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Episode 25 –Tim Hollingsworth OBE, CEO Sport England

The Wonderful People Podcast

In this episode:Hosts Dan Maudhub and Phil Jones are joined by Tim Hollingsworth OBE, CEO of Sport England. He shares his contagious passion for sport and inclusion, the role of digital and data in making sport more accessible, fond memories of the Rio Olympics, and a couple of his favourite anthems - listen to find out what makes Tim a Wonderful person.About this Wonderful Person:Tim Hollingsworth is the Chief Executive of Sport England, the agency responsible for delivering sport and physical activity at community and grassroots level across England. He has held the role since November 2018. For seven years prior to this, Tim was Chief Executive at the British Paralympic Association, the National Paralympic Committee for the United Kingdom.... Read more about Tim


5 Aug 2021

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Grilling and Fathers with Chef Tim Hollingsworth

Sniff Sip Repeat

Father's Day and summer are both just around the corner, so we're going to talk grilling and grilling wines as well as cooking with kids and urban farms!Our grilling expert guest is award-winning chef and restaurateur, Chef Tim Hollingsworth, known most recently for his Los Angeles restaurants Otium downtown and C.J. Boyd's Barbecue at the Field L.A. as well as for his previous tenure of 13 years at Thomas Keller's French Laundry, including four years as Chef de Cuisine. Tim wowed audiences worldwide when he won Netflix's global culinary competition on the series The Final Table, regaled us with inside stories about being filmed for the Pixar movie Ratatouille, and shares his tips for cooking with kids. As a fun Father's Day primer, we talk dream grilling setups and taste three wines from our collection and hear flavor notes and Tim's perfect pairings.We love food, we love grilling and of course, we love Father's Day. Wine is better when shared with family and friends, so this year we poured 2019 Finca del Marquesado Tempranillo Rioja as our red, 2019 Della Flora Organic Chardonnay as our white, and 2020 Lulu Le Francais as our rosé to offer you three great options for your Sunday cookout with Dad.Sniff Sip Repeat is brought to you by Wine Insiders, leaders in online wine. Wine Insiders makes buying great wine easy. Founded in 1982 as a club for California wine enthusiasts, Wine Insiders now offers high-quality wines from around the world for the best value and conveniently shipped to your door in just days. The collection is curated by a host of food and wine industry and lifestyle experts, such as Martha Stewart, Chef Geoffrey Zakarian, and Chef Ludo Lefebvre. Learn more about the wines or shop now to taste alongside our podcast guests.Visit http://www.wineinsiders.com to learn more.Sound effects obtained from https://www.zapsplat.com


16 Jun 2021

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E166: Tim Hollingsworth OBE

Unofficial Partner Podcast

Today we’re talking to Tim Hollingsworth OBE the Sport England chief executive and former chief executive of the British Paralympic Association (BPA). Tim leads Sport England’s mission to get us all moving, by investing government money in sport and physical activity. This gives him a perspective in to some really important questions, such as what’s the role of government in sport, what does it want sport to do, does the system of national governing bodies work as well as it should, are they able to respond to a fast changing culture in which it’s easier to order a pizza than book a tennis court. I ask him what Park Run has taught Sport England, whether Olympic gold medals are worth the cost and what the success of the Paralympic sport says about us as a country. To find out more about Sport England’s work, I’d point you to their recently published 10-year strategy document called Uniting the Movement, which we reference during out conversation. If you like the podcasts you’ll love the Unofficial Partner newsletter, that goes direct to the inbox of thousands of senior executives across the global sports business every Thursday. To join them, sign up via unofficialpartner.com 


25 May 2021

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OF EARTH by The Herbal Chef | Ep.2 - Tim Hollingsworth | Head Chef & Restaurateur - Otium

OF EARTH by The Herbal Chef

Hey, I'm Chris Sayegh the CEO and Head Chef of @the_herbal_chef. It's a pleasure to invite the award-winning chef and restaurateur, Tim Hollingsworth of Los Angeles to the show. "We're in an industry that doesn't have huge margins, and ultimately the systems that were in place for so many years are not the best systems. We need to think about the minimum wage, we need to think about rent structures, the tipping structures certainly.." Tim Hollingsworth sees a silver lining in the face of difficulty, an opportunity to improve the business model of restaurants across the industry. He hopes we can learn to make restaurants stronger than they were before. As always, thanks for listening. Follow @the_herbal_chef for updates on the podcast and what we are up to. You can learn more about Otium LA and Tim Hollingsworth here: Instagram - @cheftimhollingsworth @otiumla Online - https://otiumla.com/

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9 Oct 2020

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Tim Hollingsworth – Celebrating Luxury and Mundane Food

flavors unknown podcast

What we covered in this episode Chef Tim Hollingsworth shares how they are navigating through this current situation of the pandemic. It is a heavy cost to reopen a restaurant. Everybody needs to rethink what they're doing with the restrictions. Chef Tim Hollingsworth describes restaurant Otium as a more comfortable version of fine dining: both a neighborhood and a special occasions restaurant. He explains how could adapt his menu at Otium for a to-go-menu. Chef Tim Hollingsworth shares what is type of food brings him comfort at home. He talks about his recent partnership with Blue Apron and how different it is to create a menu for them than creating a menu for his restaurants or meals at home. Chef Tim Hollingsworth explains the reasons why he selected Los Angeles to launch his first restaurant. He describes the thirteen years he has spent at the French Laundry and what he has learned from his mentor, Chef Thomas Keller. Chef Tim Hollingsworth talks about his engagement in social media and especially their YouTube channel. We talk about his approach to create a new dish. Series of rapid-fire questions. Link to the podcast episode on Apple Podcast Links to other episodes in Los AngelesBrad Miller - Amazing Food TrucksAlison Trent - The Future is Collaboration#gallery-3 { margin: auto; } #gallery-3 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 25%; } #gallery-3 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-3 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */Chef Tim HollingsworthMalfouf (stuffed cabbage rolls)Roasted ChickenCocktails @OtiumSubmitted questions from podcast listenersThe top cookbooks that inspired Chef Tim Hollingsworth?The French Laundry Cookbook. Great Chefs of France. The Flavor Bible. I think people should buy books in different genres and kind of exhaust them a little bit. So whether it be I'm into Indian cooking and you pick out five Indian cook books and you sort of read through them and learn from them and make a few dishes in each and see the differences. Learn about a type of cuisine at that moment. Click to tweetFor a lot of the restaurants, it is time to really rethink the model of a restaurant is today. Click To TweetThis goes against what I do for a living to a certain extent, but, it's very important for people to eat at home together and have nice meals. You've seen a lot of restaurants pivot and offer those offerings to their guests. Click To TweetWe've seen that takeout game definitely stepped up by some of my peers that have really executed great quality products and meals. Click To TweetBlue Apron offers the ability to get in front of people and encourage them to cook at home. Click To TweetWhat you're looking for is designing food that is going to challenged people to a certain extent. Introduce them to new flavors that maybe they haven't been exposed to before. Click To TweetWhen you start at the French Laundry, it's a very tough environment. You are not there for a job, you're there to get better every single day. Click To TweetThe number one lesson that I have learned from Chef Thomas Keller is the constant push and drive and that nothing is ever perfect, and second, his ability to help develop chefs versus just cooks. Click To TweetSocial mediaChef Tim HollingsworthInstagramFacebookTwitterLinkedinLinks mentioned in this episodeOtiumFreePlay DTLAC.J. BoydsHollingsworth House YouTube ChannelThe French LaundryBlue Apron

1hr 6mins

18 Aug 2020

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Celebrated Chef Tim Hollingsworth Serves Up Hot Tips For Success!

Always Evolving with Coach Mike Bayer

After spending years as Chef de Cuisine at the illustrious French Laundry in Northern California, Chef Tim Hollingworth, left the famed restaurant to carve his own path and become a restauranteur. Opening Otium, one of LA’s hot spots, and C.J.Boyd’s Fried Chicken to rave reviews, in March, like everyone else in the world, he was hit hard with bad news. Due to Covid19, he was forced to shutter his restaurants and lay off almost his entire staff. Yet, with an amazing work ethic – Tim decided once again, it was time to roll up his sleeves and pivot. Chef Tim reveals to Coach Mike a transformation is in the works as he plans to take his fine-dining experience and create a take-out extravaganza.   Have you ever felt defeated or crushed with despair? If you have ever faced a huge loss, listen to today’s podcast about reinvention and resilience. Tim, who climbed to the top of his field with sheer grit and fierce determination, will inspire you to stay positive, surround yourself with successful people and never let failure define you. Instagram.com/coachmikebayer Twitter.com/coachmikebayer Facebook.com/coachmikebayer Tiktok.com/@coachmikebayer Instagram.com/stage29podcasts Twitter.com/stage29podcasts Facebook.com/Stage29Podcasts Timothyhollingsworth.com Instagram.com/cheftimhollingsworth Twitter.com/chef_timothy Facebook.com/ChefTimothyHollingsworth Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


4 Aug 2020

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TaAF Talks...to Sport England Chief Executive Tim Hollingsworth about leadership and culture change

Together an Active Future Podcast

Well, here it is folks, the big one, where TaAF Talks got their hands on the Chief Executive of Sport England.Hear Tim Hollingsworth, along with his new best friends Ken and Jamie, talk about shifting organisational cultures, the values and skills we need in leaders to drive change and how a Masters degree in drama qualifies a person to lead Sport England!


16 Mar 2020

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Episode 33: Tim Hollingsworth (Chef) On Japan & Korea

Great Adventures

Chef Tim Hollingsworth (Netflix’s "The Final Table") drops by to talk about how after sharpening his skills at Thomas Keller’s The French Laundry he took trips to France and South Korea to expand his palate. Please support more conversations like this by hitting the subscribe button, checking out our sponsors, and leaving a quick review on Apple Podcasts. Let me know who you want to hear from next. Look out for upcoming episodes with Navy SEAL Jocko Willink, biologist Forrest Gallante, actor Jeremy Irvine, actress Rhian Ramos, actor Nat Wolff, CEO of Conservation International Dr. M Sanjayan… [Recorded at Smile To Go in the Freehand Hotel of New York City.] [Great Adventures is proudly fueled by WhistlePig Whiskey and Hanah One.] CONNECT WITH US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Charles’ Instagram / Charles’ Twitter Great Adventures Instagram / Great Adventures Twitter Tim Hollingsworth's Instagram / Tim Hollingsworth's Twitter RELEVANT LINKS: "The Final Table" on Netflix Tim's New Restaurant Otium (LA) Tim's Website Thanks for listening. Charles.


7 Feb 2020

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Anything but Footy: Great British Bosses - Tim Hollingsworth, Sport England

Anything but Footy

This is Great British Bosses by Anything but Footy. We profile the women and men responsible for sport in this country - many at national governing bodies - who manage teams, staff, budgets, grass-root participation and overseeing those medal moments at Olympic, Paralympic and elite level.But as we start season two, we wanted to find out more about the grassroots of sport - and try and work out who's really responsible for getting us off the sofa! Sport England play that role!CEO Tim Hollingsworth effectively swapped medals for movement - after 7 glorious years at Paralympics GB including 2 Summer and 2 Winter Games. He guided and helped the transformation of Para sport, and the public's perception of it, during London 2012 through to Pyeongchang 2018 the most successful ever Winter Paralympics for Great Britain. He discusses the challenges of taking over Sport England, its groundbreaking #THISGIRLCAN campaign and whether some simplification of British sport maybe needed in this new digital age!This is the first of season 2 of Great British Bosses from Anything but Footy - if you like what you hear please subscribe and also leave a review on Apple Podcasts! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


22 Jan 2020

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Chef Tim Hollingsworth: Final Table DOMINANCE

Forked Up

Chef Tim Hollingsworth is a decorated restauranteur and winner of Netflix's FINAL TABLE and did all with no formal culinary training. Hear about his story as well as tips for home cooks and crafting meals with his children. Also, Matt & Michelle got you covered on the recent sriracha drama as well as Subway spinning shakes and Uber Eats not keeping it straight.


4 Jul 2019