Clare Aster - Narration Reel (Audiobook, Documentary, Continuity)

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Documentary - Frederick Ashton (copy by Clare Aster)
Audiobook - Tender Is The Night (F. Scott Fitzgerald)
Continuity (copy by Clare Aster)
Audiobook - The Star-Child (Oscar Wilde) - Turtledoves and Wolf characters
Documentary - Paris (copy by Clare Aster)
Continuity (copy by Clare Aster)

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Language

English

Accents

British (General) British (Received Pronunciation - RP, BBC)

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tragedy of fashion or the Scarlet scissors was Ashton's first choreographic attempt and is integral to the beginnings of the British Valley style that grew through the 19 thirties. Marie Rumba had intended it to be choreographed by Francis James, another of her students and sister to the famous criteria, Charles James. We know who you are. The woman who had recognised her was one of those elderly good sports preserved by an imperviousness to experience and a good digestion into another generation. We wanted to warn you about getting band the first day, she continued cheerily. Because your skin is important. Newsnight will be back for an overview of the day's events in half an hour here on BBC two first, David Mitchell, Julia's Mirror, Matt Lucas and Alan Davies put their brains to the battle in Cuba is going to be married, and this is the bridal dress, whispered the turtle doves to each other. The little pink feet were quite frost Britain, but they felt it was their duty to take a romantic view of the situation. Lord, growled the wolf. Paris is a city of many faces, a food lover city for the truffles and luxuries a city where the waiters are actually waiters or a dancer city with the numerous state theatres and deep histories of the ballet juice and folly. Basia Coming up at nine, Gordon faces another kitchen nightmare. Expect some strong language there, but first meeting the women working in the most dangerous professional in Britain in dispatches.