warm and flexible for narration and poetry (Website hidden) characterisation for audio book and radio drama. Engaging and authoritative for presentation work. Extensive experience in BBC radio and BBC TV
British, England - London (Cockney, Estuary, East End), England - South West (Cornwall, Devon, West Country), England - West Midlands (Shropshire, Birmingham, Brummie)
Middle Aged (35-54), Young Adult (18-35)
Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Movie Trailers, Podcasting, Radio, Television
A wide range of experience in running arts organisations as well as leading and devising workshops and other promotional activities.
Over 15 years experience running, directing, designing , promoting and obtaining funding for a small theatre company as well as running a family property business has developed a wealth of skills in management and quality control as well as an awareness of the need to produce a high standard of work in the time allowed.
Academic qualifications include10 o levels and 4 A levels
Theatre and voice training at The National Yoputh Theatre and then as a Licentiate member of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Director of Speak-a-Poem for 10 years with wide experience of running voice and training workshops
Former director and founder of Eros Theatre - based in Exeter
Rode NT 1A
Computer & Software
Custom system with Creative E-Mu Sound
FTP, e.mail, post
Radio work for the BBC includes
Winner of the 2004 BBC poetry reader of the year award, with over 10 years experience of reading poetry and prose on a number of programmes including Poetry Please, With Great Pleasu
re and Centurions.
Radio plays include a major role in the BBC radio4 version of 'The Web of Belonging' as well as numerous other smaller roles.
Audiobooks include 'The overland launch' for the Exmoor press, 'Wildlife poetry' for the BBC wildlife magazine and 'The works of Edward Thomas' for Calibre press.
Twice featured on Radio Four's Pick of the Week, the Independent said
'Stewarts reading of Alun Lewis's Goodbye quite simply broke my heart'
TV voice over credits include Bookworm (produced by Liz Levy ) and Being There a BBC wildlife on 2 programme produced by Michelle Thompson.
Other work includes promotional videos for, amonngst others, the Dartmoor National park and the Exmoor National Park.
Further information is available on Spotlight ref (Phone hidden) Page 593 and at (Website hidden)
Stewart's reading of 'Goodbye' by Alun Lewis quite simply broke my heartThe Independent Nerwspaper
I just wanted to write and thankyou for the super job you did on the commentary for 'Being There' it sounds fabulousBBC TV Michelle Thompson Director
Thankyou so much for your lovely performance in the 'Web of belonging'. It was a pleasure to work with you again and I look forward to another opportunity before too long.BBC Radio Play Sara Davies
Voice Over Clients
Saatchi and Saatchi
UOB banking group
Dartmoor National park
Exmoor national park
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