Hoovering - Episode 62: Naomi Battrick
Welcome to HOOVERING, the podcast about eating. Host, Jessica Fostekew (Guilty Feminist, Motherland) has a frank conversation with an interesting person about gobbling; guzzling; nibbling; scoffing; devouring and wolfing all up… or if you will, hoovering.
This week’s guest is a brilliant actor (who you know from Jamestown and other killer shows) and all round excellent creature, Naomi Battrick. She feeds me homemade beans with some seriously exciting hot sauce fresh from Mexico whilst we (me, Naomi and her dog Milton) discuss everything from curry in bed through to some very in depth, and be warned, at times graphic discussion of bulimia and other disordered eating.
Everything written below in CAPITALS is a link to the relevant webpage.
Tickets to see Hoovering LIVE in 2019
4th MAY - MACHYNLLETH Festival - Guests: Kiri Prichard-Maclean, Jess Hope-Jones and someone, probably with just one name, being announced soon
26th MAY - WELLS Comedy Festival - Guests are incredible and being announced super soon
9th JUNE - UNDERBELLY Festival Southbank - Guests are Sara Pascoe, Tom Allen and Liam Charles (off of Bake Off and ‘Liam Bakes’)
I don’t have a recipe for what we ate but here is one for the RIVER CAFE CHOCOLATE NEMESIS which Naomi included in her dream feast at the end of the podcast.
NAOMI BATTRICK is on instragram being her gorgeous, lovely self. She’s filming something very exciting right now that’s still a secret but you can follow her work and check out the shows she’s been shit hot in HERE in her IMBD page.
Start, why don’t you with JAMESTOWN that she’s so ace in.
HERE is that Louise Grey article about her bulimia and the ordered eating that’s so rife in girls’ schools.
And last but not least here’s a link to ROCAMADOUR GOATS CHEESE which I’m pretty sure you can smell even through the screen.
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