– post-vowel rhotacism;
– occasional trilled r's;
– retraction of /æ/ to /a/;
– develarization of velar nasals (ng -> n).
I've got a couple of questions, the first one is for the Brits: I also notice occasional devoicing of final d's, is it somewhat typical (but I've never heard of that as a typical accent feature), or is it her personal peculiarity?
The second question is for the American English speakers: what do you think of this accent as compared to standard British English, does it sound less 'foreign' to you, or maybe vice versa?