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The Dream Team

Phil and I have just recorded an ad together (well, it was a retag of an old one, but the effect is the same, although the outtakes weren’t as goo

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A Winning Weekend for Phil

This weekend was a very special one. Phil and I have attended the annual VOX conference for voice and audio professionals for the last 14 years, but for

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The Incredible Mr Bridge

A “shout out,” as we say on the wireless, to someone who has done amazing things for us over the last few weeks. When Phil and I talked abou

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Mind the Poverty Gap

Today is the final day of fundraising for our “Mind the Poverty Gap” collection in memory of Phil. I originally set it up for friends and fa

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Sayer Hamilton – Open For Business

Only Phil Sayer could announce the train delays which stopped people from arriving on time to his own funeral. Following a fitting, loving and deeply sa

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Phil Sayer ~ Obituary

Phil Sayer had one of the most familiar voices in British life, but one that had no known face attached. His authoritative London underground announceme

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Phil Sayer

Phil Sayer – voice of reason, radio, and railways. A dearly loved husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend. We are sorry to announc

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Phil is Retiring

Due to a sudden and unexpected decline in Phil’s health, Sayer Hamilton Ltd is temporarily closing for business with immediate effect, and Phil wi

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Brian

We’re proud to announce the arrival of our new team member, Brian. Right now he’s busy concentrating on script and cable-shredding duties, b

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The Heart of New Street

Phil – former “Announcer Man” at Birmingham New Street, and the voice of railway stations up and down the UK – had a great time

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A Life of Glamour

We really, really love this business we’re in. It’s varied, it’s interesting, and we get to do some very silly things in front of a mi

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Getting into Character

This morning, we kicked off our working week playing a pair of brash and bickering giraffes. Which was nice.

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