English language documentary voicereel.

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Two documentary extracts:
1. Historical documentary about Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
2. Reality documentary about Manchester emergency services.

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)


British (General)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
He gave us the most spectacular bridges, the longest tunnels, incredible ships and the greatest railways. Perhaps our greatest engineer of all time is in Kingdom Brunel. He was a charismatic character who pushed the boundaries of engineering to the absolute limit in the middle of the 19th century, Brunell was at the forefront of an industrial explosion that changed the world. His achievements were breathtaking and he was fiercely demanding of all those around him and would stop at nothing to realize his dreams but with access to his personal files, another side to the engineering genius is revealed to discover the man and the engineer. We retrace his steps to reveal the fascinating story of the man who built Britain every hour of every day. Over 100 people call for an ambulance across Greater Manchester in the control center. Every single one needs a split second decision who needs an ambulance quickest and who must wait, taking you to the beating heart of our NHS. We follow the story behind the sirens as crews race to save lives is one of 36 call handlers on duty tonight, taking 999 calls from across the 5400 square miles of the north west. The most life threatening our prioritizes. Category one. So far, over 700 people have been given life saving instructions over the phone.