The Last Supper - If this was your last supper what would you eat and what story would your life tell? Hosted by the Urban Rajah, chef, writer and 'nosey parker’, with an obsession for food culture and people’s stories. Each conversation explores the extraordinary lives of his ordinary guests peppered with snippets on how to cook from his septuagenarian Masala Mother. Spiced with nonsense, tall stories, laughter and moments of inspiration it’s an adventure in food and a gentle wake up call to live a life worth recalling. @urbanrajah www.urbanrajah.com
The Last Supper - #47
How Food Saved My Life - Merlin Labron-Johnson the UK’s youngest chef to gain a Michelin star shares how a troubled youth led him to cook for his school, feed refugees and train with culinary luminaries. His new venture Osip is a life’s work...hear why it needs to be on your ‘must visit’ list.
The Last Supper - #46
The Good Life – Dina Mousawi, Iraqi actress, foodie author and Creative Producer for Good Chance Theatre shares why she left Baghdad for Bradford, why ‘refugee’ theatre is a sell-out oh and why dolma zeit leaves her trembling.
The Last Supper #1 - Simon Thomas
Simon Thomas, Sky Sports TV talks about life on Blue Peter, telly adventures and Sunday Roast.
The Last Supper #2- Jeremy Pang
Jeremy Pang, Chef, Writer & School of Wok founder talks crispy pork, being broke, chowing on chillies and feeding the homeless.
The Last Supper #3 - Mungo
Mungo, Adventure cameraman, TV presenter, on Expedition Mungo, Bear Grylls, living dinosaurs and leaving God.
The Last Supper #4 - Helen Bagnall
Lessons From Psychopaths: Helen Bagnall, Founder of Salon London & Also Festivals on hiding liver, finding the real dark matter and extreme influence.
Whilst listening to this gem on my daily walks out and about, I am always left feeling hungry and happy!. I’ve even laughed out loud in the street along with Ivor and his guests. A really lovely podcast.
What you talking about Masala Mum? This podcast better than average, it very good.
Make me hungry listening to Urban Rajah.
Lesson from psychopath my favourite, very interesting.
Good work my friend, good work.
I am in awe of the guests on this show - they are all leading such fascinating creative lives that it makes me a bit jealous. The host is great at getting the stories out of them, the discussion of food is great (but not all there is) and the star of the show is the host's mum who appears from time to time with culinary advice.