Canterbury Cathedral concert narrators
Andrew Clover, narrator
A Writer, Actor, Dad. A WAD. He wrote the Dad Rules column in the Sunday Times Style. Was also Gary in My Almost Famous Family and the clown in Ashes to Ashes (never speak of the clown). Has recently been underground, writing a book called Learn Love In A Week. It’s about a wife who chucks her husband because he’s too grumpy; he’s got a week to win her back.
Read more on Andrew Clover’s website.
Andrew Clover on the web:
Andrew Clover on IMDb
Sunday Times Feature on ‘How to Stay Married’
Andrew Clover in CBBC ‘My Almost Famous Family’
Express Book review of Andrew Clover’s ‘Learn love in a week’
Andrew Clover on Amazon
Juliet Cowan, narrator
Juliet Cowan may be recognizable to fans of ITV1 cop drama The Bill when she guest-starred in over 20 episodes as Julie Saunders, mother of the boy who accused PC Tony Stamp of sexual assault. She also starred in “The Wench is Dead“, the penultimate episode of the Inspector Morse series, as Joanna Franks, a Victorian woman who is murdered on board a canal boat. She has played recurring characters Nicki in This Life (1997), Carla in Series 7 of The Queen’s Nose, air stewardess Polly Arnold in the now defunct Channel 5 soap opera Family Affairs (2001), Tanya in Pulling (2003), and Chrissie Jackson in The Sarah Jane Adventures, Read more on Wikipedia…