Voice 28 – Clive Robertson

I have no idea what this guy is talking about, but he’s an Australian TV presenter from 20 years ago. I think he’s like the Australian Terry Wogan. Very soothing voice, but why on Earth he is going through a series of toy figures with nicknames like “prune face” (‘when the ratings are down, he looks like this. When the ratings are up…he looks like this), or describing David Bowie as a “space cookie”, I really couldn’t say.

Voice 16 – Olivia Dunham (Anna Torv) 2

Yeah I’ve done her already, but what can I do? Her voice is mental soothing. Here she is in a sneak peek for Season 3 of Fringe. The psychiatrist woman isn’t half bad either.

Voice 9 – Dr Gina Toll (Dianne West)

Played by the glorious Dianne West. Mmmm, don’t you sometimes think you should go into therapy, just on the offchance of landing a Gina? Gabriel Byrne ain’t bad either.

Note: A user called ControlMastery has made some pretty fascinating analyses of the therapy on In Treatment. However, what interests me, and is most pertinent on these blogs, is that the voiceover on these videos successfully demonstrates that fine line between “soothing” and “creepy”. Yeeeerk.