Simran is the host, writer and creator of The Slow Melt, the first podcast to cover the continuum of chocolate and Saveur Magazine’s editors’ choice for 2017 Best Food Podcast. She is a contributor to KCRW’s Good Food, and her segment “We Eat With Our Ears” won second place in the 2018 Association of Food Journalists Best Audio Food Journalism category. (Listen below.) She has been featured on programs including The Splendid Table, PRI’s The World, The Wall Street Journal podcast Off Duty, Heritage Radio Network, Vatican Radio and multiple NPR affiliates.

She is the former host of the PBS QUEST series on science and sustainability, and was the environmental correspondent for NBC News, which included contributions to CNBC, MSNBC, TODAY and Nightly News. She has been featured on The Oprah Winfrey ShowThe Ellen DeGeneres ShowThe Martha Stewart Show, the History Channel, Bravo, Oxygen Media and ABC in Australia.


SELECTED RADIO SEGMENTS

Host, Writer and Creator of The Slow Melt, a podcast about chocolate

Good Food (KCRW): “Terra Madre: Celebrating farmers, food and the land that sustains them”

Good Food (KCRW): “How is our chocolate addiction killing the environment?”

Good Food (KCRW): “How a Tarentaise cheese swept the show”

Good Food (KCRW): “Coming to the table at Slow Food Nations”

Good Food (KCRW): “A report from Camp Bacon”

Good Food (KCRW): “We eat with our ears”

Collective Creamery: “Bonus Minisode! A Chat with Simran Sethi”

Mother Jones Bite: “Save the Chocolate”

Heritage Radio Network (Eat Your Words): “The Slow Melt”

Good Food (KCRW): “Dishing up dialogue at Conflict Kitchen”

Climate One at the The Commonwealth Club: “Bread, Wine and Chocolate in a Warming World”

Real Food Media with Anna Lappé: “Real Food Reads: Simran Sethi”

The Splendid Table: “Simran Sethi: ‘We’re losing biodiversity in foods'”

PRI’s The World: “A deadly fungus is threatening the future of bananas in Asia — and could spread around the world”

WSJ Off Duty podcast: “Holiday Geek Gifts, Chocolate and Private Getaways”

The Leonard Lopate Show (WNYC): “Where Has All the Chocolate Gone?”

Good Food (KCRW): “Pickles, hot chicken GMO labeling, antidepressants and taste”

Delicious Revolution: “Simran Sethi on the biodiversity behind the flavors we love, democratizing taste, and how everyone can take back their own experience of food”

Heritage Radio Network: Interview on “Food Talk with Mike Colameco”

Vatican Radio: “Faith and the Environment” interview with Linda Bordoni