Ian has worked in broadcasting for well over 30 years. He's appeared on both sides of the microphone and camera in an enormous range of programmes and has been heard on landmark shows like “The Clothes Show”, “Countryfile” and “Tracks”. Ian narrated 35 episodes of "Mind Your Own Business" for BBC1, the Maverick TV documentary "Director's Debut" and the introductory video to the TNT annual conference. He voiced recent national TV ads for Bassetts Soft n' Chewy Multivitamins and plays the Greenleaf Hermit in the computer game “Dungeon Hero”. Ian supplied the voices of Safari Sam and Sir Cyril (Snake) for live action shows to be seen at Pontin's Holiday Centres and he’s the sponsor voice for ITV3’s Alan Titchmarsh Show. He has done oodles of narration for documentaries, corporate presentations, e-learning courses, audio books and telephone “on hold” messages. You can hear his “Happy Hour” programme on Swansbrook Radio every day -www.swansbrook.com.
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The Voice Chap’s Agent…
Lot’s of jobs can be arranged direct with the Chap - but if your job is complicated, grand in scale, involves a huge amount of money… or just if you’d prefer to talk to a nice lady before deciding to engage The Voice Chap you could do no better than to give Katie Matthews a call. She’s an expert and will make all the arrangements in a trice…
Katie is the boss at icantalk Ltd. - one of the top voice agencies in the UK. She has a lot of wonderful voices on the books - so, if the Chap isn’t quite what you’re looking for, Katie will be able to suggest an alternative.
Call icantalk on 01858 466 749, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the icantalk logo to be transported to their website….
In a previous life the Chap trained to be a photographer and he still likes to get his brownie out on occasions. There’s a selection of his work to view and even to purchase at www.feckenphoto.co.uk. Click on the delightful self portrait on the left for a visit to the gallery.
This is a real delight - a full scale luxury cinema in a tiny Worcestershire village. There’s lots of red plush, a giant screen, usherettes with ices on those trays with lights on…and very often The Voice Chap will welcome you in his ever so natty tuxedo -take a look by clicking HERE
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