LGBTQ&A
LGBTQ&A
Aug 18, 2020
Holland Taylor: Is 77 and Busier Than Ever
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"I just don't have any impulse to define myself at all by anything other than a person." Holland Taylor talks about her Emmy-nominated role in Netflix's Hollywood, working with Ryan Murphy, living in New York City during Stonewall and the AIDS crisis, and what it's like to be in such a public relationship. LGBTQ&A is hosted by Jeffrey Masters and produced by The Advocate magazine, in partnership with GLAAD. Come find us on Twitter to connect and recommend a guest, @lgbtqpod.

The Bake Down - Bake Off Reviewed
The Bake Down - Bake Off Reviewed
Bake With A Legend
Game Set Macha
The newly themed Japanese Week started off with a challenge to make eight soft delicious steamed buns... and considering they were asked to make buns, there weren't enough bun related jokes really. Prue wanted them to melt in the mouth whilst Paul was more concerned that they were exactly to his taste as he mistakenly took the tent for a restaurant. Then it was a case of turning to a Macha crepe cake for the technical challenge, where Paul warned us that the layers had to be very thin to ensure enough mixture to get 11 layers... and guess what, not everyone got enough layers whilst Dave got confused between a crescent and a circle for his decoration. Meanwhile, Laura claimed she may as well eat grass, such was her disdain for macha. For the showstopper, the bakers were told to make a Kawaii cake (we also had to google it). They were told to make it cute and by and large they did. Well Hermine didn't necessarily, but there you go. She survived, whilst poor old Mark made a cake so dry Paul almost called it unedible, but by telling us it was nearly unedible, he basically told us it was really and then Mark was sent packing, whilst Lottie became the sixth different contestant to be star baker in six weeks. Josh, Jane and Howard recorded this podcast remotely via Zoom. We'd like your questions and comments to keep us going. Hit us up at thebakedown@bakewithalegend.com and we'll read out your comments on the upcoming episodes. We are having great fun hosting online baking classes for fans from all around the world and more classes have gone up on sale every week. Whether you'd like to learn how to make pasteis de nata, florentines, a profiterole stack, macarons or so much more, check out our latest online baking classes on our website. Classes tend to start at 5pm UK on Saturday and Sunday to accommodate bakers from around the world, in particular our many friends from the USA. They're great fun and if you use the code PODCAST at checkout you'll get 10% off. Also, perhaps you're missing your work colleagues or friends and thinking about how you can have a fun activity during these difficult times and a private online event with us is the perfect answer! We're also starting to book in Christmas Parties! Head over to our website learn more about online baking classes. *** If you enjoyed this podcast please do leave us a review, it'll help ensure more Bake Off fans find us and would be a huge motivation for to keep making these podcasts for you. Please note we're not affiliated to the show itself or Love Productions, but we're huge fans of their work.*** This podcast is part of the Stripped Media podcast network. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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