63 episodes

Talking Tastebuds is a new weekly podcast series in which Venetia Falconer chats to a special guest about their life with food.

Whether they live to eat or eat to live, Venetia will uncover their favourite childhood dishes, their ultimate comfort food and their death row dinner.

Every week, Talking Tastebuds’ aim is to uncover the guest’s relationship with everything edible and how it affects their lives.

Talking Tastebuds Venetia Falconer

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9, 874 Ratings

Talking Tastebuds is a new weekly podcast series in which Venetia Falconer chats to a special guest about their life with food.

Whether they live to eat or eat to live, Venetia will uncover their favourite childhood dishes, their ultimate comfort food and their death row dinner.

Every week, Talking Tastebuds’ aim is to uncover the guest’s relationship with everything edible and how it affects their lives.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
874 Ratings

874 Ratings

WV69 ,

For everyone!

Venetia has honestly changed my life throughout my journey with this podcast. I would recommend it to anybody without hesitation because she has made it relevant and accessible to all. It's incredible to learn through the in-depth discussions with her guests, which has not only led me to discover more great podcasts, but helped me to understand a plethora of things about myself, others and society as a whole. Thank you Venetia xxx

cckl95 ,

Gorgeous

Love this podcast - never fails to be uplifting and inspiring!

Moon_96 ,

Comments about eating disorders

I love this podcast for the most part. And Ven you are an utterly wonderful force for good. So this is not a reflection on you. But I wanted to speak out that I really don’t appreciate the comments from Sarah Wilson in the anxiety podcast about how she perceives anorexia to play out for people. Despite her having had bulimia. We can comment on our personal experience of eating disorders. But she shouldn’t however be sharing her opinion of how anorexics experience anorexia.
“Anorexia is a very visible disorder...they’re wanting it to be seen” for example.
I personally think it’s truly irresponsible and totally inappropriate to speak about anorexia in this way on a podcast that seeks to share positivity and inspire others. It wouldn’t be appropriate on any platform to comment like this on something that is not your direct experience. The comments portray anorexia from her point of view, having experienced a different eating disorder. And quite frankly it’s entirely inaccurate and offensive to those who have experienced anorexia. Please Sarah consider how you use your position and how you talk about other illnesses. I appreciate the difficulty of all eating disorders. But we shouldn’t pass judgements on those we haven’t experienced. Just like I wouldn’t draw conclusions of bulimia.

Top Podcasts In Health & Fitness

Listeners Also Subscribed To