A chance to look back at some of the items about our artists that have made the news page.
Kitten Chic tells the tale of a plump, vivacious 17-year-old who will do anything to bag the man of her dreams, even if she’s just not into girls.
Tanya plays eBay-addicted Mum, Denise, who goes out with boys closer to her daughter’s age!
Sky Living Thursday April 11th 9:30pm
Peter Dickson, Lewis Macleod and Julie Berry were all on Jeremy Vine's Radio 2 programme last Friday 19th. Radio 2 had a week long look at the world of the voiceover, culminating in the Radio 2 Voice Party.
Take a look at this behind the scenes clip. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJLxEvL6eCo
Dave Skinner is voicing several characters in this week's Dr Who, including the Crooked Man. Listen out for him from behind the sofa if you're too scared to watch!!
This Saturday 20th at 6.45 on BBC1.
Gordon Kennedy is on this week's Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation on Thursday 7th, 6.30pm on Radio 4. And more exciting news; Gordon's short film 'Holding On' is on at the St Alban's Film Festival this weekend and has also been selected for Cannes! We're keeping our fingers crossed for Gordon and all involved.
Owen Teale plays gynaecologist Jan in this play by Anna Wakulik. Jan has made a small fortune from performing illegal abortions and he is who Marysia turns to when she becomes pregnant by a priest at a Catholic summer camp.
At the Royal Court until March 23rd.
Terry plays Martin Hurdle, unfulfilled maintenance man with a penchant for impersonations but he has always hidden his light under a bushel....until now that is.
Starts 13th March then Wednesdays at 10pm on Channel 4.
The talented Miss Murray is in 2 animations currently on our screens:
Dude, that's my ghost: Larissa plays several characters including Shanila, Ms X, Soapies and Ms Rumsfeld. The show follows the adventures of 14-year-old Spencer who moves to Hollywood with his family and has to adjust to life with his new friend, the ghost of famous pop star Billy Joe Cobra. Every morning on Disney XD.
Matt Hatter Chronicles: Larissa plays Roxie, one of Matt's friends who help him defeat the villains On ITV1 every morning.
Anthony plays Arnold Hankin in Episode 1 of The Village. The drama follows the life and times of a village across the whole of the 20th century. Starts BBC 1 9pm Sunday 31st March.
Our congratulations go out to Chris who has just won Best Supporting Actor at the Manchester Theatre Awards for his role of Sir Robert Morton QC in the Winslow Boy.
Marcel plays Gomez, friend of young Matt Hatter who has to battle against villains from movies, myths and legends. On ITV1 every morning.
Karl plays middleclass Richard, dad of Davina. He despairs of her fraternising with her raggamuffin friends, although they're really alright kids but he just can't see through the hoodies. Youngers is on E4 Wednesdays at 7.30pm.
Multi talented voice over, Anthony Green has rightly been nominated for Best Director at this years Off West End Awards for his production of Othello.
Playing until 22nd Feb, it's been picking up some great reviews along the way, you can book tickets right here.
Alistair McGowan returns as Lord Darkness in this 4th series of the popular comedy fantasy Elvenquest. Lord Darkness, Lord of Evil, tries ever so hard to dominate Lower Earth, but it's not easy when your staff are a bunch of dimwits.
Tuesdays at 6.30 on Radio 4
Anna Crilly and Katy Wix have been creating a raft of comedy characters for their new sketch show; Anna & Katy. As well as these new creations, look out for a host of well known faces making cameo appearances.
Starts March 6th, 10.30 Channel 4.
Peter McDonald and Richard Hawley are back on our screens as PC Alan Hill and Richard Sutton - father of disappeared daughter in BBC 1's Mayday. When local May Queen Hattie fails to appear at this year's May Day parade, it sends the town into a complete spin knowing that one of the locals has taken her. A bit like Midsomer Murders' evil twin...
Starts Sunday 3rd March at 9.00 then the following 4 nights at the same time.
Lewis is back in Series 8 of Newsjack; the topical sketch show written by everyone! Tune in to hear Lewis' brilliant impressions of various characters who have been in the week's news.
Thursdays at 10.30 on Radio 4 Extra
Lightfields is a spooky new drama set in an old Suffolk farmhouse. It follows three families who have been its inhabitants at different periods; 1944, 1975 and 2012. Something tragic happened to the 1940s family and somehow this starts a chain of events that repeats through the ages, with subsequent families experiencing equally terrible happenings......Peter de Jersey plays John, dad of the 70's family. Starts Thursday 27th February, 9pm ITV1.
Rebekah Staton plays Kath in Great Night Out. The series follows four mid-thirties mates as they enjoy a weekly boys' get-together in Stockport. As they help each other through romantic, work and family crises, they invariably create much bigger problems to solve.
Starts Friday 11th January on ITV1.
He's back...this time squaring up to John Humphrys on Mastermind! See how he gets on this Saturday 5th January, 17.30 BBC1.
We’re proud to announce that the winner of our Voice Search 2012 is Sefa Nkyi.
In our most popular competition to date, Sefa was the judges favourite thanks to her uncomplicated delivery, down to earth approach and fresh vocal sound.
Donna Lampton MD said:
“Hobsons takes new talent seriously. We need to have one eye on the future and be fully aware of new voices and trends within our industry, the Voice Search provides us with the perfect opportunity to do this”.
Once again we’d like to thank the everyone involved especially the Competition Judges:
Clare Bowen, Head Of Creative, RAB.
Jo McCrostie, Creative Director, Global Radio.
Steve Martin, Editor, Earshot Creative Review.
James Barriscale narrates the new 15 part BBC1 series, "The Sheriffs Are Coming". Starting Monday 14th January at 11 a.m., the programme follows High Court Enforcement Officers, often known as ‘Sheriffs’, as they travel across the country attempting to recover debts on behalf of their clients.
Bryony Hannah is back as nurse Cynthia Miller in this second series of the popular Call the Midwife. Follow the adventures of Cynthia and the rest of the gang. Sundays at 8pm on BBC1.
Starting on Monday 4 February, Sky Atlantic have a season of short films called Common Ground and lots of our artists are involved:
February 11th - 'Sunshine Simon' written by and starring Tom Davis. Tom plays south London crook Simon 'Sunshine' Wilson trying hard to be good for the sake of his family, but things go a bit Pete Tong when old pal Mad Mickey Quinn escapes from a prison van.
February 18th - 'Fergus and Crispin' Tom Palmer and Tom Stourton play posh boys Fergus and Crispin - really awful entrepreneurs. Their business is going down the tubes and they're up to their necks in debt.
We're very happy to announce that Charlie Creed Miles is now represented by Hobsons. Celebrated for his hard hitting roles in films from Wild Bill to Nil by Mouth, we can let you into a secret; he's a lovely bloke with bags of voiceover talent.
See Tanya Franks in her guest appearance as the professional-but-put-upon Fiona in the BBC3 hit comedy series 'Pramface' on Tuesday 22nd January at 10pm.
Angel plays Jessie, a singer in the Louis Lester Band who have just been signed by music journalist Stanley. Set between the wars just as jazz was taking the world by storm, the series follows the fortunes of the band as they experience upper class english society.
Dancing on the Edge starts Monday 4th February, 9.00 p.m., BBC2