What is on the menu of your last supper?
A glass of Prosecco, a large plate of southern Italian antipasti with a large glass of red wine, followed by a cheap cigar.
What's on your ipod/stereo?
The CDs on my stereo at the moment are Absolution by Muse, Marvin Gaye, Clandestino by Manu Chao, everything by the Swingle Singers and Middle of Nowhere by Orbital.
Who would you most like to meet?
At the moment Matt Bellamy from Muse. I love the way he manages to write so many fantastic hooks.
What's the best piece of advice you have ever been given?
I don't get a lot. The best one I can remember being given is to cross Naples by tram because it's the cheapest, most fun day you can have in your life.
Describe your favourite place?
The top of the Metropolitan Government building in Tokyo. It's a viewing platform on the 68th floor and it's Tokyo in every direction.
What are you reading at the moment?
No Logo. It's wicked, I thought it would be impenetrable.
What is your biggest indulgence?
It's got to be food really.
Wherever I am I always end up saying sod it, I need something expensive.
Jeremy Sadler is a member of the Swingle Singers, who will appear in the National Concert Hall tomorrow.
Tickets from 8 available from NCH Box Office, 01 417 0000 www. nch. ie