Nick Grimshaw & Angela Hartnett launch the fourth season of hugely popular podcast Dish
- Rated 4.9/5 on Spotify and consistently number 1 on the Apple Food Charts
- Over 65 million views across social media
- First episode starts Wednesday 13th September with Gordon Ramsay
- Watch/share the visual trailer here & subscribe to Dish here
- Guests across the new season include Joe Wicks, Miriam Margolyes, the Whitehalls, Sara Cox, AJ Odudu, Will Best, Joanne McNally, Amol Rajan, Richard Corrigan & more
London UK – S:E Creative Studio and Waitrose & Partners are proud to announce the return of Dish, smash hit and critically-acclaimed foodie podcast, for an incredible fourth season starting Wednesday 13 September 2023. Broadcast veteran Nick Grimshaw and much-loved Michelin star chef and restaurateur Angela Hartnett OBE are back with more mouth-watering recipes, hilarious banter, and even bigger guests. Listeners are invited to pull up a chair, grab a drink and indulge in their weekly dinner parties for more hilariously unfiltered chat and secrets unveiled.
Dish brings Waitrose ingredients and recipes to you as you’ve never seen them before. Angela’s expertise and down-to-earth advice accompany every episode seamlessly, while Nick’s probing questions encourage guests to share more than they ever have done before. Season four will see fitness coach Joe Wicks, actress and Vogue cover star Miriam Margolyes, radio legend Sara Cox, presenter duo AJ Odudu and Will Best, comedian Joanne McNally, journalist Amol Rajan, chef friends Richard Corrigan & Valentine Warner, space scientist Maggie Aderin-Pocock and even more take the hot seat.
Celebrity chef and former colleague of Angela’s, Gordon Ramsay, is the guest kicking off Season 4. Discussion includes the possibility of a sixth Ramsay child, Gordon’s first impression of Angela and Gordon’s involvement in Angela meeting her husband. Subscribe to Dish HERE.
Dish has found fans in everyone from Greg James and Zoe Ball to Chris Evans and Claudia Winkleman since its launch in 2022 and spent the most consecutive weeks at #1 on the Apple Food Podcast Charts. Spotify gives Dish a listener rating of 4.9/5 and Apple named it one of their Summer Picks for 2023 with video clips for the podcast amassing over 65 million views. Previous guests include Stanley Tucci, Dame Mary Berry, Alex Jones, Prue Leith, Dermot O’Leary and Alison Hammond and Dish shows no sign of slowing down.
Nick says: “So excited to be back for a fourth series of Dish! Getting to work alongside the legendary and hilarious Angela Hartnett has been a total joy. I can’t wait to get going on another series. See you in the kitchen.”
Angela says: “Working with Nick on another season of Dish has been hysterical, I spend the whole time laughing. What’s not to love about cooking, eating, drinking, and chatting with our dream dinner-party guests? I hope everyone enjoys it as much as we do recording it.”
Waitrose Customer Director Nathan Ansell says: “The response to Dish over the last year has been incredible, with top listener ratings from Spotify and staying at #1 in the Apple Food podcast chart. The amazing guest line-up for Season 4 means listeners are in for a lot more fun and foodie conversation hosted by Nick and Angela.”
ABOUT ANGELA HARTNETT
Angela Hartnett, OBE, is one of the UK’s most loved chefs and restaurateurs, known for her sophisticated yet simple, Italy-inspired cooking.
Born in Britain, her passion for good, honest food and the best ingredients was instilled in her by her Italian grandmother and mother.
After starting out in the kitchens at Aubergine, Zafferano, L’Oranger and Petrus, Angela became head chef at Petrus within seven short months, helping the restaurant to achieve a Michelin star. She went on to launch Amaryllis in Scotland; Verre in Dubai; MENU and The Grill Room at The Connaught, with Gordon Ramsay.
In 2007 Angela was awarded an MBE for services to the hospitality industry, and the following year she opened her own restaurant, Murano in Mayfair, where she is Chef Proprietor, and holds a Michelin star. Serving modern, seasonal food with an Italian accent, Murano is one of the few restaurants to hold 4 AA rosettes.
In November 2013 she opened critically acclaimed Cafe Murano in St James,’ a brassier little sister to Murano. In June 2015 a second Cafe Murano opened on Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, and in November 2019, Angela opened a third Cafe Murano, on London’s Bermondsey Street. In September 2013 Angela also launched Merchants Tavern (now closed) in Shoreditch, in collaboration with her husband Neil Borthwick, Head Chef of The French House.
Outside of London, 2012 saw Angela open Hartnett Holder & Co in partnership with Robin Hutson, and with Chef Luke Holder at Limewood Hotel in the New Forest. In 2015 she joined the team at Portetta Hotel in Courchevel to open Cucina Angelina.
From May 2020 Cafe Murano began offering ‘pasta at home’ kits via the Bermondsey St site, available via delivery to a 5 mile radius from the restaurant. Cafe Murano have since gone on to launch an online store with London wide delivery and nationwide meal kits via Dishpatch.
Angela was the chef judge in BBC1’s Britain’s Best Home Cook in 2020, alongside Claudia Winkleman, Mary Berry and Chris Bavin. In June 2022 she launched the podcast, Dish by Waitrose & Partners, which she co-hosts with celebrity broadcaster Nick Grimshaw.
Angela currently has three cookbooks to her name, Cucina (2007) and Angela’s Kitchen (2011) published by Ebury and best seller, The Weekend Cook, Good Food for Real Life (2022) by Bloomsbury.
In January 2022 Angela was awarded an OBE for services to the hospitality industry and to the NHS during the Covid-19 pandemic.