Piano/Forte by Terry Johnson:

Louise comes face to face with her father and his glamour model bride-to-be.

(Comedy drama, RP accent)

Iron by Rona Munro:

Prison warden Sheila talks to a colleague.

(Serious drama, London/estuary accent)

The Changeling by Middleton & Rowley:

Beatrice-Joanna finds her groom's possessions.

(Classical drama, RP)

James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl:

Character filled childrens narrative, delivered with a variety of accents.

Variation on the Word Sleep by Margaret Atwood:

Beautiful, evocative poem by Margaret Atwood.

The Distracted Preacher by Thomas Hardy:

Starting a "Will he, won't he?" thread in a classical literature narrative.

Once A Catholic by Mary O'Malley:

Mother Peter addresses her 5th form pupils at a convent school in 1957.

(Comedy, Southern

Irish accent)

Blue Window byCraig Lucas: Libby reveals why she's single and likely to remain that way.

(Heartbreakingly serious drama, standard US accent)

As You Like It by William Shakespeare:

Phebe has just encountered Rosalind, disguised as a man.

(West Country accent)

My Mother Said I Never Should by Charlotte Keatley:

Set in 1923, Doris has just been proposed to.

(Northern accent)

Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling:

Pregnant Annelle addresses M'Lynn about her daughter Shelby's death.

(Southern States US accent)

Educating Rita by Willy Russell:

Rita tells her Open University tutor Frank why she'll stick to her course.

(Liverpool accent)