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    22/04/2020 Duração: 31min

    At the time of recording this podcast sustainability was very much at the top of many people's agendas. People wanted to eat better, feel better and shop better. We lined up a panel of top foodies to talk plant milks, vegan sausage rolls and ethical chocolate - all from different producers and retailers - and they crowned the best sustainable food buys from our line up. The world has changed since recording this podcast but sustainabilty is just as important as ever.

  • The Hatch Podcast

    The Hatch Podcast

    18/07/2019 Duração: 21min

    Hatch is an award-winning food & drink and retail space on Oxford Road and home to over 30 independent traders – there’s an open air courtyard, shops, roof terraces and plenty of food & drink ALL tucked underneath the Mancunian way. In this podcast you’ll meet some of the food and drink traders who currently call Hatch home and discover some of the Hatch highlights - you’ll never be stuck for somewhere to eat and drink again

  • The International Womens Day Podcast

    The International Women's Day Podcast

    07/03/2019 Duração: 26min

    In this podcast we’re celebrating International Women’s Day by speaking to women across our city that work within the food and drink industry. We’ll be highlighting some of the amazing success stories, whilst also looking at some of the challenges surrounding gender inequality.

  • The Gino DAcampo Podcast

    The Gino D'Acampo Podcast

    17/10/2018 Duração: 12min

    Gino is a busy man. He's opened a chain of restaurants, written over a dozen books and been on our TV screens for what seems like forever. Now he's opened his third place in Manchester so Matt White went along for a coffee and a chat..

  • The Leeds Podcast

    The Leeds Podcast

    14/06/2018 Duração: 23min

    There's a good thing happening in Leeds. Some incredible restaurants and bars dishing up great food and drink. So Matt White has headed up the m62 to see what all the fuss is about...

  • The Clink Podcast

    The Clink Podcast

    23/05/2018 Duração: 14min

    The Clink Charity runs restaurants in prisons across the country including HMP Styal near Wilmslow. But the food isn’t your stereotypical prison food – this is high quality food cooked and served by the prisoners. In this Podcast we’ll hear from some of the people that work alongside the prisoners and from rose – an ex prisoner now working in the new Clink Café in Manchester city centre.

  • The Nigel Slater Podcast

    The Nigel Slater Podcast

    17/05/2018 Duração: 13min

    Nigel Slater is a food writer, journalist and broadcaster. He’s written many cook books over the years and also his memoir “Toast, the Story of a Boy's Hunger” Toast is the story of Nigel`s childhood and adolescence told through food. It’s been adapted into a radio drama, a BBC Film and now it’s been turned into a play. In this episode of Fodder Matt and Nigel discuss the play and the powerful role food plays in human memory.

  • The Heart and Parcel Podcast

    The Heart and Parcel Podcast

    29/03/2018 Duração: 12min

    In this podcast we explore how food can be a force for good. “Heart and Parcel” are a social enterprise in Manchester. It’s a place where migrant women meet. It’s a place for them to be a part of something. A place for them to cook and a place for them to learn English through making dumplings.

  • The Jennie McAlpine Podcast

    The Jennie McAlpine Podcast

    01/03/2018 Duração: 16min

    You may know her as Fizz from Coronation Street or even Jenny from the Jungle, but Jenny McAlpine Is also known as one of Manchester’s restaurateurs. Alongside her husband Chris Farr she owns “Annie’s” In this episode Matt goes along to meet Jenny and talks Corrie, I’m a Celebrity and of course food - plus we find out why the hot pot at Annie’s is better than Betty’s.

  • The Tom Kerridge Podcast

    The Tom Kerridge Podcast

    15/02/2018 Duração: 15min

    The Tom Kerridge Podcast In this episode Matt talks to Tom Kerridge about his book & TV series “Lose Weight For Good" They discuss the state of the British pub scene, how Tom managed to loose 11 stone and we hear all about his “Pub In The Park” festival that’s coming to Knutsford this September.

  • The Blogger Podcast

    The Blogger Podcast

    31/01/2018 Duração: 25min

    Deliciously Ella tries to pinpoint what makes her blog so appealing to millions of readers, Justin Hall the man regarded as being one of the first ever bloggers explains why he started it and we try to get to the bottom of why some people have a problem with the blogging community. Plus the story of how Dr. Oetker upset a room full of bloggers.

  • The Fred From First Dates Podcast

    The Fred From First Dates Podcast

    05/01/2018 Duração: 19min

    Fred Sirieix is the manager of Michelin starred French restaurant “Galvin at Windows” on Park Lane, London. He’s also the smooth talking French Maître D' on Channel 4’s First Dates. In this podcast Fred and Matt discuss turning up leathered to a date, TripAdvisor and the importance of good customer service.

  • The Mike Joyce Podcast

    The Mike Joyce Podcast

    26/09/2017 Duração: 19min

    Mike Joyce was the drummer in The Smiths – one of the most iconic and influential bands 0f the 80s. But he’s also bang into his food and drink. In this podcast, we spend the day with Mike down on his allotment talking food, music, bees and vegetarianism.

  • The Street Food Podcast

    The Street Food Podcast

    19/07/2017 Duração: 27min

    Street Food is massive at the minute - but what exactly is it? We visit GRUB FOOD FAIR to find out, speak to veterans of the scene at BEASTRO - road test Heston Blumenthal gadgets and take a Daily Mail columnist and etiquette expert for his first ever street food experience (spoiler - he hated it)

  • The Bolton Podcast

    The Bolton Podcast

    10/06/2017 Duração: 23min

    How is the food and drink scene in Bolton? We decide to find out by talking to the Bolton chef that’s had two Michelin stars, eating at the only restaurant in Bolton to feature in The Good Food guide and spending time at Bolton Market and exploring the Pasty Barm.

  • The Not Just Soup Podcast

    The Not Just Soup Podcast

    03/05/2017 Duração: 14min

    Over the last 2 years Manchester restaurants have been helping to feed hundreds of homeless people across Manchester. In this podcast we join “Not Just Soup” the people behind the project and we meet the homeless man who calls himself the “Jay Rayner of the street" and reviews the food donated.

  • The Seafood Podcast

    The Seafood Podcast

    30/03/2017 Duração: 28min

    Why did Mancunians eat beaver's tail? What is The Hip Hop Chip Shop? And did you know you can get a buzz from necking oysters. All this and more is discovered in this episode of Fodder.

  • The Stockport Podcast

    The Stockport Podcast

    21/02/2017 Duração: 24min

    Things are happening in Stockport. Foodie things. In this podcast, Matt speaks to some of the key players in the up and coming food and drink scene. You’ll hear Sam Buckley from the restaurant “Where The Light Gets In”, Matthew Nutter the vegan Chef from Allotment and we’ll also talk to the organisers of Foodie Friday.

  • Manchester Food and Drink Festival 2016 Highlights

    Manchester Food and Drink Festival 2016 Highlights

    28/09/2016 Duração: 26min

    As MFDF16 launches Fodder takes a look at some of the highlights. Jackie Kearney (ex-masterchef finalist) talks about her Experimental Vegan Banquet and head chef at The French Adam Reid talks about making the finals of The Great British Menu and his pop up restaurant in The Festival hub. We also hear from Luke Cowdrey about new project Refuge by Volta.

  • The Booze Podcast

    The Booze Podcast

    29/08/2016 Duração: 30min

    The Boozy Podcast. Jimmy Doherty (Food uncovered) suggests that beer may be a superfood*, Matt discovers an office with the largest collection of spirits in Manchester and Kate Goodman from Reserve Wines discusses being the BBC Food and Drink Programme’s wine expert. *sort of.

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