Master of fusion food and culinary pioneer Peter Gordon joins Jesse to talk about what he listens to, reads and watches when he's not being creative in the kitchen or finding more ways to support local food producers.
Peter Gordon (PG) 25 Years at the Eagle Radio, Breakfast Show Presenter, now the newly created ‘The Peter Gordon Pod’ The station launched with PG at the helm and the station began with the words “Hey I’ve Landed” a tribute to Neil Armstrong, and the first song played “Billy Joel – Uptown Girl” He remembers the days off his first ever broadcast on the air, and feeling very nervous, he has fond members of his time at the Eagle with loyal listeners and staff and what UKRD Group achieved. What was he like as a teenager, and what where the two artists, that were played on cassette tapes, non-stop as he began to learn his craft? You’re find out here. We talk about the ‘The Peter Gordon Pod’ with him and Bev, and Matt, that supports many charitable organisations, and the many unsung heroes across the region. Grab yourself a coffee, sit back and have a listen.
On this episode I am delighted to welcome Irish Landscape Photographer, Peter Gordon to The Bernard Geraghty Photography Podcast . 2020 has been a crazy year so it was nice to sit down and talk to someone like Peter who feels the same pain and frustration as me right now, not being able to travel and run workshops. Peter also talks about his work, his style, his projects and tells me his favourite place to shoot in Ireland right now. He was also kind enough to give me a Special Edition copy of his book Dublin Salt to give away to one lucky listener, tune in and find out how to enter. Please rate review & subscribe | Follow us on Instagram @bgphotopod | Join our private Facebook group bglandscapetours. Photo Workshops & Tours at www.bglandscapetours.ie
Peter Gordon returns to New Zealand to launch new social enterprise Homeland
The Sunday Session with Francesca Rudkin
After more than 30 years living in the UK, world-renowned Kiwi chef Peter Gordon has returned home to New Zealand.What has greeted him is an industry in crisis having been dealt a cruel blow by Covid-19.But Gordon and partner Alastair Carruthers have come to the rescue.An idea that has been brewing for a while, they have created Homeland, a social enterprise that Gordon and Carruthers are describing as a food embassy.This Thursday they open the doors of the Wynyard Quarter dining room to the public.Despite being busy preparing for launch, Gordon caught up with Francesca Rudkin to discuss how Homeland will work.LISTEN ABOVE
Episode 8 - Operation Knife Edge – Part II – Peter Gordon’s Story (October 1976) - Spoken Word
Hidden Histories of the Northern Ireland Troubles
I decided to do a reading of one of my short stories which I wrote during the summer. Hope you enjoy it.Operation Knife Edge – Part II – Peter Gordon’s Story (October 1976)https://gmulvenna.wordpress.com/2019/09/26/operation-knife-edge-part-ii-peter-gordons-story-october-1976/