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.
Mark is an experienced theatre actor who has lent his vocal talents to BBC Radio 4, adverts, video games, audiobooks, and more besides. He has a naturally resonant and highly distinctive voice, but with a broad versatility of tone and a great ear for accents.
Aine trained as an Actress in Paris and yes, she can speak French; even a Parisian would understand her. She has her own Theatre and Production companies and took her one-woman show to the Edinburgh Festival in 2014. She is a freelance Writer for publications including Time Out and Refinery 29. Her voice over work includes adverts for Premier Christian radio, New Noise Audio and the feature film Boogie Woogie where she provided voices for various background characters. Aine has a naturally warm and friendly voice that can easily move between softly informative, authoritarian to bubbly and energetic. She can work out of her own home studio for those last minute jobs
Longing to explore her creativity, Lynda began a journey of self-discovery and moved to North America. She studied interior and graphic design at UCLA in wonderful, sunny California where she was awarded the James R Northcutt Scholarship prize in Fundamentals of Design. She moved back to the UK (after a 5 year stint in Canada) in 2014.
It is her voice, however, that stands out to most people. With the help of talented coaches Mike Kirby from VoiceWorx (narration) and Melissa Altro (animation) Lynda has begun a career that can combine all her creative talents, and finally do something that she loves and is passionate about.
Marisa is totally bilingual in Spanish and English, with extensive voicework experience in both! Clients include Wrangler Jeans, Hertz Cars and IBM plus she's worked on a whole host of e-learning and corporate projects.
James is a well established Radio and TV Broadcaster and Broadcast Journalist with extensive experience in live and pre-recorded radio and TV, predominantly covering Travel News and travel-related comment for news/features, but also reporting from motoring and motorsport events, including the Goodwood Festival of Speed and the Goodwood Revival.
James can be heard daily on BBC Radio and LBC, and has broadcast on most BBC Local Radio stations, along with national stations including Talksport, Absolute, Smooth and Classic FM. He's presented on ITV London News, GMTV/Daybreak News and BBC News.
Past V/O clients include Merck Pharmaceuticals, Sony, Mortal Films, D2 Jeans, BBC and Sky.
Megan is British... but is also half Korean, a quarter Dutch.. and a quarter Portuguese! Being an actress and musician, she has wealth of skill under her belt - timing, tempo, dynamics and expression.
Recent work includes providing the voice for a character in a short film called "Berlin" (due for release later this year) and also for a corporate video for Mad Dog Ski.
She also plays the cello very, very well...!
Anna Cordell has worked in film, TV, theatre and radio. She appeared in 'Funeral Fantasy' at the Gate Theatre and in 'Cinderella' at the Shaw Theatre. She was in ITV’s 'The Bill' and was in the horror movie, the 'Hand of Death'. Her radio credits for BBC drama include 'Is There Room in Your Life?' and the lead role in 'Dead Treasure'. Anna has recorded audio books for 'The Personal Shopper' by Carmen Reid for Oakhill Publishing, 'The Adultery Club' by Tess Stimson for ISIS Publishing and 'The Helen Keller' story for Dorling Kindersley. She also records for additional dialogue for film & TV, English Language tapes, plus many adverts for TV and film as well as corporate PR and training videos.
Jo was born on the Wirral, in the UK. Her love of theatre began at the tender age of five when she tap danced at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall following in her mother’s footsteps who was a dancer!
At the age of 12 she moved to Durban, South Africa with her family and her acting work continued in various school productions. She was inspired by the work at The Market Theatre in Johannesburg having been lucky enough to see a production of “Woza Albert” there.
Moving back to the UK, she took up journalism on the student newspaper and worked as a reporter after leaving university, covering stories for newspapers and radio. Her work in radio and television has given Jo the opportunity to work as a presenter for the BBC, ITN, The Weather Channel and as a travel reporter for Sky Television she has the enviable job of travelling to some of the most exotic corners of the world. As a radio host she has worked for Capital Radio, Talk Radio and the US Channel CNBC. Jo manages to combine her presenting with her work as an actor.
Tom trained at Rose Bruford College in London. His voice is warm, engaging with native North Wales within his range too! Tom has an extensive C.V. with a broad range of theatre and television credits to his name, working for companies including the BBC, S4C and Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru (Welsh National Theatre) amongst others.