Presenter: Fliss Goldsmith

Hi, my name is Fliss Goldsmith. I am 36 years old and live in beautiful. A life -long Derby County supporter, wrestling fan, adorer of teddy bears, devotee of Queen and Freddie Mercury and all round biscuit aficionado. I have been blessed with two amazing children in Erin (7) and Rod (4) and a rock of a husband (Shannon) who supports my many and varied interests and pursuits in life. A writer and presenter with a love of finding common ground and opening conversations to bring people together. My hair colour changes more often than the lunar cycle and has been everything from blonde to black, red to blue, purple, green and everything in between. Learning to live with a chronic illness has afforded me patience, resilience, gratitude and the right to eat an entire packet of garibaldis and claim the raisin content as one of my five a day. Always hoping to add value wherever I can and honoured to meet and work with so many interesting people.

…Getting to know you…

What Is Your Most Unusual Talent?

I can make my eyeballs vibrate at will!

What would your autobiography be called?

Thoroughly Modern Mayhem.

If you were allowed to only own one album for the rest of your life, which would you pick?

Queen’s Greatest Hits 1.

Describe your life using film titles.

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly / It’s a Wonderful Life.

If you could steal credit for any great piece of art, song, film, book etc which one would you claim?

Starry Night by Van Gogh – mesmerised since seeing it for the first time aged 7.

Scones. Jam first or cream?

Jam for goodness sake – always jam!

What, if anything, have you ever re-gifted?

Scarves, I get so many of them and I only have one neck!

Do you have any strange phobias?

Trypophobia – fear of holes, regularly spaced holes, aaaagggghhhh – it’s making me itch typing this!

What are three things still left on your bucket list?

Skydiving, Wing Walking, Wrestlemania 40.

If you could have any one superpower, which would you choose?

Unwavering luck

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