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Voice Over • Audiobooks
30

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)

Accents

British, England - East Midlands (Leicester), England - Received Pronunciation (RP, BBC), US General American (GenAm)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
September 3rd, 1939 the last minutes of peace ticking away. Father and I were watching Mother digging our air raid shelter. She's a great low woman, said Father. And getting smaller all the time, I added. Two minutes later, a man called Chamberlain, who did Prime Minister Impression spoke on the wireless. He said, As from 11 o'clock, we are at war with Germany. I love the wee. I'm Mrs Beckwith. Lord Fortescue is private secretary, she announced, shaking my hand briefly. We'll come to Wickham all I've been sent to sort you out. He introduced you and what not Pleased to meet you, I say with a smile. Mrs. Beckwith reminded me of my old English teacher, a brisk, no nonsense woman who forbid us ever to start a sentence with but is pepper Pepper won't be in today, possibly all week, said Mrs Beckwith, gesturing towards the staircase. The American handed lay mus another cup of coffee and said, Why don't you go back and sleep? Sir, we can ring you if he shows up. LL Amos said nothing. Just stare through the window of the checkpoints along the empty street. You can't wait forever, sir. maybe I'll come some other time. We can have them contact the agency. You can be back here in 20 minutes. No, said lll. Amos. It's nearly dark.