My Top 5 – Pollyanna Woodward
Pollyanna Woodward is a well known TV presenter, most recognised for her part in hit geek TV show The Gadget Show. She is currently between her homes in The UK and the US and working on new TV show ideas Tech and none Tech related. Pollyanna is going to be back on our screens soon both in the UK and US. Pollyanna is also enjoying life travelling with her little 9 month old boy Lex and Husband.
Pollyanna shares her Top 5 with us. What do you think of her picks?
Unsustainable by Muse
I saw them in concert in Phoenix about 2 years ago- they were incredible one of the best concerts I’ve ever been to, the album The 2nd Law is brilliant but I love unsustainable as it is quite a dark, manic, dirty tune, it made the perfect soundtrack.
Feels like Home– Chantal Kreviazuk
This is a beautiful track more so for the lyrics, I can’t even remember how I came across this I think it may have been a shazam moment, but this song is the reason I went out and bought a guitar so I could learn it and sing it to my hubby on our wedding day, I didn’t manage to do it for the wedding but I’m still slowly learning.
Rhythm is a dancer – Snap!
I was born in the 80’s – so this is completely indulgent, you can’t beat a good track from your youth and though I have the Ministry of Sound 90’s Anthems so indulge often, this is one of my favourites the haunting vocals at the beginning are the best trigger for a good boogie -it’s great.
To Build a Home – The Cinematic Orchestra
This song completely takes me away it’s what I class as my “travel song” as I travel the world I love listening to music like my own journeys soundtrack – I remember being in morocco driving through the scape with a moody sky, the sun beaming through the clouds wherever it could- this in my headphones – it was an ethereal moment,beautiful – so it’s one of my go to travel tracks to make me stop, be in the moment and really appreciate what’s around me.
Take on Me – A-HA
I am the youngest of 6 kids and being born in the 80’s I was exposed to a lot of 80’s music growing up and I LOVE it, so this is just a guilty pleasure- a must sing along to track that always makes me smile.