Busy week….

Voiceovers can certainly be a famine or feast business. This week was quite a productive one …..repeat business from Airbiotics; then a quick turnaround job for a voiceover about teaching software; another rush job for a Belgian company, and finally the promise of a  Come Dine with Me take off – the audition turned out better than…

Tracey Ullman

There’s no doubt that she’s talented, her characterisations and impersonations are brilliant, so much so that I found myself asking who the guy was playing the failed entrepreneur! But having watched the Tracey Ullman show for the first time yesterday, I had to conclude that she’s not well served by the 6 writers she’s employing. Some very…

A true gentleman…..

So sorry to hear about the passing of Terry Wogan –  I had the pleasure of working with him a couple of times. He was just as he appeared on the screen – charming, funny and a real gentleman. A sad loss to the broadcasting world.

War and Peace

Loving the Series on BBC1 – beautifully filmed and some excellent acting. Just had my own little fling with the Russian language doing a voiceover for the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade. Some very challenging pronunciations. Did I learn anything? Well, Da and niet!

Another great talent gone

Same age, same illness, within a few days of Bowie, the great actor Alan Rickman leaves the stage. A superb character actor, always a great performance from Truly madly deeply to Love Actually, Die Hard and Harry Potter. Another sad loss for the Arts world.