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15:39  Mark, audio-file 1, DNA, by Dennis Kelly. Streaming audio file.

 

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9:04  Jan, audio-file 1, DNA, by Dennis Kelly. Streaming audio file.

 

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3:30  Jan, audio-file 2, DNA, by Dennis Kelly. Streaming audio file.
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3:28  Jan, audio-file 3, DNA, by Dennis Kelly. Streaming audio file.
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2:36  Jan, audio-file 4, DNA, by Dennis Kelly. Streaming audio file.
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21:59  Leah, audio-file 1, DNA, by Dennis Kelly. Streaming audio file.
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22:08  Leah, audio-file 2, DNA, by Dennis Kelly. Streaming audio file.
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14:27  Phil, audio-file 1, DNA, by Dennis Kelly. Streaming audio file.
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3:25  Phil, audio-file 2, DNA, by Dennis Kelly. Streaming audio file.
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6:56  Lou, audio-file 1, DNA, by Dennis Kelly. Streaming audio file.
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16:11  John Tate, audio-file 1, DNA, by Dennis Kelly. Streaming audio file.
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10:22  Danny, audio-file 1, DNA, by Dennis Kelly. Streaming audio file.
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23:46  Richard, audio-file 1, DNA, by Dennis Kelly. Streaming audio file.
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10:24  Cathy, audio-file 1, DNA, by Dennis Kelly. Streaming audio file.
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13:18  Brian, audio-file 1, DNA, by Dennis Kelly. Streaming audio file.
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10:19  Adam, audio-file 1, DNA, by Dennis Kelly. Streaming audio file.
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Raymond Munro
Professor, Visual and Performing Arts
Clark University
950 Main St
Worcester, MA 01610

Additional Resources: Paul’s Standard British English and Cockney ebooks.  Also his English Estuary Dialect (a work-in-progress), when it is published.  For real-life models of Estuary English speakers, see IDEA’s England Page, the East and South-East.  England 28 is a good model, though verging on RP.

Britain’s Channel 4 television series, Fresh Meat, is a good source for actors doing the dialect well (even authentically);  See this YouTube link.  Similarly, the television series, Skins; see this YouTube link.

31 seconds into this BBC News episode has a good real-life speaker.

The celebrity chef, Jamie Oliver, from Essex and London, on this YouTube link, is a useful model of the “lower end” of Estuary, verging on Cockney.

The footballer, David Beckham, is a good example.  See this YouTube clip.  Beckham undertook a “speech improvement” regime to sound more polished, so it’s interesting to listen to early versus late Beckham to understand the continuum.

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