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The QuaranTea Break Podcast is back - the socially distant teabreak with some extraordinary people. Host Simon Ward once again chats remotely with some of the biggest names from the world of entertainment to find out how they're coping, what they've been doing and what they've been watching.
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The QuaranTea Break Podcast Simon Ward

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The QuaranTea Break Podcast is back - the socially distant teabreak with some extraordinary people. Host Simon Ward once again chats remotely with some of the biggest names from the world of entertainment to find out how they're coping, what they've been doing and what they've been watching.
Follow @QuaranTeaBreak on socials. Subscribe, rate and review wherever you get your podcast. It's your much needed weekly break from self isolation and social distancing
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    Ep 17: Katherine Rose Morley – talking BBC One’s The Syndicate, working with dogs and filming a TV show during the pandemic

    Ep 17: Katherine Rose Morley – talking BBC One’s The Syndicate, working with dogs and filming a TV show during the pandemic

    The QuaranTea Break Podcast is back - the socially distant tea break with some extraordinary people. Host Simon Ward once again chats remotely with some of the biggest names from the world of entertainment to find out how they're coping, what they've been doing and what they've been watching.
    The marvellous Katherine Rose Morley joins Simon this week in this joyful remote conversation. Katherine talks living through lockdown, why she wouldn’t have been the best at home schooling and what it was like filming one of the first TV shows to go into production after restrictions eased last summer, BBC One’s The Syndicate.
    We delve into the show that follows the lives of a group of ordinary people who hit it big with a lottery jackpot in some detail, and it’s a great series from writer Kay Mellor. It starts on BBC One on Tuesday 30 March at 9pm, and available on BBC iPlayer thereafter, and Katherine is wonderful in it.
    The podcast continues to grow and grow, so thank you for you continued support. If you enjoyed this episode, please do subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, and a review or some stars is much appreciated. If you'd like to support this podcast, why not buy me a coffee (or preferably, a tea): https://ko-fi.com/quaranteabreak. You can also follow @QuaranTeaBreak on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
    We’re back on Tuesday 6 April. Until then, please stay indoors.
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    • 40 min
    Ep 16: Mark Watson and Michael Chakraverty – talking meeting virtually in lockdown, modern masculinity and Bake Off and Taskmaster

    Ep 16: Mark Watson and Michael Chakraverty – talking meeting virtually in lockdown, modern masculinity and Bake Off and Taskmaster

    The QuaranTea Break Podcast is back - the socially distant tea break with some extraordinary people. Host Simon Ward once again chats remotely with some of the biggest names from the world of entertainment to find out how they're coping, what they've been doing and what they've been watching.
    Mark Watson and Michael Chakraverty dial in to chat to Simon in this wonderful remote conversation. They chat about the lockdowns and the recently announced roadmap, being on two shows that have kept the nation entertained this past year (Taskmaster and Great British Bake Off) and why they started a podcast without ever meeting IRL first.
    And on the subject of that podcast, Simon finds out all about Menkind, which is their own brilliant podcast that takes a deep dive into modern masculinity. Do check it out. You can listen to it right here.
    Thanks so much for you continued support. If you enjoyed this episode, please do subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, and a review or some stars is much appreciated. If you'd like to support this podcast, why not buy me a coffee (or preferably, a tea): https://ko-fi.com/quaranteabreak. You can also follow @QuaranTeaBreak on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
    We’re back on Tuesday 23 March. Until then, please stay indoors.
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    • 54 min
    Ep 15: Dev Griffin – talking leaving BBC Radio 1, broadcasting during the pandemic and why he watches TV shows about serial killers

    Ep 15: Dev Griffin – talking leaving BBC Radio 1, broadcasting during the pandemic and why he watches TV shows about serial killers

    The QuaranTea Break Podcast is back - the socially distant tea break with some extraordinary people. Host Simon Ward once again chats remotely with some of the biggest names from the world of entertainment to find out how they're coping, what they've been doing and what they've been watching
    It's the third episode in season 2, and DJ and broadcaster Dev Griffin joins Simon for a remote conversation. He talks about moving from BBC Radio 1 and Radio 1xtra after 18 years to join Heart, and what it has been like broadcasting throughout the entire pandemic.
    Dev is such a warm, funny guy, and he’s so honest about how he’s coped with the past year, particularly about moving jobs during lockdown. I also finally get something off my chest that has been burning inside me for years – yes, for the second episode IN A ROW, I manage to weave Strictly Come Dancing into this podcast.
    If you somehow don’t do so already, you can catch Dev’s weekend radio show on Heart every Saturday and Sunday, 12-4pm. It’s like spending the best afternoon in a pub with a really good friend – two things (pubs and friends!) we all miss right now.
    If you enjoyed this episode, please do subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, and a review always improves my day. If you'd like to support this podcast, why not buy me a coffee (or preferably, a tea): https://ko-fi.com/quaranteabreak. You can also follow @QuaranTeaBreak on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
    We’re back on Tuesday 9 March. Until then, please stay indoors.
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    • 48 min
    Ep 14: Simon Rimmer – talking being a restauranteur during lockdown, filming Sunday Brunch during the pandemic and his TV picks

    Ep 14: Simon Rimmer – talking being a restauranteur during lockdown, filming Sunday Brunch during the pandemic and his TV picks

    The QuaranTea Break Podcast is back - the socially distant teabreak with some extraordinary people. Host Simon Ward once again chats remotely with some of the biggest names from the world of entertainment to find out how they're coping, what they've been doing and what they've been watching.
    In this second episode in season 2, restauranteur, chef and broadcaster Simon Rimmer joins Simon for a remote conversation direct from his home kitchen! He talks about his two major pandemic experiences – being on Sunday Brunch during the early days of lockdown and how he’s coped with being a restauranteur during the most disruptive time his industry has ever faced.
    And yes, we of course talk about pandemic Strictly Come Dancing.
    Simon has been on my podcast wish list from day one (not just because he’s a Liverpool fan, but that helps!). He didn’t disappoint. Funny, honest… and he predicted Liverpool would win the league (this was recorded before the Burnley game, so please forgive our January optimism *SAD FACE*). Do also check out Simon’s podcast, Grilling, which features great conversations with legends from the world of food.
    If you enjoyed this episode, please do subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, and a review always goes down very, very well. If you'd like to support this podcast, why not buy me a coffee (or preferably, a tea): https://ko-fi.com/quaranteabreak. You can also follow @QuaranTeaBreak on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
    See you very soon, and please stay indoors.
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    • 48 min
    Ep 13: Callum Scott Howells – talking It’s A Sin, working with Neil Patrick Harris and living in lockdown 3

    Ep 13: Callum Scott Howells – talking It’s A Sin, working with Neil Patrick Harris and living in lockdown 3

    The QuaranTea Break Podcast is back - the socially distant teabreak with some extraordinary people. Host Simon Ward once again chats remotely with some of the biggest names from the world of entertainment to find out how they're coping, what they've been doing and what they've been watching.
    In this first episode in season 2, It’s A Sin star Callum Scott Howells joins Simon for a remote conversation to chat about the show and loads more. This show does contain spoilers for It’s A Sin episode 1. If you’ve somehow not caught up with the wonderful Russell T Davies drama on Channel 4, here are the time codes to skip – 33:12-41:05.
    Callum was such an incredible guest, and I hope you love this episode as much as I did making it. He’s a joyful soul, and he has such an incredibly bright future ahead. The full series of It’s A Sin is also available on All 4 now. Devour it
    Please do subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, and a lovely review always goes down very, very well. If you'd like to support this podcast, why not buy me a coffee (or preferably, a tea): https://ko-fi.com/quaranteabreak. You can also follow @QuaranTeaBreak on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
    See you very soon, and please stay indoors.
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    • 47 min
    The QuaranTea Break Podcast - Season 2 is here!

    The QuaranTea Break Podcast - Season 2 is here!

    The QuaranTea Break Podcast is back - the socially distant teabreak with some extraordinary people. Host Simon Ward once again chats remotely with some of the biggest names from the world of entertainment to find out how they're coping, what they've been doing and what they've been watching.
    In this short preview, listen back to some of the guests from Season 1. The second season begins on Tuesday 26 January, 2021. So, stick the kettle on. Sit back. And discover that most things in life can feel a little bit better with some good chat and a cup of tea.
    If you'd like to support the podcast, why not buy me a coffee (or ideally, a tea): https://ko-fi.com/quaranteabreak.
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