Lancashire accent, emotional, troubled, high pitch for Audio Drama.



A dramatic piece, I also played this role on stage.

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)


British (England - Yorkshire & Humber) British (General)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
and now you will listen. Can you hear me now? My mother, My dad. You mentioned him and it's wrong what you say Wrong what you say. You drove him as fast as you could to an early grave with your men and your shouting and your pals. And your nights, your nights, your nights, your nights, your nights of neglect. Things forgotten everywhere. No soap in the dish. No role in the toilet. No clean blouse for school. Oh, my dad, when he had his records on his sparkled not dazzling like you, but with fine lights. Fine lights. He couldn't speak up to you because he must have wanted you. So I couldn't speak up to you because I could never get a word in. These became my tongues. And now they've gone. I don't know where this is coming from, but it's one after another. And I can tell you now that you hurt me. You hurt me with his sharp ways of the things you said and his selfishness, Woman. Oh, to stop now. Trembling. So strange.