionism? The two gues…
 
This episode presents a micro-history of contemporary Indian kitchen design, as told by Manju Sara Rajan, the editor of a prominent design magazine, and Madhav Raman, an award-winning architect in New Delhi. We look at what lies behind the urban, aspirational dream of two kitchens — one visible and one concealed — which has roots in a historical we…
 
Devi Sankaree Govender is no stranger to South African audiences. A power investigative journalist, she has spent 28 years of her life seeking out corruption, often putting her life in danger but always holding government, companies and individuals to account. After spending 18 years on Carte Blanche, Devi made the bold move to eTV and 18 months ag…
 
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