British Female Voice Talent

  • “For a clear, soothing, gentle and precise voice which is compassionate and delicate with delightful sparkle”

  • “I’ve started ‘hearing’ my writing in Rachael’s voice. She sounded brilliant telling it!”

    Best Selling Author of The Spy Series Jessie Clever

  • “Rachael brings alive all the emotions that the characters experience”

    Audible Listener Review

  • “Rachael is such a gifted artist. I listen to her narration again and again.”

    Amanda Dykes. Author

  • Cogheart. By Peter Bunzl. Published by Usborne

    Nominated for Waterstones Children’s Book of The Year 2017

  • “Rachael Beresford is a joy to work with. Her quick and professional understanding of the voice we needed was great and her voice is clear, authoritative and I would work with her again.”

    Lorraine Ansell, Producer




  1. Non Fiction Demo 1:49
  2. Fantasy Demo 2:01
  3. Regency Romance Demo 3:18

British audiobook narrator.

Wonderfully racy and zesty with both power and presence, emotive and lyrical, yet underpinned with undeniable class. Delightful, professional and passionate.

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AudioFile bestows Earphones Awards to presentations which are deemed to excel in the following criteria:

  • Narrative voice and style
  • Vocal characterizations
  • Appropriateness for the audio format
  • Enhancement of the text


Recent Reviews


The Fossil Hunter read by Rachael Beresford

The Fossil Hunters


Rachael Beresford narrates this fascinating story. The warmth of her voice and her soft British accent captivate the listener and carry the narrative along effectively. She sets off select quotations from men by altering her pitch in a pseudo-male voice that is not distracting. Her pacing allows listeners to absorb scientific facts and principles. R.C.G. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award
White Eagles and Firebird read by Rachael Beresford

White Eagles & Firebird


Rachael Beresford capably narrates this pair of novella-length audiobooks featuring determined young women facing hardship with courage. With her cut-glass English accent and precise diction, she does not attempt to mimic the native accents of her characters, though she does a creditable job tackling a minor character's denture-induced lisp
She Caused a Riot read by Rachael Beresford

She Caused a Riot


Narrator Rachael Beresford gives Jewell's brief accounts and cheeky humor full expression. While the title touts 100 unknown women, listeners will likely recognize figures such as Sappho, Hatshepsut, and Josephine Baker, among others, in this diverse collection of female figures relegated to the sidelines of history.

The Poison Garden read by Rachael Beresford

The Poison Garden


Narrator Rachael Beresford adopts a series of British accents as she narrates this story about a group that has survived an apocalypse. Almost every adult in North Wales is dead. One of the few survivors is 21-year-old Romy, who was raised in a cult called The Ark.



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