If you haven't read Tales of the City, please do. It's
entertaining, engrossing and a regular point of reference for me.
Anything by Kurt Vonnegut, but especially his accidental memoirs.
If you don't get Douglas Adams, you may not get me. Fear And
Loathing In Las Vegas was the first trip I ever had. Shall we skip
the pretentious box-ticking? Yes? Good. I'm not much good at that
either. I also occasionally read books that dance about
I don't watch a lot of movies. I've just started getting them by
post, so am open to recommendations. The only ones that spring to
mind are Withnail and I, Milk, Shortbus and The Muppet Movie. No,
seriously. I'll kick myself tomorrow and think of lots more.
I don't own a TV, but always make sure to find a way to watch
Doctor Who and QI. Recent box set addictions have been The Wire,
Mad Men and (still going on) The Sopranos.
As for music, you're probably better off asking last.fm - I enjoy a
fairly broad spectrum of music that I think is pop and nobody else
seems to (with occasional exceptions). Have a look at
if you think that might be
something you'd like to do.
I generally tend to try to eat healthily and quite often fail. I
often think I should be vegetarian, but I'm not.