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Neev Spencer

Neev Spencer

Most listened-to British female DJ. From Kiss FM's Kisstory.

Neev Spencer

Neev Spencer

Neev Spencer is officially the most listened to British female DJ in the UK.

Her mid-morning slot on Kiss FM attracts a daily audience of 1.6 million, due in no small part to Neev's down to earth attitude and larger than life personality. From interviewing the likes of David Guetta, Pink, Rihanna, 1D, and even David Cameron, Neev is at the cutting edge of the urban music scene.

Off air, Neev is in demand as a DJ, playing the UK’s coolest spots and super clubs every week.


After heading in Ibiza for the past three years, Neev has supported David Guetta plans to release her first debut single.

Neev is also ambassador for several charities, including Dance4Life, Mencap, Women of The Future, and The Princes Trust.

She's a hot young talent, and you should check out her videos and voiceover showreels at the links below:

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Harry Enfield

Harry Enfield

BAFTA-winning comedian, actor, writer and director.

Harry Enfield

Harry Enfield

One of the UK's favourite comic actors and sketch comedians, Harry began his career on Channel 4's Saturday Live in the 1980s.

His partnership with Paul Whitehouse and Charlie Higson spawned "Harry Enfield's Television Programme", and then "Harry Enfield and Chums". Famous characters created included Tim - nice but dim, Smashie and Nicey, Wayne and Waynetta Slob, Mr Cholmondley-Warner and Kevin the Teenager - who later starred in Harry’s own film, "Kevin & Perry Go Large".

Harry has won a host of awards, including top BBC1 Comedy Personality, two Montreux Silver Roses, and a BAFTA.

Harry starred in E4’s hit series Skins. He recently co-wrote, directed (and starred) in the 4th series of Harry and Paul for Tiger Aspect/BBC .

Of course, you know him as the ultimate impressionist & character voice, but he also has a wealth of experience as a commercial and narration voiceover artist.  

 

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Charlotte Green

Charlotte Green

Quite simply one of the nation's best-loved voices.

Charlotte Green

Charlotte Green

Charlotte is one of the UK's best known radio broadcasters. Formerly a continuity announcer and news reader for BBC Radio 4, she now hosts her own show on Classic FM; "Charlotte Green's Culture Club".

She has been described as "the supreme Radio 4 announcer whose warm yet slightly formal tones were …. voted the nation's favourite". She was indeed voted the "Most Attractive Female Voice on National Radio" in a Radio Times poll in 2002.

She currently also reads the classified football results on BBC Radio 5 Live and the World Service Sports Report, succeeding James Alexander Gordon.

Her autobiography "The News is Read" was published in 2014.

You can sample her dulcet tones by visiting her voiceover showreels at the link below.

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Jon Briggs

Jon Briggs

The voice of the Weakest Link and Apple's Siri

Jon Briggs

Jon Briggs

Jon is a seasoned TV and radio presenter and conference moderator.

He is best known for his voiceover work, particularly as the British voice used by Apple's Siri software.

Jon's voiceover credits include appearing as the voiceover statistician in over 1,800 episodes of the BBC TV quiz show The Weakest Link (2000–2012) and as continuity announcer for BBC Radio 2 (1996–2009) and Channel 4 (1988–1990).

He was the first presenter on air when QVC launched in the UK in 1993. He also provided the narration for the start of the drum and bass song "Blood Sugar" by Pendulum.

Jon's radio credits include the breakfast show Oxford AM for BBC Radio Oxford (1985–1987), the breakfast show Morning Edition for BBC Radio 5 (1990–1992),Nightride for BBC Radio 2 and The Weekend Wireless Show for LBC (1998–2003). His reporting credits include BBC Radio 4's PM, Today, The World at One and The World Tonight, as well as travelogue and transport programmes Breakaway and Going Places.

Owner and founder of Excellent Talent, Jon works extensively as a conference moderator in the automobile and telecommunications industries.

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Rhona Cameron

Rhona Cameron

Fierce, funny fabulous Scottish Stand-up.

Rhona Cameron

Rhona Cameron

One of Scotland's greatest stand-ups, Rhona Cameron made an impact on the UK comedy scene in 1992, winning Channel 4's 'So You Think You're Funny' award.

A decade of sell-out Edinburgh Fringe shows and tours in the UK, and A/NZ followed. TV includes Have I Got News For You, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Graham Norton and The Frank Skinner Show; hosting 4 series of BBC2's pioneering Gaytime TV and in 2000 her first BBC sitcom series, Rhona.

Rhona took part in the first ever series of "I'm a Celebrity" and delighted audiences with her straight-talking self-awareness, winning a 'Best TV Reality Moment' award into the bargain.

She has appeared on "Celebrity Wife Swap", and written two books.

She's funny, fierce, and fascinating, as you can see and hear at the links below.

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Scott Mills

Scott Mills

BBC Radio 1 DJ and TV Presenter.

Scott Mills

Scott Mills

Known to the nation from his daily show on Radio 1 every afternoon between 1-4pm.

Scott joined Radio 1 in 1998 as the Early Breakfast Show host and very shortly after was asked to cover for the Zoe Ball Breakfast Show. He never looked back.

He often hosts the Radio 1 Breakfast Show and the Radio 1 Official Chart Show. He has also hosted many live events for Radio 1 including The Brit Awards and Radio 1's Big Weekend.

In 2010, Scott won Sony Gold for Music Radio Personality of the Year, and has picked up two further Sony awards since.

His TV career started with him Top Of The Pops, and he is a regular presenter for The National Lottery on BBC One.

Scott's TV credits also include 'The Hoff: When Scott came to stay' ITV2's 2008 coverage of the National TV Awards, plus appearances in Channel 4's SKINS, Paris Hilton's BBF for ITV2, The Sunday Night Project for Channel4, Britain's Got More Talent for ITV2 and Big Brothers Little Brother for Channel 4.

His appearance 2014's Strictly Come Dancing was particularly memorable.

When Scott's not on air or screen he can be found DJ'ing at universities, nightclubs and hosting various corporate events up and down the country.

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