TV/Radio/Podcasts

Douglas Anderson – Taster

Here is a little taster of Douglas’s work featuring music, film and chat with Idris Elba, Frankie Boyle, Vin Diesel, Steve Mason, Josh Widdicombe, Stephen Mangan, Mel C, Richard Osman and Tom Davis.

URL: View the Showreel

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Back To The Culture

In this podcast, Douglas speaks to those who help define culture by talking to them about their greatest cultural passions. In this episode, Douglas gets together with actor and comedian Miles Jupp to talk Frasier, The Taking Of Pelham One Two Three (1974), The Wire, Nina Simone, Mad Men, The Proclaimers, Clockwise, We Have A Dream, BBC Radio 4 and much else besides, join them as they go Back To The Culture.

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The Public Service Broadcast – A Music Podcast with Douglas Anderson

The Public Service Broadcast is a music podcast featuring the best in new music, older and often little known classics, film and television soundtracks and at times spoken word. Written, produced and presented by Douglas Anderson.

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Fighting Talk

As a regular panelist on the Sony Gold award winning BBC Radio 5Live show Fighting Talk, there are always opportunities to speak about sport in an informative, irreverent and humorous way. There are also chances to deviate and drop in musical and filmic references whenever the chance arises as well.

Client: BBC
URL: Fighting Talk

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What To Talk About When There’s Nothing To Talk About – Audiobook

To accompany the book of the same name, this audiobook narrated by the author serves to help those who struggle to have anything to talk about at social events such as dinner parties where conversation is imperative. Thankfully, Douglas has donated his opinions and standpoints to help those in need to go forth and socialise.

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Voiceover

The Anderson vocal tones have been used for television shows on all the main UK channels as well as for radio and even governmental enterprises. It’s important to remember that the voice is akin to a musical instrument with differing tones and sounds capable. However unlike some stringed instruments, there is rarely the need for a plectrum. Here you can listen to Douglas’s commercial voiceover showreel.

URL: www.ymugroup.com/rabbit-vocal-management/