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  • Rich Keeble stars in British Indie ‘Criminal Audition’

    ‘Criminal Audition’ follows an ex-lawyer and his team who run an underworld service, seeking the most desperate (and ...

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  • Catch Akemnji Ndifornyen in new Netflix mini-series ‘The Queens Gambit’

    Abandoned and entrusted to a Kentucky orphanage in the late 1950s, Beth Harmon discovers an astonishing talent for chess while ...

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  • Mikhail Sen stars in the epic Indian tale of life and love ‘A Suitable Boy’

    India, 1951. Nineteen year-old university student Lata seems to have her life already mapped out thanks to old traditions and an ...

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  • See Loud & Clear Talent in cult Crime Drama ‘The Alienist: Angel of Darkness’

    ‘Angel of Darkness’ the sequel to ‘The Alienist’, promises to be an unflinching, gripping, ...

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  • Don’t miss Emma Cunniffe in major new political thriller “Roadkill”

    Peter Laurence is a self-made, forceful and charismatic politician. Peter’s public and private life seems to be falling apart ...

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New voices

  • Caroline Hayes

    30/40's West Country/RP Gentle/Characterful/Warm

  • Lizzy Pattinson

    20/30's RP/Neutral Confident/Aspirational/Sassy

  • Lucy Irving

    30/40's Neutral, Assured/Soothing/Husky

  • Mikey O’Connor

    30/40's American, Smooth/Versatile/Comedic

  • Mikhail Sen

    20/30's, Indian/RP Expressive/Warm/Refined

Interesting fact

Warm up your voice before heavy use. Most people know that singers warm up their voices before a performance, yet many don’t realize the need to warm up the speaking voice before heavy use, such as teaching a class, preaching, or giving a speech. Warm-ups can be simple, such as gently gliding from low to high tones on different vowel sounds, doing lip trills (like the motorboat sound that kids make), or tongue trills.

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