Blog

Welcome to Emma Clarke’s global soapbox – the antidote to modern living, encapsulated in a series of freewheeling rants.

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Covid-19

Talk to me about the state of the world. A voiceover’s view of Covid-19

A voiceover’s work tells the story of any form of major change – economic, cultural, social. We get to voice...
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Blockbusters

What if HAL was a woman? What if HAL’s voice was…my voice??

I’m a huge Stanley Kubrick fan. Don’t underestimate this. I’m a massive Kubrick nerd. Like, massive. Trust me, when I...
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Character voices

Ooh, I’m being featured on BBC Upload!

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Received Pronunciation

Some Pathé News style ads, specially produced for the VE Day 75th anniversary

Delighted to have voiced these beautifully produced Pathé News style ads for Tesco Mobile with Bauer Media as part of...
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Inspirational

Voiceovers United – Please, please, please KEEP TALKING

I’m delighted to be part of this fantastic project, initiated by John Calvert of Airforce. Give it a listen. It...
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BBC

Lift Goes Up – a BBC Radio 4 feature

I’m delighted to be the narrator in this glorious exploration of that marvellously odd-yet-handy piece of engineering, the lift. As...
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Jobs I Have Turned Down

How I didn’t become the voice of waterboarding

Here’s another episode in the occasional series Jobs I Have Turned Down. This story is outrageous. Enjoy. (Some swearing appears...
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Stupid stuff

What happens when you find out you’re in a viral video about a monstrous hate figure

It was late last night. I was messaging a friend about exciting plant-based recipes. It was cold, dark and the...
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Some of Emma’s clients

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“The perfect delivery. Every single time. Guaranteed. And always up for a brew and some cake.”
Chris Stevens, director, Devaweb
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“Emma is the best. I have no hesitation in recommending her for any voice over – she can handle anything.”
Mike Wyer, BBC