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13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Andrew Clarke. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Andrew Clarke, often where they are interviewed.

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13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Andrew Clarke. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Andrew Clarke, often where they are interviewed.

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Caribbean Holiday Traditions with Andrew Clarke of Braata Productions

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Holidays in the Caribbean are the best! In this episode, we discuss the festive holiday traditions with Andrew Clarke of Braata Productions. With Andrew’s expertise in sharing Caribbean traditions through performing arts, we not only exchange our favorite holiday traditions, but we talk about how the COVID global pandemic has impacted Braata as an organization, his journey in the performing arts sector, and more. 

Braata Productions is dedicated to giving Caribbean and Caribbean-American artistes a platform through which to showcase their work and talents. Allowing immigrants’ voices a chance for creative expression, their principal activities include theatre, music, and folk arts, in addition to education and community outreach. Braata’s goal is to rekindle an appreciation for Caribbean culture & heritage amongst Caribbeans and non-Caribbeans alike by engaging community members in New York and surrounding areas.

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Nov 16 2020 · 39mins
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October 2, 2020 - Linda Allard and Andrew Clarke

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October 2, 2020 - Linda Allard and Andrew Clarke
Oct 02 2020 · 11mins

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Inside a Current Agency Perspective of Sponsorship with Andrew Clarke - Agency Director at Octagon Australia - Ep 86

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At Octagon, their purpose is, “to create work that earns attention. Through smart partnerships and generous ideas -- always built around the stuff your audience really loves -- we help you compete for, capture, and ultimately earn the attention of those who matter most to you.”

In these current times, it could be argued that that is more important than ever and it aligns very nicely with what we so often talk about on this show, that sponsorship is about brands accessing an audience that they would otherwise not be able to or as easily be able to access.

Octagon understands that we live in a world where time is our most precious commodity and that audiences’ patience has never been shorter. As an industry, sponsorship has never had to work harder to gain the attention of the people we are trying to reach. The way Octagon see it, “ … there’s two ways to go about it. Attention is either bought. Or it’s earned”. We all know which one sponsorship truly seeks to achieve!

Joining us on the show, to give us a current agency perspective of sponsorship, is Andrew Clarke, Agency Director at Octagon Australia.

Andrew is an integrated marketing specialist with 17 fun-filled years of creativity and problem solving under his belt. He’s seen life from both client and agency sides and he always like to present a balanced picture to lead projects and the Octagon Australia team.

He believes people’s passions will change the world we live in, and helping brands find a unique role in this equation, whether through sport, entertainment, culture, or causes is what motivates him.

Also joining us is Daniel Collier-Hill, KORE’s Commercial Director – APAC, who has kicked of a three-part blog series which focuses on hacking sponsorship and he joins us to discuss part 1, Planning for the Return.

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Aug 08 2020 · 1hr 1min
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The Disruptive Restaurateur - Andrew Clarke co-founder Pilot Light Campaign

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Episode 27 - Jon, The Disruptive Restaurateur, speaks to Andrew Clarke, chef, restaurateur and co-founder of pilot light campaign helping chefs with mental health.

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May 01 2020 · 1hr 2mins

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35 | Mental Health in the Kitchen with Andrew Clarke

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Mental health in the hospitality industry has become more recognised and spoken about in recent years. Andrew Clarke, chef and mental health ambassador, is working with restaurants to build spaces where people can share their struggles in a nurturing environment. Going through his own bout of depression a few years ago he began the hard work on himself. Now he wants to share his experience and to create a healthier and more fulfilling work-life for those in the same position...

Feb 29 2020 · 1hr 25mins
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Ep 6: Andrew Clarke - Top London Chef, St Leonards Restaurant

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Andrew Clarke is chef-director at the St Leonards and Brunswick House restaurants in London. The food he creates are delectable pieces of art.

After an abrupt social media ‘hiatus’ at the beginning of the year Andrew, took some time to focus on his restaurants and gather some introspective. He has come back online and in life, fighting - being the latest recipient and winner of the “Innovation Award” at The Craft Guild of Chefs Awards this year and a nominee of the Estrella Damm National Restaurant of the year awards.

A self proclaimed 'reluctant' chef, Andrew shares how a pivotal life-changing incident lead him on a journey through mental illness that taught him how to deal with and succeed despite such setbacks.

It’s no wonder that he is also the founder of a very successful "Pilot Light campaign" which was born out of his direct experience devoted to combatting the stigma surrounding mental health in hospitality specifically and having a profound impact.

You don’t want to miss this episode – to get in to the mind of a determined person who not only creates some of the UK’s most beautiful and innovative dishes, but also has a passion to help others who struggle with the ever increasing pressures of todays society through his own experience. I hope that you can apply some of his wisdom to your life, career and doing what you love!

Oct 20 2019 · 53mins
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2:05 Andrew Clarke (part 2): Being on mission.

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This episode is a conversation with Andrew Clarke from Garioch Church. Andrew is now also the CMD lead for the Baptist Union as well as head of the Northern Hub of the Scottish Baptist College

This is our second conversation with Andrew.  In this conversation we press further into Andrew's understanding of what it means for a church and for individual followers of Jesus to be on mission. 

The MigCast is hosted by Glenn Innes and is a production of the Mission Initiative Group of the Baptist Union of Scotland. 

The conference mentioned is our Innovation Conference which will take place on November 26th at Easterhouse Baptist Church. Booking will open soon on scottishbaptist.com

Organisations mentioned in this episode:

Garioch Church

Resources mentioned in this episode:

The Bible Project

Fruitfulness on the Frontline

Oct 04 2019 · 37mins
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2:04 Andrew Clarke on planting a different kind of church

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This episode is a conversation with Andrew Clarke from Garioch Church. 

This is the first of two conversations with Andrew.  In this conversation he retells the story of how Garrioch Church was established 12 years ago and reflects on the journey, the lessons learned and how some of those lessons may well be more widely applicable across Scotland and the wider Baptist Union.

The MigCast is hosted by Glenn Innes and is a production of the Mission Initiative Group of the Baptist Union of Scotland. 

The conference mentioned is our Innovation Conference which will take place on November 26th at Easterhouse Baptist Church. Booking will open soon on scottishbaptist.com    Organisations mentioned in this episode:

Garioch Church

Resources mentioned in this episode:

The Bible Project 

Sep 02 2019 · 40mins
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ep 164 - Wilderness Festival chefs special with Andrew Clarke and Yossi Elad

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This week we have a special podcast recorded by editor Laura at Wilderness Festival, in Oxfordshire where she catches up with two of the chefs hosting feasts at the festival. We hear from Andrew Clarke of St Leonard’s in Shoreditch about the joys of live fire cooking, his own battles with mental health and why cooking and being a chef saved his life. Then Laura talks to Yossi Elad co-founder of The Palomar in London about Israeli cooking, his incredible 40 year career and why he can’t quite retire yet.

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Aug 09 2019 · 41mins
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Yes Chef | Andrew Clarke

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The final season of Yes Chef episode two is here already, but don't fear, we've got a goodie for you. He's one of the pair behind St Leonards and Chef Director at Brunswick House, Andrew Clarke. Food wasn't Andrew Clarke's first love, with a career in music first carved out ahead of him, although he's done alright having had stints at Marco Pierre White, St John, Wild Honey, Arbutus, The Square, Anchor & Hope, Salt Yard and is a prominent name at Meatopia.


Besides being a chef Andrew heads up Pilot Light, an initiative that works to improve mental health in the restaurant industry. So let's go tackle cooking, guitars, mental health and pig's blood. Bon App. 


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May 23 2019 · 1hr 11mins
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