Formerly a daytime presenter of BBC 6 Music, Vic has trained as an actor, a clown, and a stand-up comedian. She has proven herself to be a flexible, sensitive, all-round performer with a solid background in audio and live performance.
Whether working in journalism, narration or personality reads, Vic has the ability to create multiple characters and deliver them with impeccable timing. She is experienced in Corporate, Commercial, Continuity, Character and Naturalism; delivered in her native Northern or RP. She is fluent in poppycock, blarney and jive.
In her spare time, Vic loves nothing more than Northern Souling, DJing, and trying to mask her enthusiasm for the British Wrestling Scene.
Chris is the Breakfast presenter on BBC Radio 5 Live at the weekend and can often be heard presenting daytime programmes across the network. He's also a regular presenter on BBC 6 Music and an occasional host on BBC Radio 4. Chris has worked in radio for nearly twenty years and is known for having a deep, warm and authoritative voice. He's also been used in documentaries, TV work and commercials. Chris has presented and reported from some of the world's biggest events including football World Cups, Olympic Games and the US Presidential elections. He is extremely versatile and is able turn his hand from news and current affairs to music and sports presentation.
Michaela is Manchester based actress who graduated from the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts in 2013. Her native accent is general northern, however she has a good ear with most regional and european accents. She has extensive experience in stage, screen and voice over. Some of her theatre, TV and commercial credits include; Nina in 'Lost Boy Racer' (Manchester Lowry/Yorkshire tour), Carrie Hall in BBC's 'Doctors', Ellie Crown in the feature film 'The Dark Below' and 'There's A Beer For That' campaign directed by Michael Winterbottom.
Jenny's voice is genuine, honest. Young and upbeat, conversational and quirky with a Lancashire twist.
From girl next door, to energetic young Mum- Jennifer has a diverse and colourful voice. Her voice is equally at home in a regional radio ad, as it is in an edgy Spotify sound bite. She can temper tone from fun and enthusiastic to compassionate and understanding; sophisticated and stylish right around to confident and contemporary.
Alice is a Manchester based actress who trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Her career has involved a wide variety of projects from open air Shakespeare to live radio drama. Her voice is often described as bright and authoritative, though she has also been asked to play children/teenagers quite regularly. Her accent is basically neutral with just a slight Northern strut vowel.
Neil's from West Yorkshire and moved to Manchester in 1990. He is an experienced trainer and presenter, with television television credits including Coronation Street, Emmerdale and
Hollyoaks plus a variety of experience in short films!
Lissa is a voiceover with a serious CV. She’s worked for CBS Radio Los Angeles, KNX1070 NEWSRADIO and KFWB NEWS TALK 980. She is currently in her fourth consecutive season of representing KFWB NEWS TALK 980 (the Los Angeles Clippers’ radio home) during KFWB pre-game festivities for the Los Angeles Clippers' home games at the Staples Center. Outside of her voice work, she’s the program specialist for the Arts Journalism Programs at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. She has a warm, rich voice perfect for reads that require authority.
Ashleigh hails from Newcastle and has worked in radio for almost fifteen years, with stints at Trafficlink, Metro Radio, Magic 1152, Magic Network, 103.4 Sun FM and TFM. Voiceover work includes Cineworld Sunderland, Instore Radio Productions (Dalton Park, Furniture to Go and Wynsors World of Shoes) and recording the University of Sunderland podcasts for their website.
She's also worked as a continuity announcer for BBC One and BBC Two, BBC Three, BBC HD and BBC Four.
Lately, you can hear her on Heat Radio on DAB in the UK.... and Pattaya 105 in Thailand (which only goes to show just how small the world is these days!)