Audiobooks Read By Jane Copland

Audiobooks Read By Jane Copland

Jane Copland has over twenty-five years’ experience in broadcasting and voice-overs. Working mainly in television, she has been a BBC newsreader, presenter, and continuity announcer. She has narrated many documentaries for BBC 2, Channel 4, and the History Channel. For her first audiobook, The Palace of Curiosities by Rosie Garland, Copland played both female and male roles and a host of accents from posh to cockney, Dutch to Italian. In her spare time, she is studying for an Open University degree and indulging in her latest hobby: decluttering.

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