30: Helping kids bounce back after lockdown with Nadiya Hussain, Joe Wicks, Linda Blair and Tracey Stone
Sweat, Snot & Tears
Don't miss this extra special episode of SS&T as we explore how best we can help our kids get back to some kind of new normal after a year in and out of lockdowns. Annie and Wendy are joined by fellow parents Nadiya Hussain, Joe Wicks PLUS Clinical Psychologist for Netmums, Linda Blair, and Head of Parent Support, Health Visitor Tracey Stone.
In this episode Gaby chats to the hugely talented cook, writer & presenter Nadiya Hussain MBE. They talk about her gorgeous cookbooks, most recently ‘Nadiya Bakes’ and her sweet children’s book ‘My Monster & Me’. She talks openly about her relationship with her mother, her own parenting and baking during lockdown. You’ll also hear about her incredible work helping to dispel myths about mental health in the Bangladeshi community. Plus, what it was like to bake for The Queen and a very sweet story about why Mary Berry is now The Queen in their household! Produced by Cameo Productions, music by Beth Macari. Join the conversation on Instagram and Twitter @gabyroslin #thatgabyroslinpodcast
Rob Beckett and Josh Widdicombe's Lockdown Parenting Hell
ROB BECKETT & JOSH WIDDICOMBE'S 'LOCKDOWN PARENTING HELL' S02 EP17: Nadiya HussainJoining us in the studio this episode to discuss the highs and lows of parenting (and life) during the lockdown and beyond is the brilliant chef, author, and presenter, Nadiya Hussain.Enjoy. Rate and Review. Thanks. xxx If you want to get in touch with the show here's how:EMAIL: Hello@lockdownparenting.co.ukTWITTER: @lockdownparent INSTAGRAM: @lockdown_parentingA 'Keep It Light Media' Production Sales, advertising, and general enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Great British Bake Off’s Nadiya Hussain on Confidence & Mayo Mashed Potatoes
For The Love With Jen Hatmaker Podcast
We’ve got a crush on this series and everyone in it—because FOOD! For the Love of Food, Part 2 is cooking up something new this week as we move into BAKING with a member of the royal family of baking itself—The Great British Bake Off’s Nadiya Hussain! Nadiya is not only the Mary Poppins of baking, she’s also hosting a brand-new show on Netflix that’ll be your brand-new happy place, and it’s called—what else?—Nadiya Bakes. Nadiya reveals why she never turned on an oven or baked anything until her 20s, why her husband sent in an application to Bake Off without her knowing (!), and how she learned to be confident in the kitchen and how to keep saying yes to new opportunities. Nadiya shows us that baking doesn’t have to be Bake Off-level perfect to bring people together, and promises our mashed potatoes would be better if we just added a bit of mayo to the mix (we’ll take her word for it!). * * * Thank you to our sponsors! Best Fiends | Download FREE today on the Apple App Store or Google Play. Betterhelp | Get 10% off your first month by visiting betterhelp.com/forthelove. Rothy’s | Check out all the amazing shoes—and bags! and masks!—available right now at Rothys.com/FORTHELOVE
Nadiya Hussain MBE rose to fame after winning The Great British Bake Off back in 2015. She talks to Rachel and Alice about the way her life has changed since then and how the abuse that she faced as a child inspired her to be a force for change.Get The Times free for a month: thetimes.co.uk/pastimperfectSamaritans: www.samaritans.orgBlueprint for All: www.blueprintforall.orgThe Survivors Trust: www.thesurvivorstrust.orgProducer: Ben MitchellSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Season 1 Episode 3: Nadiya Hussain And Pickling Everything
Brown Baby Podcast
This week's guest is Nadiya Hussain, MBE. She is the author of six recipe books, the most recent being the delicious Nadiya Bakes. She has written a novel, a picture book and a memoir as well as hosting her own television shows on the BBC. She is one of the most gloriously kind and generous and warm hearted people in the world. She talks to Nikesh about establishing boundaries during lockdown, what it's like being an 'icon, her childhood kitchen and what her kids do in the kitchen.How do we raise our kids with joy and wonder in uncertain and – let’s face it – increasingly bleak times?This is the question explored in weekly podcast Brown Baby, hosted by writer (and dad of two) Nikesh Shukla. Inspired by his forthcoming memoir, Brown Baby: A Memoir of Race, Family and Home, each week Nikesh invites fellow parents of brown babies - writers, musicians, chefs, comedians, actors and more - to talk about their parenting journeys and the highs and lows they’ve experienced along the way.A frank, funny and poignant look at parenting, Brown Baby will spark honest, self-effacing conversation about how we tell our kids about the world. Featuring parenting fails, plus the best (and worst) advice Nikesh and his guests have ever received, this is the comforting, uplifting podcast for anyone who’s ever found themselves searching for answers in a sleep-deprived Google hole.Buy Brown Baby: https://uk.bookshop.org/a/246/9781529032918Buy Nadiya Bakes: https://uk.bookshop.org/a/246/9780241396612Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/brown-baby Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/brown-baby.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In the very first episode of Life on a Plate, Jimi and Alison beam into the kitchen of Nadiya Hussain, trail-blazing winner of The Great British Bake Off 2015. A whirlwind of creativity, Nadiya has written five cookbooks, broadcast six TV series and even produced several children’s books since then, while also working to foster better public conversations about anxiety and mental health. As well as asking how she does it, Jimi and Alison talk to her about eating cake for the first time, overcoming fear and making space for a new generation of cooks and bakers. Nadiya’s new book Nadiya Bakes is out now and you can follow her on Instagram @nadiyajhussain and on Twitter @nadiya_officialTo find out more about the series go to waitrose.com/podcastHost: Jimi FamurewaCo-host: Alison OakerveeProducer: Sera BerksoyExecutive Producer: Nikki DuffyEditor: Nathan CopelinA John Brown production for Waitrose & PartnersSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In our very first episode of Grilling, Simon is joined by the one-and-only Nadiya Hussain. Nadiya rose to fame after winning The Great British Bake Off in 2015 - who can forget her Big Fat British Wedding cake? - and has since gone on to become a hugely popular TV presenter and author. In 2017, she was named by Debrett's as one of the 500 most influential people in the UK, which is quite the meteoric rise from her humble Luton origins. It's been an extraordinary journey. As they explore Nadiya's passion for food, she and Simon discuss the influence of her Bangladeshi origins on her cooking, her battles with mental health, and the pressures of being a role model as a Muslim woman. She also takes up our barbecue recipe challenge, and reveals her hidden gem of a foodie establishment - which can be found in Leeds market and sounds absolutely sensational!We're also giving away a state of the art Weber Grill in every single episode. For your chance to win, enter at weber.com/grilling.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's been five years since Nadiya Hussain left the Great British Bake Off tent victorious, inspiring and instilling confidence in wannabe bakers across the UK. In that time, Nadiya has presented eight TV series and a one off documentary and written 11 books. No surprise then that as a child Nadiya was academic, loved exams and says that in everything she's done in her life since, she has always strived to be the best she can possible be.Leyla Kazim sits down for a conversation with the baker from Luton who has become one of the UK's most beloved TV cooks to ask about her teenage years, her family life and the discrimination she's faced making her way in a majority white food industry. Along with her friend and fellow baker Tan France, she reflects on the significance of her winning the Great British Bake Off all those five years ago.Presented by Leyla Kazim.Produced by Clare Salisbury for BBC Audio in Bristol.
5: Nadiya Hussain reveals her plans to adopt a fourth child
Sweat, Snot & Tears
Since winning Bake Off, Nadiya Hussain, has become a national treasure and role model for mums wanting to tackle fresh challenges. Here she talks about her battles with anxiety, her plans for growing her family, how she made the decision to go public with her story of sexual abuse as a child, and why her family’s motto is ‘elbows out!’. Get your tissues ready for her answer to the ‘How do you want to be remembered’ question – THIS is why the world has fallen in love with Nadiya Hussain.