You have two hours, precisely, to enter…


In precisely two hours the deadline will pass for you to enter the competition to find the new voice of the speaking clock.

In accordance with trying to be more confident in myself, this evening I pulled out my mobile phone and read the below script and e-mailed it to theoneshow@bbc.co.uk.

I’d encourage you to do the same if ever you have sat in your car or on the toilet pretending you are the speaking clock… It will make you feel good that you’ve had a bash and been one of the 20,000 + who will also be submitting an entry (no professional voice artists or actors are allowed to enter).

More details here… SPEAKING CLOCK COMPETITION

DEADLINE: 10pm on Monday 29th August 2016. Entries received after 10pm on Monday 29th will not be considered.

TEST SCRIPT:

At the third stroke it will be one twenty four and fifty seconds.

At the third stroke it will be seven ten and forty seconds.

At the third stroke it will be three o’clock precisely.

Eight two and ten seconds.

Five fifty eight and thirty seconds.

Two eleven and twenty seconds.

At the third stroke it will be four thirty three and forty seconds.

At the third stroke it will be nine seventeen and fifty seconds.

At the third stroke it will be six forty nine precisely.

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4 thoughts on “You have two hours, precisely, to enter…

  1. I’m not going to enter this contest, but I am now going to watch, “Bringing up Baby,” with Cary Grant and Katherine Hepburn! Too funny–the talking clock–I didn’t realize it was a real thing anymore. Cool! If you haven’t seen the movie you must and when you get to that scene, think of me. LOL!

    Best of luck!

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  2. That sound like it would be great fun. Wonder what they would say to a Texas twang? That causes me to giggle, thinking about them expecting something British, and get my twang.

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  3. I’m sure this was only open to people in the UK but I kind of wish I had seen it on time and entered. I really should look into doing voiceover work – someone suggested it to me years ago and I never followed up. I think it’d be fun.

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