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Salma is a former ITV News reporter and presenter with more than 20 years of broadcast experience. Salma has been noted for her reliability and prides herself on the quality of her work. She is a pleasure to work with and happy to be directed if need-be.
Voice & Accents: Her voice ranges from authoritative to warm but is always engaging. Her voice age is 25 to 40 and her natural accent is RP English, but as a born and bred Londoner, she can slip into Cockney with ease. She can speak conversational German and can read short German or Swiss German scripts well. She also has a wonderful Russian accent if required as well as various American and French accents.
Studio: Her professional home studio is equipped with Rode NT1 Microphone, Adobe Audition recording and editing software.
Salma brings a unique voice and style to our projects. Her background as a journalist is invaluable as she can get to the core of a discussion or interview with minimal brief, which leads to a natural, ﬂowing style that puts guests at ease. She is completely professional, always has suggestions that improves the ﬁnal result, and is a pleasure to work with.
- Will Jones, Marketing Manager, Ecophon
Glen has worked as a professional broadcaster in radio, television and in the corporate sector for many years and has worked across a variety of platforms from had news to shopping and travel television.
He started his broadcasting career in local radio and his journalistic background at Sky News and Meridian ITV puts him in a strong position where ‘authority’ and ‘gravitas’ is required. He prides himself on ‘a job well done’ and is friendly and easy to work with.
Glen is an accomplished voice-over artist and has a strong, powerful delivery, ideal for getting an important message across. Voice over work includes commercial ads, TV promos, presentations, infomercials, narration, corporate productions and multimedia productions.
Clients: BMW, London Weekend Television, Sky News, GMTV, TV Travel Shop, QVC, Meridian ITV, History Channel, National Geographic Channel, Screenshop, Orange, Post Office, Eastern Daily Press.
Kev is an experienced voice artist, news broadcaster, producer and comedy writer whose work has been heard on brands including BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 live, QVC and the Travel Channel.
His warm, conversational delivery is well suited to continuity announcing, commercials, narration, audio description and corporate projects. His versatility is such that, whilst his experience as a news broadcaster allows him to deliver scripts clearly and with authority, he can also effectively appeal to a younger demographic through his natural enthusiasm and youthful sound.
His career began in 2000 as the breakfast show news and entertainment presenter of Liverpool radio station Juice FM. He became News Editor the following year and rose to the challenge of single-handedly presenting live rolling coverage of the September 11th attacks, making the story accessible to the station’s young adult demographic. A move to Galaxy FM (now Capital FM) in 2002 saw Kevin installed in the network’s newsrooms in Manchester and Leeds, before becoming breakfast news and entertainment presenter for the biggest radio station outside London, Galaxy Yorkshire, in 2005. As Senior Journalist he led the development of journalists across the network in presenting and writing content in a conversational and accessible style, helped to secure Sony Radio Academy and New York Festivals awards and presented live rolling coverage of the July 7th attacks. Kev moved on from Galaxy in 2011 to go freelance. Since then, in addition to presenting news bulletins for BBC Radio 5 live and national commercial radio brands including Heat Radio and Smooth Radio, he has co-produced and featured in a BBC Radio 1 documentary, “Twitfalls: Social Media Gets Nasty”.
Clients: Having spread his wings outside of news broadcasting, Kev is now a voice artist with credits including promos for The Jewellery Channel and QVC and continuity announcing for the Travel Channel. He also writes topical comedy content for commercial radio stations and his work has featured in BBC Radio 4’s “Newsjack”.
Studio: Kev works from his home studio providing broadcast quality audio via ipDTL, with the flexibility to meet your deadlines and expectations. He’s also more than happy to travel to a studio of your choosing if you prefer.
Jake's professional career as a broadcast journalist has seen him cater to many different audiences offering a range of styles. He has been heard reading news on the likes of Capital FM, Heart, Smooth, LBC and talkSPORT. His voice can also be heard on sports video packages used online by worldwide clients of ITN Productions.
Jake has a London accent with a young sounding voice and can provide voice over for both the commercial and corporate world.
Peter has a deep but clear voice with a Received Pronunciation accent. He has been in broadcasting all his life, presenting for both TV & radio stations across the UK.
Peter is a former BBC TV News presenter and voices authentically with a Mid-Atlantic accent.
His voiceover work has covered a wide range of outputs; commercials, audio books, promos, video games and also many corporate and training videos for many leading international organisations.
Clients: McDonald’s, Volvo, European Space Agency, Jaguar, Premier Foods, Lego, Pepsico, Serimax, BMW, Schlumberger, Linde and many more.
Studio: His studio is broadcast quality with Neumann U87 microphones with ipDTL facility. Peter is also a skilled audio editor using Adobe Audition and video editing using Adobe Premiere Pro.
Peter went above and beyond! Truly a pleasure to work with!
-Sara Grace Donnely Voices.com
Extremely fast, friendly and professional. Has been a pleasure working with Peter. Looking forward to our next project.
-David S Frank, USA
Quick turn around, and very professional. Wonderful to work with!
-Rob Whitlow, USA
Peter is excellent to work with - very quick responses, professional, and as promised he was more than happy to send through many variations of his already great work. I have no hesitation in recommending him.
-Young Ha Kim
Steven has worked as a professional broadcaster in radio, TV and in the corporate sector for nearly two decades and has worked across a variety of platforms - from news and documentaries to awards ceremonies and music events.
Steven has been a national newsreader on UK commercial radio for over ten years, presenting on various stations including Virgin Radio, Planet Rock and talkSPORT. He was the voice of news on the flagship ‘Simon Bates at Breakfast’ show on Smooth Radio UK for two years, 2011-2013 as well as regular news reading bookings for BBC Radio 2. He is an accomplished voice-over artist and has a strong, powerful delivery, ideal for getting an important message across.
Voice over work includes commercial ads, TV promos, presentations, narration, corporate productions and MC at awards ceremonies. He is the official voice over for the annual MediaCity Ball, introducing stars from BBC and ITV onto the stage for this important industry event. Steven was recently hired (along with Kate Adie) to voice the BBC Local Radio promos for the “World War One at Home” series across all BBC platforms. These played out across BBC stations throughout the UK. He is also the current “Voice of News” on Drivetime with Richard Allinson across the UK on Magic FM (currently number one London commercial radio station with over 3.5 million listeners) as well as bookings for BBC Radio 2.
He is perfect for your serious commercials from a voice that people can trust. Choose Steven for those ads or corporate presentations that require a sense of authority.
Clients: MediacityUK, Magic FM, Bauer Media, DenimNation Group, BMW, SkySports and talkSPORT.
British Male voice over, JC comes with over 40 years' radio experience as a presenter, newsreader, producer and lecturer.
Studio: Full recording and editing facilities, vocal booth, online, immediate wav or mp3 delivery.
Lynn is Yorkshire based, working from her professional home studio. She is a former senior broadcast journalist and news presenter for BBC Radio 1's Newsbeat.
Voice & Accent: She has a neutral, warm RP English accent and can turn up her Yorkshire accent on request.
Nadira worked as a reporter for BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 1. Nadira is also an experienced Newsreader and Voice of God. Nadira has narrated several TV documentaries for Motorvision HD/OSN which include "Top Ten Show", "Motorland UK", "Made in Germany" and "Motorheads". She has also narrated "Cost of Coffee" and "Cost of Cotton" for BBC World Service as well as "Screaming Without Words" for BBC Radio 1Xtra.
Clients: Nadira's corporate clients include BBC Connect and Create, BBC Outreach, Glyndwr University, 2TG, RAHFT, Prince's Trust, Stroke Association, Knew Productions, Frozen Moon, Ministry of Defence, Samsung, Flyby and Redrow TV.