June 16 2016

Image of Voiceover

Picture: Canongate Studios

You know that awkward feeling when you hear a recording of your own voice, and think 'I don't sound like that'? Well magnify that times a hundred when you have to do a voiceover session. You have to watch yourself on a screen in front of you, and then when a large red light comes on, read the relevant lines from a script. It's all rather unnerving. Here I am doing 'the VO' (as it's called in telly land) for an episode of 'Fake or Fortune?', which will be out soon.

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