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Welcome back Morgana!

We're delighted to welcome back Morgana Robinson to the Hobsons roster. Morgana is best known for her sketch shows - The Morgana Show, Morgana Robinson's The Agency, and her appearances in House of Fools and Very Important People. Her range of impressions and versatility make her a great choice for all kinds of voice projects.

David Ajala in Star Trek:Discovery

David joins Season 3 of Star Trek: Discovery as Cleveland Booker (or Book to his friends) whose devil may care attitude gets him into trouble as often as it gets him out. On Netflix starting in October

Hear Emma Wilson on Audible

Emma reads Undercover Robot: My First Year as a Human - a story about android Dotty who has to masquerade as a 12 year old schoolgirl at Brussells Academy. If she manages to pull it off, she'll win a multi-million-pound prize which will help her creators continue their research into AI.

New Voice Alert!!

We are delighted to announce we now represent Sharon Oji. Sharon's young, cool contemporary tones are ready to enhance your projects!

British Podcast Awards 2020

Congratulations to David Walliams for winning 'Best Family Podcast' at The British Podcast Awards 2020 ! Judges said: "This ambitious podcast made clever use of comedy, sound and music, to encourage children to jump the hurdles that stop them enjoying classical music. A fun listen for adults too." Gyles Brandreth also won in the 'Best Entertainment' category for his etymology based podcast, 'Something Rhymes With Purple'. Congrats Gyles!

Amanda Abbington stars in Make Me Famous!

Reggie Yates' new drama explores the relationship between of fast fame and mental health. Amanda plays main character Billy's mum (also conveniently called Amanda!) who sees the changes to her son's self-esteem after his involvement in reality TV show, 'Love or Lust'. Make Me Famous is available to watch now on iPlayer.

Johny Pitts wins Jhalak prize

Johny Pitts has been awarded the Jhalak prize for his debut book Afropean, which explores the lives and communities of black Europeans. Over 150 books were submitted and Afropean was unanimously named winner by the judges. The Jhalak prize was established in 2016 to award the best book by a British or British-resident black, Asian and minority ethnic author. Congratulations Johny!

Amy Shindler's Mystic on CBBC

New on CBBC, eco-thriller 'Mystic' is about a young girl Issie, who moves to New Zealand and after initially struggling to fit in has an encounter with stallion Mystic who awakens an unexpected interest in horses. Written by Amy Shindler, Mystic is on CBBC, Tuesdays at 5pm and on i-player

Kate O'Sullivan is Making An Impression

Kate talks to Simon Lipson about her career as a voiceover artist, from the age of 10 when she first started doing impressions to TV and Radio shows and countless commercials. Making An Impression is available on all the usual podcast platforms

Terry Mynott on Making An Impression

Terry takes us through his transition from musician to impressionist to actor and voiceover artist. Terry starred in two series of The Mimic on Channel 4 and was a regular on The Morgana Show among many other TV and radio shows. He discusses his life, career and vocal techniques, and gives us some glimpses of his very best impressions. Making An Impression is available on all the usual podcast platforms.

Mark Cameron on Patrol

Mark lends his dulcets to Series 2 of Spanish Border Patrol. Follow the lives of the security and customs services at Spain's borders as they tackle drugs, weapons and suspected terrorists!! Now showing on Quest.

Patrick Robinson in Sitting In Limbo

Patrick plays Londoner Anthony Bryan, who has lived in Britain (entirely legally) for more than 50 years. After the sudden arrival of police at his home he finds himself at an immigration detention centre and in a nightmare scenario where he is made to feel like a criminal. Monday 8th June, BBC One 8.30pm

Dan Nicholson narrates Gangs Of Lemur Island

Today sees the launch of new channel Sky Nature, and Dan narrates this hour long episode about 2 rival gangs of lemurs on Madagascar's Berenty Reserve. Battle lines are drawn as the gangs of ring-tailed lemurs face the challenges of the dry season. 27th May, Sky Nature 7pm

Kevin Bishop on your screens

Kevin has read "The Day The Banana Went Bad" by Michelle Robinson for Save The Children. Every donation to Save with Stories will help the children and families who've been hardest hit by the coronavirus crisis, both in the UK and around the world. He can also be seen as Danny Davis in Series 2 of FLACK. Mondays at 10pm on W

Culture in Quarantine with Owen Teale

On the 23rd of April, The Reading Agency will be hosting their annual World Book Night. The BBC have put together a collection of interviews from authors and celebrities to encourage the event's reading hour between 7-8pm. Available on iplayer

Dermot O'Leary hosts

In the midst of a global lockdown, some of the biggest stars teamed up with charity Global Citizen and the World Health Organisation to put on a fundraising concert - all from home. Dermot said "I'm thrilled to be hosting BBC One's coverage of One World: Together At Home, It will be a fitting tribute to those who are giving and sacrificing so much for our society." Dermot will be hosting the highlights from the night on Sunday 19th April 7.15-9.15pm on BBC One.

David Walliams and Little Britain back!!

David Walliams will star alongside many other famous faces as Little Britain will be back on our screens with a new sketch as part of The Big Night In; a co-production between BBC One, Comic Relief and Children In Need. The funds raised will go towards "making sure people are safe from harm, mentally healthy and with access to food, warmth and shelter; as well as helping people stay connected, active and positive." The Big Night In airs Thursday 23rd April 7-10pm, and is then available on BBC iPlayer.

Chris Bowen in Outlander

Good news for all Outlander fans. Series 5 sees Chris play staunch Jacobite Hector Cameron. He flees with Jocasta and their daughter from defeat at the Battle of Culloden only to be intercepted by dastardly redcoats. The coach is searched and they make a surprising discovery. Hector must fight, or surrender... On Amazon Prime from March 23rd

Patrick Robinson on our screens

Patrick is Marcus Ormansby in ITV's new comedy drama 'The Trouble With Maggie Cole'. Marcus is a shy novelist who rents a cottage in the village of Thurlbury over the summer in order to get some writing done. He doesn't really want to be involved in village life but unfortunately for him, it's not long before he's dragged into the unfolding drama. Catch up on ITV Hub

Clifford Samuel in The Mallorca Files

Danny Sumner(Clifford Samuel) is with his friends in Mallorca for a stag party. Unfortunately, things do not pan out well and the groom-to-be is found dead in a swimming pool. British and German detectives join forces to try to solve the crime. Catch up on BBC i-player

Michael Landes in Silent Witness

Silent Witness is back for a 23rd series from 7th January. Michael plays dashing American politician Matt Garcia, long-distance boyfriend of Dr Nikki Alexander. Available on BBC i-player

Tom Davis is King Gary

The series follows Gary King played by Tom and love-of-his life, Terri as they bowl through family-life in suburbia. Gary's quest to impress the neighbours and fill dad, Big Gary's big shoes, might be more successful if he wasn't such a drama-queen but there's always a lot of love around in Butterchurn Crescent. Available to catchup on BBC i-player

The Midnight Beast's new podcast

Good news for Beast fans - Ashley Horne and the rest of TMB have a new podcast called Fan Fiction Addiction. Available on Global Player

David Walliams' podcast now out on Classic fm

Did you know that Mozart loved fart jokes? And that Beethoven was so scruffy he was arrested? Classical composers are not quite what you'd expect! Join David as he goes on a marvellous musical journey of discovery; a great way to introduce your child to the world of classical music. A new episode each day from 4th February