Nick Sampson

Nick has thirty years' experience as an actor, appearing in twenty productions at the National Theatre and half a dozen NT Live broadcasts. He is a regular on Radio 4's "The Corrupted" starring Toby Jones and recent TV credits include "Catastrophe" and "Belgravia". Feature films include "An Education" "Lost City of Z" and "Madness of King George"

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.

Linda Large

Linda is an experienced stage, film, TV and voice artist. Her voice credits include the radio dramatisation of Lynn Ruth Miller's autobiography How Life Begins in which Linda played Lynn, Ruth's elderly Rumanian grannie, her Japanese friend Toshimi, her posh English friend Columba and her American teacher, plus other minor roles. Other radio drama includes CERN: uNclear Physics, in which she played the station tannoy and the cynical journalist Kate Savage, and various roles in The Chronicles of Banania, a series of short plays broadcast on Resonance FM over several weeks, for HuRica Productions. She also played the caring neighbour Sheila Smith in Turning the Tide for Wireless Theatre Company. Linda worked as a physicist before becoming an actor and has recorded voice tapes for scientific experiments as well as engineering exam papers for sightdisabled students. She's also recorded voiceover for short films, including ADR. She reads poetry and stories, her latest being the Russian character Radha Mila in the short story Do Not Send Help by Anna Clair, recorded live at this year's first ever European LitCrawl for Liars' League.

Bernard Pellegrinetti

A stalwart of the industry and a multi-award winning actor and director, Bernard also acts in the plays he directs. With a calm RP delivery, Bernard is ideal for those soft sell reads. He can also speak fluent Italian!

Anna Harwich

Anna is our resident expert in radio drama, having worked on pieces for Radio 3 and Radio 4. With her soft but powerful voice, Anna can deliver any script with poise and gravitas (which is just fine by us) and has worked for a whole host of people including London's Trocadero, Cartoon Network, NBC, the BBC and the RNIB.

Nicky Lloyd-Williams

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.

Janet Spencer-Turner

Janet has a characterful older voice, which is suited perfectly to reads which need that little bit of trust and respectability but can also adapt to a quirky fun read too. She's been working as an actress for many years and is used to taking all manner of directions!

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.

Vincent Brimble

Vincent has a huge acting CV, which spans 30 years and takes in Grange Hill and Doctor Who. He possesses a powerful older voice, which is ideally suited to scripts which need a bit of drama and confidence inserted into them. Recent clients include UFEA, Atlas Editions, Audible and The British Museum