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“My Favourite Things”: Charlotte Dann, Senior Lecturer in Psychology

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My favourite TV show - Westworld

My favourite place to go -out for food!

My favourite city - Copenhagen

My favourite thing to do in my free time - I’m a gamer, so spend a lot of time on my Switch

My favourite athlete/sports personality - Rafael Nadal (I took Spanish up to A-Level, and had to do a whole project on him and his life – plus I love the tennis!)

My favourite actor – Fiona Shaw – she plays my absolute favourite character in Killing Eve

My favourite author - that’s a hard one! Right now it’s Philip Pullman

My favourite drink - tea (milk two sugars)

My favourite food - a good (medium rare) steak

My favourite place to eat - right now I’m missing Nuovo (Northampton) for Italian food, but I also love Mowgli (in Birmingham) for Indian food

I like people who - take time to actually listen to what you’re saying, undistracted

I don’t like it when people - are rude! Who does?!

My favourite book - I recent read Circe by Madeline Miller, and that’s definitely up there. The Power by Naomi Alderman is also great

My favourite book character - Peeves from Harry Potter 🙂

My favourite film - this does change frequently! At the moment though I still have a lot of love for Midsommar.

My favourite poem - I’m not a huge poetry person, but I did find Milk & Honey from Rupi Kaur interesting (a controversial choice I guess)

My favourite artist/band - The Maccabees, all day everyday

My favourite song - Waiting for the beat to kick in – Dan Le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip

My favourite art - Georgia O’Keefe’s From the Faraway, Nearby, or Maman from Louise Bourgeois

My favourite person from history - Dolly Parton is a queen

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