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Jessie Ware hosts a podcast about food, family and the beautiful art of having a chat, direct from her very own dinner table. With a little bit of help from her chef extraordinaire mum Lennie, each week guests from the worlds of music, culture and politics drop by for a bite and a bit of a natter. Oversharing guaranteed. Produced by Alice Williams
 
Stance is an independent award-winning arts, culture and current affairs podcast run by New York based journalist and curator Chrystal Genesis. An episode is released on the 1st of every month. Guests so far include musicians Four Tet, Jamila Woods, Róisín Murphy, Amber Mark, Caribou, Kaytranada, Jessie Ware, Tricky and Nao, authors Yaa Gyasi, Sayaka Murata, Elif Shafak & Valeria Luiselli, lawyer and campaigner Gina Miller, politician Bobi Wine, poets Fatimah Asghar, John Cooper Clarke & Kae ...
 
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If you don’t know who Max Martin is - well, you should - and you will quickly realise that you do in fact know most of his chart topping songs. We invite the enigmatic Swedish songwriter over to mum's for his first ever podcast. We talk about getting ready for his new musical '& Juliet' to finally get back to the West End, his love for Kiss the ban…
 
A Dutch baby and champagne was only right for this week’s guest, even if it was before noon….the iconic Billy Porter. We spoke to Billy about moving from New York and living his new life in Long Island, falling in love with musical theatre after watching ‘The Whizz’, his turkey burger speciality, working with Jade Thirlwall and MNEK on his debut si…
 
The man that does everything!! This week we welcome the wonderful Reggie Yates to Table Manners. Reggie talks to us about his West African heritage; his mum’s Ghanian cooking - we all want a bit of her special peanut soup - his love of apple crumble & growing up in north London. We chat about his wondrous career; from hosting radio shows in his bed…
 
I continued delving into recent releases from Inhaler, Molly Burch, Japanese Breakfast, Wolf Alice and Clairo on the show this week, while the once-again massively expanded retro alternative set featured another three distinct blocks: a sequence featuring classic productions by the godfather of electronic dance music himself, Giorgio Moroder, a blo…
 
It's officially Autumn – our favourite time of the year – and what better way to celebrate it than to get my good pal Laura Jackson over to mum's for a good old hearty seasonal meal. This bonus episode is sponsored by Sainsbury's & their fantastic new Autumn Edition Taste The Difference range. We tucked into truffle houmous, chicken with a delish t…
 
I continued exploring recent releases from Billie Eilish, Clairo, Inhaler, Lightning Bug and Wolf Alice on the show this week, while the retro alternative set’s definition was stretched a bit to accommodate a set of Sparks classics inspired by the recent Edgar Wright documentary, a block of Scandinavian electropop and one of French pop, some 2001 c…
 
Zooming in from New York, this week we have American supermodel and actress Emily Ratajkowski on Table Manners. Born in London, raised in California & childhood summers spent in Europe, Emily talks to us about her favourite food across the globe. We discuss baby led weaning with her son, pumpkin pie pregnancy cravings & where to get the best gin ma…
 
I continued exploring recent releases from Clairo, Faye Webster, Inhaler, Lightning Bug and Angel Olsen on the show this week, while the retro alternative set was a sprawling, three-part affair: one chunk of tunes from the legendary Mael brothers and their band Sparks, in honor of director Edgar Wright’s excellent new documentary on them; another b…
 
It was an HONOUR to have our first little mixer in the house! We welcome the wonderful Jade Thirlwall to mum's for her fave meal, a roast chicken dinner with all the trimmings. Jade turned up in full glam after a long photo shoot so it was just what the doctor ordered for our girl. She talks about her mum’s mince pies - and not the Christmas kind -…
 
This week we welcome mum’s new best friend, Hilary Whitehall with husband Michael, son Jack and a doll called Winston round to Clapham for a spot of Lebanese lamb. Jack talks to us about his lockdown venture Food Slut, his misjudged drinks & canapés parties at Manchester University & how he got into stand up comedy. We talk about Hilary’s home cook…
 
I continued delving into recent releases from Clairo, Faye Webster, Inhaler, Squirrel Flower and Modest Mouse on the show this week, while the retro alternative set again featured both classic Italo disco and early ’80s Japanese citypop, New Wave and electronic music. Here’s the tracklist for the full show: West Of The Fields July 20, 2021 R.E.M.- …
 
So this week is absolutely golden in every sense of the word … we welcome the king of knitting & GOLD Olympic award winner Tom Daley to mum's for lamb and dauphinois. The Plymouth born diver talks to us about his Tokyo Olympics experience, his childhood desire to be a pilot, how he met his husband Lance and their first kiss. We chat about the impor…
 
And just like that, we are BACK and ready to take over your Wednesdays! We hope you all had a lovely summer; Mum has enjoyed plenty of holidays and I had a baby. We’ve got some AMAZING guests lined up for you for this series and what better way to start that with fellow foodie, Hollywood star and absolute gent, Stanley Tucci. Stanley talks to us ab…
 
I continued exploring recent releases from Lucy Dacus, Modest Mouse, Inhaler and Japanese Breakfast on the show this week, while the retro alternative set was again split between classic Italo disco and ’80s Japanese New Wave and electronic pop. Here’s the tracklist for the full show: West Of The Fields July 13, 2021 R.E.M.- Sitting Still (Original…
 
I continued delving into recent releases from Car Seat Headrest, Garbage, Modest Mouse, Wolf Alice and Japanese Breakfast on the show this week, while the retro alternative set was again split between classic Italo disco tracks and Japanese citypop, New Wave and electronic music of the early ’80s. Here’s the tracklist for the full show: West Of The…
 
I continued exploring recent releases from Lucy Dacus, Japanese Breakfast, Modest Mouse and Dry Cleaning on the show this week, while the retro alternative set again got split three ways, with a block of Italo disco classics, one of Japanese New Wave and technopop and a third with some obscure European New Wave and alternative tracks. Here’s the tr…
 
I continued exploring recent releases from St. Vincent, Japanese Breakfast, Wolf Alice, Squid and Inhaler on the show this week, while the retro alternative set ballooned into about 4 different blocks, one devoted to Italo disco, one to ’80s Japanese New Wave/electronic/city pop, and a pair devoted to Sparks and Sinéad O’Connor. Here’s the tracklis…
 
This week we have one more serving of extra helpings for you. This second episode includes some more of our favourite bits from the past year and a previously unheard conversation with Dan Levy. Hear will.i.am telling us about his Mum’s cooking and Lennie getting the giggles about muff diving @themuffkitchen! Tom Jones lets us in on some of Elvis’s…
 
Despite the different lockdowns and restrictions we’ve had over the past year, we’ve kept going and it’s been an absolutely stellar year of Table Manners with such fabulous guests from all around the world. Whilst we gear up to Series 12 (how did that happen?!) we’ve put together a couple of episodes of highlights to serve up as an extra helping. I…
 
To end the series we have another first for Table Manners... a Satirist, the hilarious Munya Chawawa on this week's podcast. Munya talks to us about his Zimbabwean upbringing & his love of Sadza. We discuss crying over Blue songs, crashing Tinder, Watermelon Daiquiris, his wish to marry Baby Spice & falling in love on the radio. We love his parodie…
 
We welcome back one of our very first Table Manners guests this week.. a relatively unknown - but cracking chap - the one and only Ed Sheeran. Gorgeous Ed joins us over zoom for an almighty catch-up. We discuss his wedding food (that I really indulged in), how to drink vintage wine, cups of tomato soup before bed, his wife Cherry’s vegetable garden…
 
I continued delving into recent releases from Wolf Alice, Lucy Dacus, Sleater-Kinney, Squid and Black Midi on the show this week, while the retro alternative set again paired up two of my current obsessions, Italo disco and Japanese city pop, New Wave and electronic music from the early ’80s. Here’s the tracklist for the full show: West Of The Fiel…
 
I continued exploring recent releases from Wolf Alice, Inhaler, St. Vincent, Lana Del Rey and Death From Above 1979 on the show this week, while I doubled up again on the retro set with some classic Italo disco tracks and a ton of Japanese pop, electronic and New Wave music from the ’80s. Here’s the tracklist for the full show: West Of The Fields J…
 
This week we welcome my daughter’s absolute favourite, Lauren Mayberry from the fantastic Chvrches to Table Manners. The Scottish singer zooms in from LA and talks to us all about living in California, searching LA for the best curry, her mums ‘rats-pooey’, eating nachos with her dad, her love of creme eggs and she introduced me to ice cream clowns…
 
Arya Stark is in the kitchen!! We’ve been after the brilliant Maisie Williams for a long time and finally she’s here. Fashionista and queen of Game Of Thrones talks to us about her upcoming role in Danny Boyle's ‘Pistol’, spending lockdown in France, going to Pizza Express with her mum and growing her own vegetables. She’s been in GOT since the age…
 
This episode was recorded a while back but its worth the wait. Actress, author, comedian, writer, mental health activist & all round fabulous woman Ruby Wax popped over to mums for some Salmon & Ginger coriander crumb - from the cook book of yours truly. We discuss how she only ate sausages as a child, not leaving the house without honey in her han…
 
Stance Takes is back covering MFest, a multi-arts festival of Muslim knowledge and creativity with Maslaha with The British Library. We bring highlights from the festival, sharing an immersive glimpse from its programme, and speak with award-winning Somali-British author Nadifa Mohamed. The Fortune Men, covers the true story of the wrongful impriso…
 
Thanks to Jameson, we’re serving you an extra tipple this week – a special bonus ep with the wonderful Tom Grennan. Whilst mum sips on a delicious Whiskey Sour cocky t (a mocktail for me!), Tom tells us about what festivals he’s hoping to play this summer, how he’s hoping to get to a Nao show and what’s he most looking forward to doing now things a…
 
This week we welcome actress, director and writer, the phenomenal Emerald Fennell round to Lennie’s for Tarragon Chicken and banana ice cream! We chat everything from her time in Call The Midwife, to writing & directing the absolute must - see Promising Young Woman and now her latest venture, writing Andrew Lloyd Webber's new musical 'Cinderella’. …
 
What a joy it was to be reunited with the wonderful Lianne La Havas this week. We met way back when I supported Lianne on her tour in 2012 & now she joins us round the table at mums for a vegan feast. She tells us all about growing up & eating with her Jamaican family in South London, her great grandmas red pea soup, her Greek heritage & love of Sp…
 
Stance visits The Bronx to spotlight its rich history and contemporary landscape to dissect how it’s one of the city's most unique and overlooked boroughs in New York City. Through visual art, global cuisine, and music, Stance uncovers just some of the individuals, scenes and places that make up The Bronx. For generations, The Bronx has been a poin…
 
This week, we zoom into Central Park to chat to the delightful Annie Murphy! We talk to dear Annie about the fact she nearly gave up on acting before getting the role of everyone’s favourite sister, Alexis Rose in Schitt's Creek. Growing up in Canada, Annie tells us about adoring Fawlty towers and Columbo, her Mum’s edible ‘contraption’ and dreamin…
 
Zooming in from New York, this week we welcome American fashion designer Zac Posen to Table Manners. He’s dressed the likes of Naomi Campbell, Rihanna and Princess Eugenie to name but a few, and now he’s here chatting to us about his favourite type of lettuce and where to get the best oysters. We discuss his love of British culture, Notting Hill he…
 
This week we invite over the 2* Michelin chef Andrew Wong to Lennie’s. He kindly brings over the main, his cod head dish (which mum was incredibly nervous about) and showers ma with gifts! We chat about leaving Oxford uni, instant noodles and growing up working in his family’s restaurant (where he met his wife). He also talks about his Mum’s sugar …
 
To celebrate my new book, Omelette coming out tomorrow, we thought it only right to invite the original Friday Night Dinner guests at the Ware Household, musician Jack Peñate and his mum Clare Penate. We celebrate 25 years of friendship and meals together, our ‘silver anniversary’ and memories of 90s dinner parties, what Jack and I dined on whilst …
 
This week we welcome the ex leader of the opposition, labour MP Ed Miliband. We talk about his refugee parents and his Polish mothers food, his love for Chinese food and his new passion, cold water swimming! He is candid about his times as leader of the Labour Party the challenges and some regrets. We chat about his book Go Big, he has seconds of M…
 
On Stance, Chrystal Genesis is joined by award-winning journalist and writer Ismail Einashe to explore the people and stories of East Africa. Inspired by migration, culture, music and history, the episode traverses through Kenya, Sudan, and Somalia, examining the contemporary hubs and ancient histories of East Africa. Starting in Kenya, we chat wit…
 
We recorded this beaut of an episode with the one and only Michelle Visage, who came over to mums for a ‘Thai Pie’. Michelle talks about growing up in New Jersey, being adopted by a Jewish family and moving to NYC to be taken into the House of Magnifique where she became a part of a voguing troupe and later best friends with Ru Paul. She chats abou…
 
We welcome the phenomenal St Vincent to Table Manners. Talking to Annie in her LA studio over zoom, we chat about going blonde, growing up in Dallas with her family and eating - by her own admission - some questionable canned food and meat. Mum manages to coax her into agreeing that nobody really likes kale and we hear about her step dad's 'Schloop…
 
How do you behave when you have a music icon on your podcast? Well, you have a massive fight in front of him of course! Aside from a small bout of bickering, we had lunch with Sir Paul and Mary McCartney and talked about 30 years of Linda McCartney's legacy in the vegetarian food market. We hear about Mary’s adventurous childhood on tour with Wings…
 
This week we welcome Manchester mensch Guy Garvey over for lunch. We chat to Guy over Ottolenghi lamb and pistachio patties about being dragged to black pudding stalls in Bury market growing up, his original worker bee tattoo and the importance of eating pies up north. He tells us how he met his wife Rachel at a wedding over cigarettes, having dinn…
 
In this episode of Stance, Chrystal Genesis is joined by film programmer and cultural researcher Jemma Desai. Together they examine the practices of (Un)learning for Liberation as they highlight the many forms of abolitionist thinking through literature, music, activism and film. We speak with London based artist, writer and political organiser Jos…
 
We were delighted to have our most requested guest, Sir Tom Jones, over to Lennie’s for lamb shanks, a lemon curd roulade and a chat about his new album ‘Surrounded By Time’. We go way back and talk about Tom growing up in the 50’s, playing marbles, falling in love and getting married at 16. We also hear about his beloved mother’s corned beef pie. …
 
This week we invite Laura Mvula over for lunch. Laura is about to bring out her third record on July 2, Pink Noise, so to celebrate Lennie made a sumptuous chicken, spiced potatoes, salad and Nigella's salted chocolate chunks! We talk about the ‘changing landscape’ in the music industry, her musically gifted siblings and her podcast series ’So You …
 
We welcome back one of my favourite people in the world, Benny Blanco to TM. Mum didn't get to be in the episode we recorded in LA years ago so it felt only right to chat to Benny again! He talks about his new album Friends Keep Secrets 2, working with Gracie Abrams, his 2 cooking shows about eating (hence why Ben and I get on so well) and being th…
 
Now that we can record outside, it was a pleasure to have over the treasure that is Naomi Scott for a Tuna Nicoise salad and Orange & Almond cake. We first met at a Vogue x Tiffany fashion party for the BAFTAs and I adored her. Everyone knows her for playing Princess Jasmine in the Aladdin remake, but now she has turned her hand to fictional podcas…
 
Marking the 40th anniversary of the 1981 Brixton Uprising, Stance explores the moments leading up to the uprising and the activism that inspired it, their connections to the Windrush scandal, and the 2021 Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill and subsequent #KillTheBill protests in Bristol. Looking at the uprising through film, academia, litera…
 
Fill up my cup! We have will.i.am on TM! Will talks about his ‘pancizza' creation (a pancake pizza), being a vegan over the past 4 years, how he loves a song with ‘boom’ in the lyrics and growing up eating his Mum’s goulash. We get to learn how 'Ordinary People' came about with John Legend, Black Eyed Peas record label stories, his involvement with…
 
Stance is an independent award-winning arts, culture and politics podcast run by journalist and curator Chrystal Genesis. Guests so far include musicians Four Tet, Jamila Woods, Chassol, Róisín Murphy, Amber Mark, Caribou, Ebo Taylor, Kaytranada, Jessie Ware and Nao, authors Yaa Gyasi, Elif Shafak, Saidiya Hartman, Sayaka Murata & Valeria Luiselli,…
 
This is a GREAT episode. Zooming in from Washington DC, we talk to BBC North America Editor Jon Sopel about his new book ‘UnPresidented'. Jon reveals that he was known to Trump as 'the guy who asks stroppy questions in the briefing room’. We get to hear about Obama's Christmas parties and the exquisite food laid on compared to the fries and chicken…
 
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