Jo has worked as a presenter for the past 6 years, writing stories and interviews; broadcasting live world-wide; creating relationships and strong connections within the sports and foodie world. She has also produced and directed video content for many large corporate companies, working from conception to completion and thrives off finding and telling a story creatively and gaining interesting content from people of all walks of life.
Linda trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School but was born in Melbourne, Australia. She has travelled extensively, having lived in Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain and India, where she attended an American international school. As a result, Linda has excellent RP and General American accents on top of her native Australian. Linda is also a professional mezzo-soprano singer. Theatre credits include: U/S The Mousetrap (UK National Tour), Pride and Prejudice (Bristol Old Vic Studio), Measure for Measure (Brockley Jack), The Importance of Being Earnest (Brighton/Stratford-upon-Avon Fringe), Personnel (OffCut Festival, Riverside Studios), The Hatpin (Blue Elephant), The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (Landor), What the Butler Saw (Cement Box), The Merchant of Venice, Hay Fever, An Ideal Husband, Memory of Water (BOVTS).
A very experienced young actress, Carli has appeared in numerous productions both on stage and screen (she was even in one of Dawn French's Murder Most Horrid episodes, The Body Politic (the one with Hugh Laurie as the MP if you can't remember straight away!). She's also appeared in Giffgaff's zombie short/advertising campaign "Don't Be Scared"
Olly Mann is a presenter, comedy writer and gadget columnist. He is a regular host on talk station LBC 97.3FM and a weekly contributor to BBC 5 Live’s Saturday Edition and Let’s Talk About Tech, the UK’s No. 1 technology podcast. Olly can often be seen reviewing the papers on BBC Breakfast (BBC1), Lorraine (ITV), Sky News and BBC News Channel, and frequently appears on MacAulay & Co (Radio Scotland) and The Guardian’s Media Talk podcast. His other credits include regular appearances on Radio 2, Radio 4, 6 Music and a whole host of shows on ITV and Channel 4!
With her friendly and naturally smooth voice, Alexia can bring a very wide variety of scripts to life. From an engaging and professional corporate read, to a fun and lively kid's commercial, Alexia has an ear for accents and can effortlessly perform many voices from across the globe.
She's also done a stint on London Greek Radio and is a fluent Greek speaker!
Scott has a soft, warm and engaging voice, with a rich, quirky blend of characters. He has extensive experience of voicing commercials, promos, educational DVDs, Radio series, audio description, continuity, live events, short stories and more! When not behind a mic, you can see him on stage doing a variety of characters - he even acted as Robbie Rotten in the live performance of kids' TV series Lazytown!
Nicky is one of our resident RP specialists. Versatile and sophisticated, she can cover everything from authoritative professional to warm and engaging to quite frankly, positively illegal...
Trained by The BBC, Nicky has plenty of experience in radio AND television production - a winning combination we think.
Gary's warm friendly voice has been heard on numerous adverts, promos, trailers and narrations. He was also the host voice of the Millenium Dome during its year long exhibition. He's also enjoyed stints on Capital Radio and Radio One and currently presents the nationally and internationally syndicated shows Totally 80s and Totally 90s
Away from radio his voice was featured on ITVs 'Funhouse' and 'Supermarket Sweep' and he is a regular technology expert guest for QVC!
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.