Nick Grimshaw Makes A Cheese Toasty


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In this opening episode of her brand new podcast, chef and food writer Anna Barnett, sits down with Radio 1 and TV presenter (not forgetting GQ’s Best Dressed Man 2014) Nick Grimshaw to discuss his childhood food memories growing up in Oldham, his after-dinner trumpet playing, how moving to London set him on a course for his dream job, and the contents of his well-stocked fridge. Tomatillo relish, anyone? Oh, and Nick also personally makes Anna his sandwich of choice. What will it be? And, more importantly, will it be any good?
Nick Grimshaw was born in Oldham in 1984. Showing an early interest in music and radio, he gained experience at university presenting the student radio Breakfast Show. After moving to London, he worked in production at MTV, then moved in front of the camera to present for E4 and 4Music. He switched to radio in 2007 and became the Radio 1 Breakfast Show presenter in 2012; a role he held until 2018. Nick now presents the Radio 1 drivetime early evening show. He also appears regularly on TV.
J. Shekey:
“I had an apple pie, a packet of biscuits, a Deliveroo frozen yogurt, and a Magnum. Then Rita (Ora) came round and ordered a curry. I ate all the curry and a peshwari nann” Nick
“I prefer a sloppy omelette over a foamy omelette.” Nick
“I can’t fully put my neck down as there’s too much double chin.” Nick
“I spend most of my life trying not to shout. My producer always says; ‘Energy not volume!’. Nick
“I think the countryside is nice at the weekends when you’re eating a scotch egg.” Nick
Anna Barnett ( is a chef and food writer. She moved to London to work in TV and enjoyed a career at both MTV and Channel 4 before moving into fashion. Life has always been experienced through the lens of good food, however, and she released her debut cookery book ‘Eat the Week’ in 2015, after which she spent several years writing ‘The Reluctant Vegetarian’ blog for the Independent newspaper whilst also contributing to Vogue magazine. She went on to write the food pages for Grazia magazine; she now has a weekly column writing for The Evening Standard online. In 2019 Anna wrote and styled ‘How to be Gluten Free and Not Lose Friends’, her second cookery book. Anna regularly hosts pop-up restaurants, collaborates with brands, caters private events as well as hosting cookery classes at her home in east London.

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