Voice Over • Documentaries
New Doc reel including a description of Lions in the wild and a reality TV show.
Middle Aged (35-54)
England - Yorkshire & Humber, Scottish, Scottish (Glaswegian)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
the lions must hunt and find food soon, or they will die. The pride follows the herd, hoping to find an opening. The cubs are too young to keep up, and very soon we'll perish from hunger. Life is tough here on the plains, and survival is far from guaranteed. A simple injury can often spell the end for both predator and prey. The dry season and heat are too much for some. Both elephants and lions press on, and soon the rains will come, and with it the life giving water and greenery that can promise life for all the lions have brought down a young elephant that has strayed from the herd. This much needed break will feed the pride for a week and has probably made the difference between life and death. Once upon a time, weddings were, well, boring. Until don't tell, the bride picked hundreds of gutsy grooms against their unsuspecting brides, from Venice to Vegas, New York to back Thank you for 15 years and more than 300 idols. Now they're back to relive it all again. The eyes, the lows and what they were really thinking. This is Don't tell the bride revisited
Narrator, Caring, Deep, Excitable, Humorous, Narrator, Reassuring, Serious, Upbeat, Wacky, England - Yorkshire & Humber, Scottish, Scottish (Glaswegian)