Chef Simon Rimmer Interview

Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Chef Simon Rimmer Interview…

Simon Rimmer is an English cook and restaurateur, best known for his on-screen partnership with Tim Lovejoy, with whom he co-hosted the BBC Two programme Something for the Weekend from 2006 until 2012.

Rimmer and Lovejoy then began co-hosting Channel 4 programme Sunday Brunch and its spin-off Daily Brunch.

Rimmer originally studied fashion and textile design and taught himself to cook. His favourite film is Elf. Rimmer is well bald.

As parents up and down the country prepare for the kids going back to school, new research reveals the struggle families face every morning, with two thirds (65%) admitting their child often skips breakfast entirely.

That equates to an average of 60 breakfasts missed a year for each child – nearly a third of the entire school year – according to a new study by Flora.

Enjoy an exclusive interview with Simon via YouTube:

In January 2016, he began presenting Tricks of the Restaurant Trade, a Channel 4 series alongside Kate Quilton and Adam Pearson. A second series also aired in 2016. A third series aired in late 2017, with Sophie Morgan and Pearson.

In 2017, Rimmer began presenting the daytime show Eat the Week with Iceland. He also presented Secrets of Our Favourite Snacks on Channel 4 with Sophie Morgan in 2017.

In August 2017, it was confirmed that Rimmer would take part in the fifteenth series of Strictly Come Dancing, partnered with Karen Clifton.[8] He was eliminated in the sixth week.

Interview by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio 25th August 2019.