Neda has been in this line of work since she was 19 years old and it has shaped her whole life.
As one of the lead presenters of the official Syrian Radio Damascus, Neda's required to deliver the highest level of Arabic. Syrian Radio Damascus is well known to be a reference in this regard.
She's also very experienced in many types of broadcasting materials, a few include; live news bulletins, documentary narration, poetry-reading shows and literature, interviews and discussions, adverts, children radio programs and quiz shows.
The microphone was Neda's trusted friend during the Syrian crisis, that she witnessed part of, before moving to Germany then the UK.
Neda is half Palestinian and half Syrian which allows her to master both accents, in addition to Lebanese, as she studied in Lebanon.
Raghad graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and has been working as an actor in
London since 2014. Her voice has been described as gorgeous, warm and engaging, in both her
native Scottish accent and her Arabic language. Her work includes BBC Radio 4 'Welcome to
Zaatari', BBC World Service 'The Battle for Raqqa', Audio book 'Nujeen', and many more.
'Nezar Alderazi is a trained actor working in Film, TV, Theatre, and Radio. His credits include the yet to be released TV series The Looming Tower (Legendary/Hulu), the feature film War Machine (Netflix/Plan B), and the play Occupational Hazards (Hampstead Theatre). As a Voice artist, Alderazi has a strong work ethic, is versatile in his range, and comfortable in his command of language, as he speaks both Arabic (Local Dialects + Standard) and English (Regional American Dialects + RP) fluently. Alderazi also has previous experience in dubbing which includes Shrek Forever After and the Lebanese film Where do we go now?'