‘It’s good to hear your voice’

Whilst staying at Walnut Grove I read ‘How to be both’ by Ali Smith. It is a wonderful novel that reminds us why Art is so important in our lives. The novel begins with the death of Georgia’s mother.

The above passage reminded me of a film that I made some years back. This film was called ‘NETWORK 3’ and was based entirely on voices that mattered to me. It is a film that I am proud to have put together:


To play this short film please click here or on the image above.

A film of voices.

Voices include: Andrew Gordon, an unknown commentator, Anne Baird, BBC announcer, William Boyd, Ben Okri, Captain Charles Ryder, Jeremy Irons, Dr Ian Collins, Iain Crichton Smith, Julian Spalding, Ella Rae, a schoolboy, Great Granny, Constance Scott, Alexander McCall Smith, Duke of Buccleuch,, Oswald Bates, Timothy Spall, John Gibson Scott, Call Kaye, Dr Shibley Rahman, Sally Scott, Vladimir Nabokov, Pure Logic, NETWORK 3, Dr Peter J Gordon, Mark Lythgoe, Tom Devine, Margaret McCathie, Paddington Bear, Grayson Perry, Roald Dahl, Margaret McCathie, Mary Midgley, Kenneth Calman, Richard Holloway

This film is dedicated to Ray Tallis

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