November 16, 2006

The time, sponsored by Accurist…

We’ll find out tomorrow who the next voice of the Speaking Clock will be. Obviously I considered auditioning, but I don’t think sitting in a booth 24-hours-a-day, reading the time, is a) going to fit in with my busy schedule or b) a suitable expression of my enormous talent as a diverse voiceover artiste.

(ha ha ha)

Apparently 18,400 entered the competition to be the new voice of Accurist the talking clock. As someone with a very dull, middle English accent, I’m sure they’ll give it to a Geordie, Scouse, Welsh or Scot. But if they are desperate, I’m sure I could do a few shifts at weekends. If they buy me a car…

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