Emma Clarke’s voiceover work includes radio station identity, radio and television advertisements, in-store announcements and narration for multimedia and e-learning.

Voiceover and writer for radio, television and new media

Emma Clarke is an award-winning, UK- based voiceover artist and writer for radio and television.

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“A sound relationship” – new showreel from Emma Clarke & Rich Sweetman

Friday Feb 14 2014

Released on Valentine’s Day, 2014 this unique double-headed showreel demonstrates the amazing chemistry shared between these two voiceover legends.

150 years of the Tube

Tuesday Jan 8 2013

Tomorrow is the 150th anniversary of the first passenger journey taken on the London Tube. Emma’s been busy celebrating.

The John Lewis Christmas ad and the power of gloves

Wednesday Nov 28 2012

This year’s John Lewis TV ad is a recession-friendly work of creative genius. Emma gives her take on why it’s a bloody great commercial.

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Emma ClarkeYou’ve already heard Emma Clarke. She’s a leading voiceover, trusted by some of the UK’s top radio stations, advertisers and department stores. She’s also well-known as being the ‘voice of the London Underground’ – speaking those immortal words ‘mind the gap’ to millions of commuters every day.

Professional voiceover

Whatever the medium, whatever the style, Emma Clarke can help with a voiceover that’s exactly right.

Comedy and drama writer

Emma has also written several acclaimed comedy programmes for mainstream UK radio, including the seriesShare and Share Alike.

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Fun stuff

For goodness’ sake, life’s not all work. Take a little time off and have a play. Just make sure the boss isn’t watching…