Hannah is an English voiceover artist, award-winning radio presenter, BBC continuity announcer; A versatile broadcaster with a warm, natural, engaging delivery, and 20 years experience in narration, commercials, IVR, explainers and e-learning, for the BBC, ITV, and a range of corporate and commercial clients.
Hannah’s voice has been described as trustworthy, natural, conversational, friendly, calm, authoritative, encouraging, warm, engaging and upbeat.
Hannah’s voice career began as a presenter on BBC Three Counties Radio, first on the Breakfast Show, then Drivetime, at which time she also did her first voice-overs – as the voice of British Gas online training, a job which continued for a decade. Three years as a BBC continuity announcer followed, on BBC One and Two, before leaving to go freelance as a TV/radio presenter and voiceover artist in 2001. But Hannah continues to be an announcer – after 4 years on BBC Four, since 2006, she’s been heard globally by 85 million viewers as the voice of BBC World News.
Clients: Hannah’s voiced anything from online infomercials for Clearblue ovulation/pregnancy testing kits, training films for the MOD and NHS Choices, e-learning for Philips and JLL Property, charity films, on-hold messages, and in-flight announcements for Etihad airlines, to national commercial campaigns for clients such as Bravissimo, and 118118.
And as well as presenting and narrating 4 factual series for ITV1, she’s also narrated a series about Vicars Wives, and, most recently, Heir we go Again, about the newest royal baby Princess Charlotte, a programme sold around the world.
Studio: Hannah works from her home studio with a Rode NT1-A microphone and Audacity editing facilities. She lives within easy reach of London, so can easily attend recording sessions there if required.