Posts Tagged ‘narration’
Before you retrain as a teacher, have you thought about Audiobook Narration?
Ten Steps for Actors to Become Audiobook Narrators “Why don’t you train as a teacher? Then you’ll always have a back-up…” the plaintive, protective cry of every parent who ever had a child who wanted to become an actor, as they imagine their cherished child starving in an unheated, filthy flat or worse, drinking their…Read More
How I won an Earphones Award for Exceptional Audiobook Narration
In the middle of August in this exceptionally odd year of 2020 I was winding down, ready for a holiday I had barely dared to believe could happen, when I received an email telling me I had won an Earphones award from AudioFile Magazine for my part in the narration of “Lost Girls of Devon.”…Read More
What Can Audiobooks Offer Actors?
Who’d be an actor now? COVID-19 has been a grim time for actors. Theatres across the world have closed, with no real certainty on when they may open up again. Film and television sets have closed down and have only recently begun to re-open, with limitations imposed to control the spread of the virus. On…Read More