About Our Podcast

In Where's Home Really, Journalist, restaurant critic, and Masterchef judge Jimi Famurewa talks to some of the world’s most loved public figures from different backgrounds, who each have their own unique experiences and emotional responses to the question of Where’s Home Really? Jimi asks each guest to reveal a person, a phrase, a place and a plate that best represent what home means to them – with fun, fascinating, and moving results to help us better understand ourselves, our neighbours, and the modern world.

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Recent Episodes

10: Where's Home Really... for Charlene White?
May 04, 2023

10: Where's Home Really... for Charlene White?

“I could do an all-black episode of ‘Loose Women’ and all four of us would get a torrent of vitriol and hate – mostly from people who don’t watch the show anyway!” Jimi wraps up the first series of Where's Home Really? with ITV news anchor and ‘Loose Women&...

9: Where's Home Really... for Rickie Haywood-Williams?
April 27, 2023

9: Where's Home Really... for Rickie Haywood-Williams?

"The overriding factor that drew me to support Liverpool FC was John Barnes… he had Jamaican heritage, my dad’s Jamaican, he was a phenomenal player, and he looked like me!" Jimi is joined by presenter and BBC Radio 1 DJ Rickie Haywood-Williams for an entertaining journey from his prou...

8: Where's Home Really... for Melissa Hemsley?
April 20, 2023

8: Where's Home Really... for Melissa Hemsley?

"Take That wanted us to cook for them on tour so I said to my sister: ‘I like to be in bed early!’ Plus, I don’t know if it’s our Filipino blood but we aren’t big drinkers.”  Best-selling cookery writer, chef, TV presenter and self-labelled "real food activi...


What the people say about us

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I’m transported into the guests home…

A wonderful podcast, I love the way I am transported into the ‘home’ of each guest, I feel so warm and fuzzy when I hear the perspectives of family live. Please please keep these coming. Well Done Jimi

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Wholesomely nutritious for my soul

Every episode gave my soul a hug.

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Great Show

I stumbled upon this show while listening to another favorite podcast of min. Although still very new, I thoroughly enjoyed the series. I especially liked the interviews with Stephen K Amos and Evelyn Mok. I’m a first generation American originally from Nigeria and could see myself in most of your guests and their parents. Please keep it up