The Como director downloads new music, checks windsurfing websites, loves the Xbox and regularly Twitters, but maintains he is still, fundamentally, a ‘sad old git’

Last was the last song you downloaded?

Love is Here by Starsailor

What shall we play?

Tiger Woods PGA Tour, Fifa 08 or Grand Theft Auto … except I hardly ever get to as my son hogs the Xbox and when we do play, he beats me!

What sites have you bookmarked?

Windguru, which carries weather forecasts for windsurfing destinations; Green TV, an online TV channel for environmental films; The Times online and Financial Times online

Which podcasts are listening to?

Best of Myspace, for music from up and coming bands, and best of YouTube, because it’s always interesting. I like Fighting Talk (the BBC’s sporting punditry contest) because it keeps me laughing on the train. When I’m in a more serious mood I listen to the

FT digital podcasts – Lucy Kellaway is brilliant and Martin Wolf presents a great economic overview. I also tune into Which to find out about the best products – I’m a sad old git really!

What have you bought online?

A Toyota Yaris, motor lawn mower, washing machine, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and all my sailing gear.

What do you play most on iTunes?

We’ll Live and Die in These Towns by The Enemy, Jeremiah by Starsailor, Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison, One by U2 and Reason to Believe by Rod Stewart, among others.

What TV programmes have you downloaded recently?

Dragons Den. I’m fascinated by the way the Dragons extract information, especially James Caan (pictured). Also, the Olympic sailing final, when Ben Ainslie (pictured) won gold.

What’s in your digital holster?

My 30Gb iPod with my whole record collection, pictures, podcasts, video and radio on it – the best invention in the past 20 years. I want the iTouch but I’m waiting to buy it when we visit New York in October. I also have a Sony camera with touchscreen and Bose noise reduction headphones for the train and plane.

Email or Twitter?

I prefer to twitter and talk but I spend a lot of time on the train so I email quite a lot.

What was the last film you went to see?

Mamma Mia! I went with nine women and thought I was going to fall asleep but I really loved it. Now I even want to see it at the theatre.