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Voice Over • Documentaries
109

Description

Variety of PBS type narration for various documentaries

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English (North American)

Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
John F. Kennedy had just won the presidential election. His stirring inaugural address struck a chord with most Americans and especially young Catholics in Kansas City and across the nation. This is the 1st october 17th 2016 the village of Cobolli. It's one of the last stops before Mosul, the Iraqi capital of the Islamic state and its main breeding in the history of 20th century clandestine operations. The Manhattan Project, the Bay of Pigs Invasion and Iran Contra stand out in America's collective 1911 Chevrolet was an upstart, the namesake of a young automotive dreamer who'd come to indulge his passions in America. Louis Chevrolet knew how a car should work. He knew how a car should look. The president is dead. Emerging from the Great Depression. Nation fights enemies on two fronts as World War two rages sworn in Not three months earlier, Vice president rarely met with his predecessor and received no guidance. Plain spoken, intelligent but without any college education. Daunted by the responsibility that thrusts him center stage at one of the most critical points in American history, this man from Missouri becomes our nation's 33rd president. He will oversee the rise of America's preeminence in the world and leave an indelible mark upon the presidency at one of history's most crucial junctures.