13 episodes

Hosted by award-winning restaurant critic Grace Dent, Comfort Eating invites famous guests to lift the lid on the comfort foods that have seen them through their lives. Listen to Nish Kumar, Mae Martin, Rafe Spall and more, for an entertaining, warm and uplifting celebration of friendship, family and food. Supported by Ocado

Comfort Eating with Grace Dent The Guardian

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    • 4.5 • 2 Ratings

Hosted by award-winning restaurant critic Grace Dent, Comfort Eating invites famous guests to lift the lid on the comfort foods that have seen them through their lives. Listen to Nish Kumar, Mae Martin, Rafe Spall and more, for an entertaining, warm and uplifting celebration of friendship, family and food. Supported by Ocado

    S1 E12: Deborah Meaden, entrepreneur

    S1 E12: Deborah Meaden, entrepreneur

    Grace’s guest on the season finale of Comfort Eating is the Dragons’ Den star and business owner Deborah Meaden. She tells Grace about her lifelong love of stodgy food, questionable sandwiches and life with her husband, Paul

    • 38 min
    S1 E11: Munya Chawawa, online satirist

    S1 E11: Munya Chawawa, online satirist

    Grace Dent’s guest this week is the satirist, comedian and presenter Munya Chawawa. He tells Grace about growing up in Zimbabwe, his now infamous takes on the week’s news and the comfort foods that have seen him through tough times

    • 34 min
    S1 E10: Aisling Bea, actor and comedian

    S1 E10: Aisling Bea, actor and comedian

    Grace’s guest is the actor, comedian and creator of This Way Up, Aisling Bea. She talks about her childhood in an Irish horsing community, being raised almost entirely by women, becoming successful later in life – and the comfort foods that have seen her through. She also turns the tables on Grace, subjecting the host’s fridge to a Ready Steady Cook challenge

    • 31 min
    S1 E9: Krishnan Guru-Murthy, journalist

    S1 E9: Krishnan Guru-Murthy, journalist

    Grace’s guest on Comfort Eating this week is one of the most famous faces on Channel 4 News for more than 20 years, Krishnan Guru-Murthy. He talks about some of the most important moments in his life – and the comfort food that has seen him through them. They discuss food before marriage, dancing to Jamiroquai and annoying Hollywood stars

    • 43 min
    S1 E8: Candice Carty-Williams, author

    S1 E8: Candice Carty-Williams, author

    Grace’s guest on Comfort Eating this week is the award-winning author Candice Carty-Williams, who talks about some of the most important moments in her life – and the comfort food that has seen her through them. They discuss star signs, being the ‘naughty’ kid at school and how a fridge full of someone else’s food helped Candice write the first draft of her debut novel, Queenie

    • 36 min
    S1 E7: Lawrence Chaney, Ru Paul’s Drag Race winner

    S1 E7: Lawrence Chaney, Ru Paul’s Drag Race winner

    Grace’s guest on Comfort Eating this week is drag superstar Lawrence Chaney. He joins Grace over video and presents her with her favourite snack of the series so far. They bond over a mutual love of Joan Rivers, the fun and fast food late-night Glasgow has to offer, and discuss what winning a show like Drag Race means to someone who’s experienced bullying all their life

    • 41 min

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