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Inspired by the legendary BBC show, each month our own Layover Talks: Desert Island edition invites a member of the Butchershop® Global crew who's ready to spend the rest of their lives in an unknown land. Through the entertainment content they choose to bring along for their stay, we will get to know our guest more intimately.
 
Welcome to Desert Island Dishes, the weekly podcast where chef Margie Nomura talks to a special guest about the dishes that have shaped their lives.Here you will find conversations with a whole range of different people discussing their 7 Desert Island Dishes. We will find out about their favourite childhood dishes, the dishes they eat the most often, and the dishes that mean the most to them. And of course we will also discover what their last dish would be before being cast off to the dese ...
 
You’re invited to the Desert Island Society, where Madeline and Xander ask and answer the classic question… If you were taken to a desert island, what would you bring? From 80’s synth songs and dystopian video games to pizza toppings and family board games, we’re getting pretty specific about what’s coming with us. So, what are you bringing?
 
You are marooned a desert island with a few books and records. Fast forward three years. You now rule the island with an iron fist. But what laws will you enact? What will you ban? Each week, comedian Jacob Hatton interviews a new castaway from the worlds of science, journalism, politics and entertainment and asks them about their own personal island. Will it be a utopia or a nightmare?
 
In each episode of Desert Island Risks, we talk to industry leaders in the real assets space to hear about the risks and rewards behind their success. Whether setting up their own business, taking a chance on the market or backing people over numbers, we explore the lessons learned throughout our guest's careers. Unlike our namesake, we don't play any music to accompany each interview, instead sharing sound clips from friends, colleagues and confidants of our speakers who were impacted along ...
 
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David Harewood is a British actor and presenter who found global fame playing the CIA director David Estes in the acclaimed TV drama series Homeland. He was the first black actor to play Othello at the National theatre in 1997 and took the role of Martin Luther King in the Olivier award-winning play The Mountaintop in 2009.David was born in Birming…
 
Olivia Crandall is a Senior Copywriter at Butchershop® Global. Olivia’s thoughts can be found on different parts of the internet, whether it's a reality TV recap on "Vulture", behind the voice of a brand, or in her own newsletter where she muses about pressing topics like snackcakes. A fierce feminist whose words only get sharper with each line. Fr…
 
My guest today is Sally Clarke Sally has been described as the unsung hero of British food, and her cooking a masterclass in simplicity. She was just 14 when she envisaged the restaurant that she would one day open and this year Clarkes celebrates it’s 37th year. Despite the prevailing fad for Nouvelle Cuisine at the time she opened in December 198…
 
Ellie Simmonds has competed at four Paralympic Games, winning five gold medals and breaking world records on the way. She first came to national attention at the age of 13, when she won two golds at the Beijing 2008 Paralympics, and became the youngest person ever to be awarded an MBE a few months later. Ellie is the youngest of five children and w…
 
Bradley Walsh is a familiar face to many millions of TV viewers, as the host of quiz shows including The Chase and Blankety-Blank, and as an actor in dramas such as Doctor Who and The Larkins.Bradley was born in Watford and after leaving school at 16 he was apprenticed to the local Rolls-Royce factory as a jet engineer. A keen footballer, he signed…
 
Fiona Hill is a foreign affairs specialist who advised Presidents George W Bush, Barack Obama and Donald Trump. She came to wider public attention in 2019 when she testified against President Trump during his first impeachment.Fiona was born in Bishop Auckland, County Durham. Her father was a former coal miner who worked as a hospital porter and he…
 
My guest today is Ravneet Gill Ravneet is fast becoming one of the best known pastry chefs of her generation. After completing a psychology degree, she studied at Le Cordon Bleu before working her way up the ranks in different pastry sections at some of the best restaurants in London - most notably, St. John, Llewelyn's, and Wild by Tart. Ravneet p…
 
My guest today is Daphne Oz. Daphne is an Emmy Award-winning television host, New York Times best selling author, chef, and entrepreneur focused on the worlds of food, beauty, wellness, fashion and media. She also happens to be the mother of four children proving that you can have a very successful career and be a present mother. Daphne is the elde…
 
Kirsty Young's castaway this week is George Michael, in a programme first broadcast in 2007. As a singer and songwriter he has enjoyed massive global success for a quarter of a century. He's sold more than 100 million records, won two Grammy awards and notched up countless number one hits.His ability to write, produce, and perform perfect pop songs…
 
Kirsty Young talks to June Brown, in a programme first broadcast in 2017. June died at the age of 95 on 3rd April 2022. June enjoyed a very long acting career, initially on stage, and she was best known for her role as the long-suffering chain-smoking Dot Cotton (later Dot Branning) in the BBC TV soap EastEnders. She joined EastEnders on a three-mo…
 
My guest today is Ella Risbridger Author, writer and cook , in her own words: sometimes a journalist and other things too Described by The Times as "the most talented new cookbook writer of a generation", Her debut, Midnight Chicken (& Other Recipes Worth Living For), was published by Bloomsbury in January 2019 and won praise from Nigella Lawson, N…
 
Gabs Sánchez is a Digital Project Manager at Butchershop® Global. Whether it is a new site, app or a little cactus, Gabs loves to help things grow. An emotional professional football player who puts camaraderie and love at the center of his values. From professional football fields to BC headquarters and back to your garden, Gabs makes every one of…
 
Dan is joined by writer, editor, model and public speaker Jamie Windust. They roll up their sleeves and get stuck right into the process of choosing the worst people and things to be stuck with on a desert island with. Fortunately for you, the dickishness of the choices is inversely proportional to the funniness of the podcast, so it's a very enjoy…
 
Jens Stoltenberg is the Secretary General of NATO and a former Prime Minister of Norway. Although he was born into a political family in Norway, he grew up thinking he would become a statistician, before turning to a career in politics. He served as the Prime Minister of Norway twice. During his second term, Norway experienced one of the darkest da…
 
My guest today is Giles Coren Giles is a food writer and TV presenter. He has been a restaurant critic and columnist for the Times newspaper for the last 17 years. He has been Described as Britains Most Powerful Food Critic. His career has been rich and illustrious. He has written books, presented TV series, written columns and hosted radio shows. …
 
Today Dan is joined by none other than Nigel Ng, best-known for his character Uncle Roger. Today though he's here as himself, which is fine by us, as he's a very funny standup comedian, and has some great choices for the worst people and things to be stuck with on a desert island. Listen good suckers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out i…
 
Winnie Byanyima is a human rights advocate and executive director of Unaids, the joint UN Programme which was set up to eradicate Aids as a threat to public health by 2030.Winnie was born in the village of Ruti, in south west Uganda, where her teacher parents raised her and her siblings to follow their example of doing good things for others. From …
 
Hello! We are back with a brand new season! I missed you all! My guest today is Pierre Koffman. Often described as one of the greatest chefs of all time. A living legend. He has been a chef for over 50 years. His list of achievements are basically too long to mention. Born in the South West of France in 1948 he didn’t grow up dreaming of becoming a…
 
Alan Cumming's wide-ranging career on stage includes playing Hamlet, starring opposite Daniel Radcliffe in Samuel Beckett’s Endgame and – perhaps most notably - taking the role of the Emcee in the musical Cabaret in London and New York to great acclaim: his 1998 Broadway performance won seven awards, including a Tony. He’s also appeared in films in…
 
Robert Plant is a singer and songwriter who was Led Zeppelin’s frontman from the band’s inception in 1968 until it disbanded in 1980. Led Zeppelin sold hundreds of millions of albums and in their heyday acquired a reputation for unbridled rock ‘n’ roll hedonism. Since 1980 Robert has gone on to achieve success as a solo artist and has collaborated …
 
Oti Mabuse is a dancer, choreographer and TV talent show judge. She has enjoyed great success on the BBC show Strictly Come Dancing and is one of only two professional dancers to win the glitterball trophy twice.Oti was born in South Africa in 1990, the year that Nelson Mandela was released from prison, and dance was a central part of her life from…
 
Caroline Jones is a Senior Designer at Butchershop® Global. If the work rings retro or infuses strong pops of color, Caroline might be the culprit. Caroline grew up in Dallas before moving to San Francisco, where she draws a lot of inspiration from the city’s architecture. A self-proclaimed enemy of the 80’s aesthetic and critic of other creative i…
 
Looking for the latest episode? New episodes of Desert Island Discs will now be available first on BBC Sounds for four weeks before other podcast apps.If you haven’t already, you can download the BBC Sounds app to listen to the Desert Island Discs podcast first.BBC Sounds is also available in lots of other places. Find us on your voice device or sm…
 
Professor Nick Webborn has chaired the British Paralympic Association since 2017. He is a world-leading expert on Paralympic sports medicine and the most widely-published author on the subject. He has attended 11 Paralympic and one Olympic Games. He was born in Swansea in 1956, trained as a doctor in London and joined the RAF as a junior medical of…
 
Anne Tyler is a novelist and short story writer. Her 23 novels include the Accidental Tourist, Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant and the Pulitzer Prize-winning Breathing Lessons. Anne was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1941, the oldest of four children. Her parents were Quakers and the family lived in a succession of Quaker communities in the So…
 
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