Latest projects

Harry Hill’s Tea Time

I had the pleasure of appearing in the first series of Harry Hill’s Tea Time as one of the Delia Smiths who sing at the end of show. I’m delighted to announce that I’ve donned the wig and crimplene for the second series, which air on Sky 1 from 2nd January 2018. Harry has a knack of pulling together the loveliest team, and working on this show was a sheer pleasure.

Harry Hill’s Tea Time is part chat show, part cookery show where celebrity guests learn to make such delicacies as chicken à la Tom Jones. Guests for the second series include Sir Trevor McDonald, Twiggy and Jenny Agutter.

There’s also a lovely write-up of the mayhem and carnage in The Guardian, just so you know what to expect.

Objects In Time

I’m delighted to have contributed my voice to the ‘Objects in Time’ installation that was commissioned for the Bloomsbury Festival.

This interactive piece focuses on a blindfold dinner which uses only sound and touch to encourage participants to develop a better understanding of those living with dementia.

More information here.

Shore To Shore

Earlier this year, I was  privileged to attend the Growing Gardeners conference in Essaouira and Marrakech, which brought together individuals from the UK, Spain and Morocco who are interested in landscape architecture in the context of education, health and sustainability.

I have worked on Shore to Shore for some years now and recorded the narration for online EFL resources to help young gardeners, as well as performing  poetry and songs at some of the venues we visited.

We also had lunch at the Amal Women’s Centre in Marrakech and met its founder Nora, whose vision, focus and tenacity has produced a profoundly effective system of rehabilitation for marginalised women.

Eve Audiobook

The wonderful psychic thriller, Eve: A Christmas Ghost Story by Shani Struthers, which I narrated, is now available from Audible.

I have a number of free downloads to give away. Please contact me to receive your special code and instructions.

A Hackney Autobiography

A free mobile app has just been launched which puts Hackney’s creative and radical past onto the map through immersive Audiotours and bite-sized sketches.

There are 60 Sketches on the themes of Hackney Writers, Community Action, Education and Contemporary Voices. I have recorded a couple of voices for the Working Women bus tour.

More info here.