James and the Giant Peach



Narration with characters from the Roald Dahl book.

Vocal Characteristics




British (England - Yorkshire & Humber) British (General) British (Received Pronunciation - RP, BBC)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
sponge sponge. Come here at once and look at this. But what? It's a beach. Aunt Spiker was shouting Oh, a peach! Right up there on the highest branch. Can't you see it? I think you must be mistaken, my dear Spyker. That miserable tree never has any peaches on it. There's one on it now, Sponge, You look for yourself. You're teasing me, spiker. You're making my mouth water on purpose when there's nothing to put in it. Why That tree's never even had a blossom on it, let alone a peach Right up on the highest branch, you say I can't see a thing Very funny. Ha ha! Good gracious May. Well, I'll be blood. There really is a peach up there. A nice big one to Aunt Spiker said A beauty, a beauty, aren't Sponge cried out at this point. James slowly put down his chopper and turned and looked across at the two women who were standing underneath the peach tree. Something is about to happen, he told himself. Something peculiar is about toe happen any moment. He hadn't the faintest idea what it might be, but he could feel it in his bones that something was going to happen soon. He could feel it in the air around him in the sudden stillness that had fallen upon the garden.