In this episode we bring you LJMU Chancellor Nisha Katona MBE in conversation with the BBC's Sean Curran.
This is a recording of the second Roscoe Lecture of LJMU's Bicentenary year, held at Liverpool's St George's Hall.
Nisha and Sean are both alumni of LJMU's School of Law. During this fascinating conversation, Nisha reflects on her family life and upbringing, her education at LJMU, embarking on a career in law and setting up Mowgli, her hugely successful chain of restaurants. She also shares her recipe for success.
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