Anthony Bourdain was an American celebrity chef, author, and journalist but was probably mostly widely known for his book Kitchen Confidential and as the host of the travel documentary series, No Reservations, and Parts Unknown. Born in New York City, his career was widely regarded as that of a controversial and outspoken bad-boy-rock-star of the culinary world pulling no punches on his opinions, critiques, commentary and more about the world of food and its inhabitants. But behind the scenes Bourdain was a powerful journalist, philanthropist and advocate, working hard to address injustice and inequality in the areas of food culture, racism, immigration, and sexual harassment in the restaurant and entertainment worlds. Going back to 2011 for his first Talks at Google appearance along with the creative team of The Layover, here is Anthony Bourdain. Visit http://g.co/TalksAtGoogle/Bourdain to watch the video.
Our Best of the Decade series continues with two giants of the media world we lost too soon. Chef-turned-travel-host Anthony Bourdain took us around the world with CNN's 'Parts Unknown.' He died in 2018. David Carr was the media columnist for 'The New York Times.' He died in 2015. And linguist Geoff Nunberg reveals his word of the year.
30 Dec 2019
Episode 86: Anthony Bourdain (unaired interview from April 2014)
Andrew Talks to Chefs
A never-before-aired, recently rediscovered interview with Anthony Bourdain, whom we lost a year ago this week. On April 29, 2014, Tony was kind and generous enough to sit down over lunch with Andrew for a two-part conversation, covering everything from his early days as a cook to his transition to a writer and television icon, to coping with fame, meeting his idols, how the industry has changed over the years, and speaking his mind. Originally recorded for print use in a busy restaurant, the audio quality isn't world class (though we've doctored it to the best of our abilities), here's a rare chance to hear approximately 90 "new" minutes with one of the most influential and transformative figures the industry has ever known, in a very casual, relaxed dialogue. Hope it helps listeners remember a peak career moment in his life. Special thanks to Julia Sexton--a cook-turned-writer/editor who was inspired by Bourdain (as we all were)--for joining Andrew for the introduction. We encourage you to listen to Andrew and Julia's recollections and observations; actual interview begins about 33 minutes in. Cook free or die! Andrew Talks To Chefs is powered by Simplecast.
Our Season 10 Premiere features Neil deGrasse Tyson’s interview with Anthony Bourdain, recorded before his death in 2018. With co-host Sasheer Zamata, food scientist Guy Crosby, Natalia Reagan, hot sauce guru Noah Chaimberg, and “SciBabe” Yvette d'Entremont.NOTE: StarTalk All-Access subscribers can listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/all-access/food-science-and-culture-with-anthony-bourdain/Photo Credit: Brandon RoyalSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I Have to Ask: Anthony Bourdain: A Previously Unaired Conversation from 2017
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Anthony Bourdain—the late chef and author—talks about his mistakes, the #MeToo movement, and Harvey Weinstein.Email: email@example.comTwitter: @IHaveToAskPod Podcast production by Max Jacobs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Coffee. Yogurt. As a Mom. Anthony Bourdain discusses Harvey Weinstein and Mario Batali. Follow CarbfacePod on Instagram and TwitterFollow Sari (pronounced like Mary) Kamin on Twitter and subscribe to her podcast, The Morning After.
Our executive producer (and Laurie's boss) Anthony Bourdain stops by so Chris can demand an apology for getting attacked by monkeys. Later, Jen Agg talks about owning The Black Hoof, Grey Gardens, Rhum Corner, and Cocktail Bar in Toronto and Agrikol in Montreal, and her book, I Hear She's a Real Bitch, along with d*ck pics, vegan buttholes and ketchup chips.
Anthony Bourdain joined us to talk about the new season of his show Raw Crafts. Plus, Senator Ed Markey, Boston Globe's Brian McGrory, Juliette Kayyem, journalist EJ Dionne, and Alex Beam. (Full Show 11/15/17)