The Vox Project

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01The Actor's Voice20100104

Clare Balding, with the help of the Cognitive Neuro-Science dept of University College, London, investigates all aspects of the human voice and the way we use it.

Cicely Berry, the voice coach of the Royal Shakespeare Company, divulges the secrets of the trained speaker.

A Whistledown production for BBC Radio 4.

Cicely Berry, the voice coach of the RSC, divulges the secrets of the trained speaker.

Clare Balding, with the help of the Cognitive Neuro-Science department of University College, London, investigates all aspects of the human voice and the way we use it.

02Commentators And Animals20100111

Clare Balding, with the help of the Cognitive Neuro-Science department of University College, London, investigates all aspects of the human voice and the way we use it.

Clare asks why animals can't speak and what it takes to become a sports commentator.

A Whistledown production for BBC Radio 4.

Clare Balding asks why animals can't speak and what it takes to be a sports commentator.

03 LASTDysfunctional Voices20100118

Clare Balding, with the help of the Cognitive Neuro-Science department of University College, London, investigates all aspects of the human voice and the way we use it.

Clare is joined by specialist speech therapist Christella Antoni and Dr John Local to discuss how we make sense of other people's voices.

A Whistledown production for BBC Radio 4.

Clare Balding, with the help of the Cognitive Neuro-Science dept of University College, London, investigates all aspects of the human voice and the way we use it.

Clare Balding discusses how we make sense of other people's voices.