This week, Giles welcomes a freshly shipwrecked celebrity to Desert Island Crisps. For those of you who haven't heard Giles's Times Radio show, this is the portion of the programme where a different celeb discusses the foods that shaped their lives. In this episode, the comedian and broadcaster who has eaten more cake and travelled down more rivers than you can count...Sue Perkins joins Giles to reminisce about their TV show Supersizers and her mother's 'poor man's French toast'.Get The Times free for a month: thetimes.co.uk/gilescorenhasnoideaProducer: Ben MitchellSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In a VERY memorable episode, national treasure and former ‘Bake Off’ co-host Sue Perkins discovers an unexpected loophole in the dream restaurant’s ordering process.Listen to Sue’s podcast ‘Sue Perkins: An hour or so with…’ on Audioboom or wherever you get your podcasts.Follow Sue Perkins on Twitter @sueperkinsRecorded and edited by Ben Williams for Plosive Productions.Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography and design) and Amy Browne (illustrations).Follow Off Menu on Twitter and Instagram: @offmenuofficial.And go to our website www.offmenupodcast.co.uk for a list of restaurants recommended on the show.Watch Ed and James's YouTube series 'Just Puddings'. Watch here.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dolly Alderton, author, journalist and co-host of The High Low podcast chats to Sue Perkins about her first novel, ‘Ghosts’.Both Sue and Dolly open up about relationships and Dolly reveals the objects that have inspired her work, including a lukewarm glass of white wine and a song by George Michael. #PenguinPodcast ‘Ghosts’ is now available to buy as an audiobook: https://apple.co/325yw2JSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Romesh Ranganathan, Piers Morgan, Derren Brown, David Baddiel, Sue Perkins
The Best of the Chris Evans Breakfast Show
This week on the show we welcome friends from the world of television, film, music, space and literature.The hilarious Romesh Ranganathan chats his brand new book 'As Good As It Gets: Life Lessons from a Reluctant Adult'.Mind bender Derren Brown gives us advice on how to be happier with his latest handbook 'A Little Happier'.The always controversial Piers Morgan discusses why the world has gone nuts with his new book 'Wake Up'.And funnyman David Baddiel talks his latest children's book 'Future Friend'.Plus Alex Horne, Sue Perkins, Julia Stiles and Tim Peake.You can catch Chris and the team live weekdays 6:30am-10am on Virgin Radio UK and on Sundays from 10 am.Be sure to subscribe to the podcast to hear the highlights every week.Romesh Ranganathan - 00:30Derren Brown - 07:31Alex Horne - 14:54Piers Morgan - 21:52David Baddiel - 30:07Sue Perkins - 37:14Julia Stiles - 44:05Tim Peake - 50:10See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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We wrap up what has been a de-lightful Season 4 of Homo Sapiens with our final episode where we discuss LGBTQ+ people going back in the closet in older age, Queer solidarity on the football pitch, and straight people playing gay roles in cinema. Plus why did Cilla Black give Alan a ticking off?We’d also like to say a huge thank you to all of you listeners for brightening our days with all your letters, messages and more throughout this entire season. We’ve loved it so much that.... We’re back straight away next week with new episodes! This time we’ll be talking to people who we think are the biggest Trailblazers on planet earth right now. It’s an amazing line up and we can’t wait for you to hear them all.Read: Men in Love: 1850 - 1950 Be sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode.📍H O M O S A P I E N S P O D C A S T is Hosted By: Alan Cumming and Chris Sweeney 📍NEW EPISODE Every Thursday📍Come play with us on socials Facebook & Instagram @Homosapiens📍Email us: Hello@homosapienspodcast.com📍Podcast Host: AcastSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Alan has a confession, Chris tells us about working with Harry Styles and Sue Perkins shares what led to her cradling a hedgehog at 5AM. Plus navigating identity politics with family and drunkenly sliding into Nicola Sturgeon’s DM’s. Be sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode.📍H O M O S A P I E N S P O D C A S T is Hosted By: Alan Cumming and Chris Sweeney 📍NEW EPISODE Every Thursday📍Come play with us on socials Facebook & Instagram @Homosapiens📍Email us: Hello@homosapienspodcast.com📍Podcast Host: AcastSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Away | Sue Perkins: Along The US-Mexico Border | Season 2 of The Boys (with Ray Panthaki)
Nihal, Scott and Hayley review Netflix space series “Away” starring Hilary Swank and hear from her co-star, Ray Panthaki. They take a look at Sue Perkins’ travelogue Along the US-Mexico Border and season two of The Boys. They also discuss the return of Eastenders and the end of Doc Martin.
James Acaster, Jamie Oliver, Sue Perkins, Richard Osman, Billie Piper
The Best of the Chris Evans Breakfast Show
This week on the show we welcome friends from the world of television, music, film, literature and comedy.The hilarious James Acaster tells us about his new book 'Perfect, Sound, Whatever'.Superchef Jamie Oliver chats his 25th cookbook '7 Ways: Easy Ideas for Every Day of the Week'.Sue Perkins discusses drinking tequila on the border of the US and Mexico for her new BBC One series.And Billie Piper and Lucy Prebble share all about their hit Sky Original series 'I Hate Suzie'.Plus Richard Osman, Jack Savoretti, Rachel Shenton and Killian Jornet.You can catch Chris and the team live weekdays 6:30am-10am on Virgin Radio UK and on Sundays from 10 am.Be sure to subscribe to the podcast to hear the highlights every week.James Acaster - 00:39Jamie Oliver - 07:26Sue Perkins - 14:29Billie Piper & Lucy Prebble - 21:39Richard Osman - 28:38Jack Savoretti - 35:46 Rachel Shenton - 42:28Kilian Jornet - 48:44See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Malcolm Gladwell (author of bestsellers such as ‘Blink’ and ‘Outliers’; staff writer for the New Yorker and podcaster) joins Sue Perkins to discuss his latest book ‘Talking to Strangers’ - which is bookended by the story of Sandra Bland, who tragically died in police custody and is one of many names in the #BlackLivesMatter movement. Malcolm explains that Sandra’s story is part of wider problem in how we all misjudge the wants and needs of people we don’t know. Malcolm’s inspirational objects include the Janelle Monáe song ‘Hell You Talmbout’ and the ‘Friends’ theme-tune. #PenguinPodcast'Talking to Strangers' is available to buy as an audiobook now - https://apple.co/3e5iqdC / https://adbl.co/2UkIVUkSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.