We meet the best restaurant manager of the year. And watch a fire show.
Delft, mansplaining and bitterboellen at the de Hooch exhibition. Oh, and excellent beer. A good place to duck out of the rain.
The history of in this week's podcast brought to you by the British Society of Sport History in association with the Institute of Historical Research with Ryan Murtha of the University of Texas at Austin talking about lifestyle sports, a new trend in the discipline.
A show stopper of a dinner at Sama Sebo. Old school dining with gut busting portions. Highly recommended.
A 5am start in London meant that by the time I’d dumped my stuff at the hotel and got to the Rijksmuseum for lunch I was hungry and slightly ratty. Grub was needed before culture. A small wait for a table was natural enough and it’s a pleasant room to wait in the atrium of…
Good Italian food at Osteria.
German sport history in this week's podcast brought to you by the British Society of Sport History in association with the Institute of Historical Research with Professor Kay Schiller of the University of Durham talking about Alex Natan, the fastest Jew in Germany, and the 1972 Munich Olympics.