John Foster

'Hailing from Teesside, John can do other North East accents but can also do a variety of regional UK dialects too. Recent work includes Virgin Holidays and Virgin Atlantic.' John has been in the media industry for 30 years, presenting top-rated radio shows and working around the world in all formats - on CHR, Greatest Hits and Speech, Local, Regional and National BBC stations.'

Valerie Campbell

Confident yet engaging, quick-witted and articulate Valerie is the complete presenting package A natural narrator, possessing infectious enthusiasm and a zest for communicating with an enticing blend of chat, humour, and character voices Through an extensive career in radio, tv and performance, Valerie has occupied some keynote roles, such as in Peace FM radio, Coronation St and Manchester Carnival. Presenting Peace FM's Wednesday Morning Breakfast Show, Valerie developed a reputation in Urban morning talk In addition Valerie has performed at numerous events as dj/compare/host.

Peter Twist

With many years experience, Peter is an old hand at voiceover. Starting his career in the 80s, he survived the 90s... and now works for a multitude of corporate and commercial clients.

David Hulme

David has a well spoken, mature, warm, yet authoritive voice, confidently presented with a convincing and reassuring manner well suited to varied corporate and narrative work. His articulate, versatile and friendly voice also adapts well both to commercial and descriptive work.

Max McGill

Gravitas. Comedy. Narration. You've probably heard Max McGill on commercials, narrations, and promos for everyone from U.S. network and cable TV, ABC's Good Morning America, Adult Swim, Disney, McDonald's, to American Forces Network in Europe, Asia, Central America, and Africa. Not only is McGill a major voiceover artist, but throughout his many years in the electronic media, McGill has coached and mentored national radio hosts and voiceover artists who are heard in broadcast markets throughout the United States, including New York City and Los Angeles. McGill also conducts voiceover acting workshops for the AFN, colleges, and universities. As a creative force, McGill has McGill received the highest honors from the advertising community, including the Radio-Mercury Award (awarded for writing, voicing, and producing,) and over 50 national and regional awards from the American Advertising Federation and other advertising and communication organizations for his writing, producing, and voicing skills.

Peter Rainer

Peter may have the voice of God, but he’s also got a fascinating life outside the booth. He’s the film critic for the Christian Science Monitor and president of the National Society of Film Critics. He can also be heard regularly on "Film Week" on the National Public Radio-affiliate KPCC-FM in Los Angeles. He was a finalist in 1998 for the Pulitzer Prize in Criticism and is the author of the acclaimed new book "Rainer on Film: Thirty Years of Film Writing in a Turbulent and Transformative Era." He has also served as film critic for New York Magazine and the Los Angeles Times, and has lectured on film throughout the world.

Bill Everatt

Bill is a veteran Welsh broadcaster, who has been in the business since 1979. He possesses a warm Welsh voice, which instils confidence and trust in a listener and regularly makes appearances on Radio Wales, Radio Hafren and his own Celtica Radio. He has also recently voiced a series of multilingual Welsh/English commercials for The Open University.