Ahhg! I'm scared of the concept of 'favourite'.
But I suppose I can have a go.
I like action, adventure, thriller, science fiction, fantasy. If
really forced to say I'd have to admit to Raymond Chandler and
would settle on 'The Big Sleep'
Well genres as books with the addition of Chinese martial arts,
well most Chinese films then, since taking up Taiji.
I'm assuming this means TV shows rather than theatre (I prefer a
straight play to one with singing and dancing in it, but can
probably manage to sit through one, but I might well feel
traumatised if I'm not allowed to talk my way down out of it
afterwards). Back to TV. Well I gave up on the stuff a few years
ago, but can still be lured into putting Doctor Who on the
i-player, though this sometimes takes some doing as I am generally
unsympathetic with the new format. Blake's 7 from the late 70s
early 80s is my all time favourite, and Hitchhiker's Guide to the
Galaxy (I know it's a radio series really, but TV was my first
meeting of it and I tend to go to the books most often.
I guess Italian or Chinese for going out. Stew probably at home. My
attitude tends to be based on what food comes to hand and then I
cook it as best I can with some variation from day to day.
Oh damn I forgot Music:
Well. My favourite is going to little gigs the smaller the better.
It doesn't really matter what 'mode' is being performed. Pub gigs
are great, but if I can get a friend to play what ever it is they
are just working on for just me, that really is the best.