Liat Hughes Joshi

Liat Hughes Joshi is a London-based freelance writer, media commentator and voice over. She has a [calm, authoritative voice with an RP accent and is in her 40s]. As an experienced media commentator, she appears regularly on Sky News and LBC, and has also featured on Good Morning Britain, Channel 5 News, ITV, BBC Breakfast, BBC Radio 4 and 5 and BBC regional radio stations. She has written five books and contributed to many national and international publications ranging from The Daily Telegraph, The Sun, The Guardian and The Sunday Times to leading magazines and websites.

Tony Shepherd

Having worked for some of the UK’s biggest radio stations including Capital FM in London, Heart and Bauer Media, Tony had a microphone in front of him before a baby’s bottle! Not just a face for radio though – he’s also been a regular on the telly box on Sky Movies, GMTV and has been lucky enough to travel the world as a showbiz reporter. Hugely adaptable with a warm and friendly style, Tony is perfect for promos, narration, on-hold services - in fact he’s willing to get his golden tonsils around pretty much anything you can throw at him! Previous clients include LG, Sky, BBC, Bupa, Unilever and Paramount Pictures.

Toni Phillips

Toni can be heard on Capital Xtra Sunday to friday 1 til 4pm across the whole of the UK. She's also been the station voice for Kiss 100 and Capital London as well as the Capital network and worked for brands like Hugo Boss for their Boss Orange campaign as well as many others!

Ben Williams

Ben is the current male VO for all three Kiss stations (Kiss, Kisstory and Kiss Fresh) and is also on the Nordic versions of these stations in Norway and Finland. Additional work includes commercials for Thorpe Park, Spotify, Choice FM, Xfm, Heart and Galaxy.



Bex Lindsay

As drive-time presenter on national radio station Fun Kids, Bex is used to being in front of a microphone! Bex is a confident performer, having had experience of hosting onstage to 10,000 people at British Summer Time Festival in Hyde Park, and presenting awards at the Children’s Baftas. She knows how to make audio content sound both exciting and engaging, and can be heard on many adverts for books, apps and toys! Originally from the north-east but now based in London, her tone is friendly, bright and upbeat.

Martin Cox

Trained in radio, television, film and theatre, Martin has a very versatile voice, with many credits for commercials, corporates, broadcast documentaries and animation characters. Martin was a Senior Producer at BBC Radio One and also has a professional recording studio at home. From classic RP to smooth and silky, epic and comedy, high energy to sympathetic, his versatility and experience stand out.

Robert Dukes

A London based actor, experienced in film, stage and radio drama, Robert brings a sense of fun and professionalism to his work that clients love. His training began under the direction of Andy Jordan at Lincoln School of Performing Arts, graduating with a BA Hons in Drama. Since then he continued training in London and LA with sought after American Coach, Bernard Hiller. His most recent work with his own film company, “Flight of Fancy Films”, won “Best Film” at “Shakespeare on Film 2014” judged by Kenneth Branagh, Kate Fleetwood, Jason Wingrove and Rupert Goold.

Paul Golliker

Paul Golliker is a male, Northern voiceover based in London. Depending on the nature of your project his northern tones can be delivered to add warmth, punch, sincerity or sexiness. Paul has bags of experience with credits including TV and radio commercials, promos, narration, station imaging and on-hold audio. Paul’s recent clients include MTV, BBC, Gaviscon, Red Bull, Lynx and Bench. He is based in London but available on ISDN and can travel to sessions – even those outside of Soho!

Maya Sapone

Maya Sapone is a classically trained singer, actress and Italian voiceover artist. Born in Gabon to a Thai mother and Italian father, Maya was raised in a multicultural environment and moved to London in 2001 to further her training in opera and contemporary music. Having been an active performer since an early age Maya is very confident and experienced both on stage and in the recording studio. As a session singer Maya’s exceptional versatility, vocal flexibility and improvisational skills have made her popular amongst film and TV composers. Credits include commercials for Panasonic, Sony, and library music for Cavendish Music/Boosey & Hawkes. As a voiceover artist Maya has often been chosen for her natural, clear, smooth and warm tone. Her voice is perfectly suited for business and corporate films, training and tutorial videos, commercials and narrative projects. Credits include Microsoft, BMW, Johnson & Johnson, Kennametal, Willkommen.

Stephen Marzella

Stephen has been an actor since 1981 with a wealth of experience in theatre, television, film and radio. Among a dynamic and varied range of roles for BBC Radio Drama he played multiple characters in The Diary of Samuel Pepys. Recent television includes a recurring role in the first two seasons of Da Vinci’s Demons for the Starz Network and he can be seen in the new feature film Walking with the Enemy. A massive body of theatre work includes a best actor award for A View from The Bridge as well as performing wide-ranging parts in most of the theatres in the UK.