Voiceover and Radio Fun Stuff


Sometimes during a voiceover session you just need to speak something through with a person:

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Sometimes during a voiceover session you get the giggles when something stupid sets you off and there's no going back:

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One day all voiceover sessions will be recorded this way:



Here is a gentle mickey-take of BBC Radio 2's Jeremy Vine broadcast on the Jon Holmes and Miranda Hart programme:

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On 1st April 2011 Rob Brydon - who is well known for his Ken Bruce impersonation - sat in for Ken on his BBC Radio 2 show. It is something he has done before but this time he actually pretended to be Ken Bruce:

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Football, not his strongest subject, causes problems on BBC Radio 2 for Ricky Salmon:

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What is it with BBC Radio 5 Live's Nicky Campbell and fox hunting? The following two clips contain very strong language:

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Which gives us the perfect excuse to drag up this classic clip of Nicky's when he introduced the master of the West Kent hunt at 6am (and then again two hours later):

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Here is a lesson for all broadcasters from BBC Radio 2's Chief Announcer, Alan Dedicoat.

When you are on shift, make sure you are in the studio a few minutes before you are due to go on air:

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From time to time Newsreaders crack up when a story tickles them and they get the giggles.

This is undoubtedly the funniest example ever, when in 2006, John Marsh was reading an 11am bulletin for Ken Bruce's show on BBC Radio 2:

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Here is another lesson for all broadcasters from Ricky Salmon. When you are on the air, turn off your phone:

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