Welcome to Episode 30 of the Off ‘Off Menu Podcast' Podcast, with the rundown of Cerys Matthews’ menu. Listen for discussions on the problem of celebrities stepping outside of their career, why wraps get a good wrap while loaves aren’t loved, Dan enlightens Jon on when a group of Iranians came to stay, a shout out to those removing poop lines, and a hot debate on which is better, scones or Welsh cakes? Jingles written and performed by Dan and Jon Gilbert, Edited by Jon Gilbert. Artwork by Dan Gilbert.
Cette semaine, focus sur le festival de Gregory Porter et Cerys Matthews : The Cheltenham Jazz Festival ! La prochaine édition se déroulera du 27 avril au 2 mai 2022. En attendant, Jamie sélectionne pour vous les meilleurs concerts des années passées et interview la chanteuse co-organisatrice de l'évènement Cerys Matthews. Playlist : Kansas Smitty’s Band & Clare Teal - Movin On’ (Live At Cheltenham 2018) Ron Carter - A Feeling Ayanna Witter-Johnson - Unconditionally (Live At Cheltenham 2021) Billie Holiday - God Bless The Child Raffy Bushman - Abraham Louis Armstrong - What A Wonderful WorldZara McFarlane - FishermanRachael Cohen - Riggins, Higgins?Chick Webb & Ella Fitzgerald - Undecided Tim Garland & Jason Rebello - Traveller (Live At Cheltenham 2021) Jordan Rakei - Say Something Jamie Cullum & Gregory Porter - Gran Torino (Live At Cheltenham 2012)
You’ll know Cerys Matthews from her hit songs with Catatonia and her radio presenting on Radio 2 and 6 Music and on the TV. Steve Abbott is her husband, agent and manager How was Tom Jones involved in bringing them together? What was stuck in Cerys' teeth that confused her vegetarian husband to be? And what advice did Led Zepplin manager Peter Grant offer to Steve on affairs of the heart? Steve reminisces about the influence of Johnnie Walker on his early musical heritage. And Johnnie shares a romantic story about his early relationship with Tiggy. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram and Subscribe to get a new episode every Wednesday. Tiggy Walker - Twitter Tiggy Walker - Instagram Johnnie Walker - Twitter Music mentioned in this episode: The Day After Forever - Paul Kelly Doris Duke - I Don’t Care Anymore Snooks Eaglin –Brown Skin Woman Snooks Eaglin – Careless Love Snooks Eaglin Country Boy Down in New Orleans Al Stewart – Year of the Cat David Bowie – Hunky Dory John Prine – All the Way with You Stevie Wonder – Innervisions Stevie Wonder – Living for the City Stevie Wonder – Songs in the Key of Life George Mc Crae – Rock Your Baby Brian Protheroe - Pinball Beethoven - Cantatas Carl Malcolm – Fatty Bum Bum
This week Jimi and Alison meet musician, author and broadcaster Cerys Matthews. Cerys rose to fame with Welsh rock band Catatonia and is now best known for her hugely popular shows on BBC Radio 6 Music and BBC Radio 2. In this episode of Life on a Plate she shares her childhood memories of foraging, explains how every meal we eat is seasoned with history and culture – and reveals the one dish she thinks should be banned forever!Cerys’s cookbook, Where the Wild Cooks Go, is out now. You can follow her on Instagram @cerys6music and Twitter @cerysmatthews.To find out more about the show, go to waitrose.com/podcast.Host: Jimi FamurewaCo-host: Alison OakerveeProducer: Sera BerksoyExecutive Producer: Nikki DuffyAssistant Producer: Leah HyslopEditor: Nathan CopelinA John Brown production for Waitrose & Partners See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Cerys Matthews: Mrs Ellis and Mrs Bowen, poetry, music, and jumpers catching fire | #4
My Best Teacher
In this episode of the My Best Teacher podcast from Tes we chat to music legend Cerys Matthews. She tells us about:The teachers who inspired her - in more ways than oneHer love of poetry and the spoken wordHow learning the recorder opened up a world of musicWhy cigarettes and acrylic jumpers don't mix
We Come From The Sun (w/ Cerys Matthews and Adam Horovitz) - The Loudcast
Hello, hello, hello! On this episode of The Loudcast Kevin is joined by two amazing guests, Cerys Matthews and Adam Horovitz, to discuss the amazing new album ‘We Come From The Sun.’ The album features 10 incredible UK-based poets, including Adam, and musical scoring by Hidden Orchestra! We also have Adam’s track ‘A House Built From Cloth’ for you to check out and another Return to Form video featuring Callum O’Dwyer & Hannah Lavery. You can listen to the full album ‘We Come From The Sun’ right here: https://open.spotify.com/album/7qfE4L Links from the Show Cerys' Twitter - https://twitter.com/cerysmatthews Cerys' Website - http://cerysmatthews.co.uk/ Cerys' BBC Radio 6 show - https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00llg30 Adam’s Thunder Mutters podcast - https://the-thunder-mutters.captivate (also available on Spotify) Adam’s music and poetry project Little Metropolis on Bandcamp - https://littlemetropolis.bandcamp.com Adam’s most recent book - https://palewellpress.co.uk/Books-Nat Music by Hidden Orchestra - http://www.hiddenorchestra.com Album Cover Artist Val - http://sculptureval.com/en/about/ ‘Everything is going to be All Right’ by Derek Mahon - https://www.poetrybooks.co.uk/blogs/news/poem-a-day-everything-is-going-to-be-all-right Host - Kevin Mclean - https://twitter.com/kevoutloud Producer - Mark Gallie - https://twitter.com/ZaJollyGinger Researcher - Katie Ailes - https://twitter.com/KatieAiles Support us: Redbubble: https://tinyurl.com/LoudBubble Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/IAmLoud Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IAmLoud Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/IAmLoudPro Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/IAmLoudPro
SIM Ep 462 Chops 192: Cerys Matthews and the origin of the croissant (among other things)
Standard Issue Podcast
Cerys Matthews – singer, songwriter, author, broadcaster and indisputable champion of unusual sounds on the radio (hello yodelling!) – chats to journalist Hazel Davis about all manner of things in this week’s Sunday Chops. Wide-ranging topics include why Cerys isn’t a nurse, the lost opportunities of the pub, growing up singing, cuisine and where it comes from, and why you should always make time to poo. Oh, and they also talk about her new collaborative album, We Are From The Sun, a gorgeous, lyrical album in which ten poets read to shape-shifting arrangements from Cerys and Hidden Orchestra.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/standardissuespodcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Discover more: https://www.ancientmarinerbigread.com/reading/20 Reader Cerys Matthews Singer + Author Recorded at the Stags Head, Fitzrovia, London --- And soon I heard a roaring wind: It did not come anear; But with its sound it shook the sails, That were so thin and sere. The upper air burst into life! And a hundred fire-flags sheen, To and fro they were hurried about! And to and fro, and in and out, The wan stars danced between. And the coming wind did roar more loud, And the sails did sigh like sedge, And the rain poured down from one black cloud; The Moon was at its edge. The thick black cloud was cleft, and still The Moon was at its side: Like waters shot from some high crag, The lightning fell with never a jag, A river steep and wide. --- You can find the Ancient Mariner Big Read here: https://www.ancientmarinerbigread.com/ --- Copyright: The Arts Institute, University of Plymouth. The Ancient Mariner Big Read is not for profit and cannot be sold, either as a whole or in part, without permission from The Arts Institute, University of Plymouth, UK.