I've been narrating audiobooks since I started acting. Just recently I had the enormous pleasure of doing Dickens' Oliver Twist and by contrast the torture of enduring the prolix verbosity of Benjamin Disraeli in his roman à thèse, Sybil - Or The Two Nations. I've done over a hundred books, here are some of my most recent ones:
Since the start of the pandemic I've recorded six audiobooks from my home studio.
Here are clips from the last three:
Audiobooks narrated by 'Tim Bentinck' now available at Audible.co.uk. Here's the full list.
Or you can click on the links below.
Inspector West Takes Charge by John Creasey
Inspector West Regrets by John Creasey
Inspector West Cries Wolf by John Creasey
Inspector West At Home by John Creasey
Inspector West Leaves Town by John Creasey
Triumph For Inspector West by John Creasey
Inspector West Alone by John Creasey
Look Three Ways At Murder by John Creasey
Gideon's Day by John Creasey
Corroboree by Graham Masterton
North Star by Hammond Innes
Believing The Lie by Elizabeth George
Judgment on Deltchev by Eric Ambler
The Levanter by Eric Ambler
Last Ditch by Ngaio Marsh
Death in Ecstasy by Ngaio Marsh
The Dealer and the Dead by Gerald Seymour
Treasure Islands - Tax Havens and the Men Who Stole the World by Nicholas Shaxson
The Unauthorised Guide to Doing Business the Simon Cowell Way by Trevor Clawson
The Unauthorised Guide to Doing Business the Richard Branson Way by Des Dearlove
The Unauthorised Guide to Doing Business the Philip Green Way by Liz Barclay
and narrated by 'Timothy Bentinck' now available at Audible.co.uk. Have a listen to the samples there.
Being David Archer and Other Unusual Ways of Earning a Living by Timothy Bentinck
The Unauthorised Guide to Doing Business the Alan Sugar Way by Emma Murray
The Unauthorised Guide to Doing Business the Duncan Bannatyne Way by Liz Barclay
The Unauthorised Guide to Doing Business the Bill Gates Way by Des Dearlove
The Unauthorised Guide to Doing Business the Jamie Oliver Way by Trevor Clawson
Winners and Losers: Creators and Casualties of the Age of the Internet by Kieron Levis
I've been providing voices and rubricks for TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) courses since the late seventies. Regular work for Cambridge University Press, OUP, Longman's, Pearson Education, John Green, Vince Cross, James Richardson, Andrew Branch and many others has included many abridged books and dramas. I've never kept any examples of this work.