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Odyssee van de onsterfelijken : Griekenland en Rome

Tony Allan (author), Sara Maitland (author)

Odyssee van de onsterfelijken : Griekenland en Rome

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Title
Odyssee van de onsterfelijken : Griekenland en Rome
Author
Tony Allan Sara Maitland
Language
Dutch
Publisher
Amsterdam: Time-Life, 1997
144 p. : ill.
Note
Ondertitel op omslag : Grieks-Romeinse mythen Vert. uit het Engels
ISBN
90-5390-174-4
Placing suggestion
216.1 (SISO) Mythen - Sagen (ZIZO)

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About Tony Allan

Tony Allan (22 September 1949 – 9 July 2004) was a British broadcaster and voice over artist. He broadcast almost exclusively on pirate radio stations and was highly regarded for his professionalism, his distinctive voice and clear diction, and for his ability to produce highly professional commercials and promotions.

Career

Allan was 17 years old when he first worked for the pirate radio station Radio Scotland between 1966 and 1967. He had originally intended to work on another pirate station, Radio Caroline, but was rejected due to his age. When the Marine Offences Broadcasting Act (1967) was passed, he was the last DJ to broadcast live from the ship before managing director Tommy Shields's pre-recorded closedown programme.

He subsequently worked for Granada Television as a voice-over artist, and in Europe.

In the 1970s Allan worked first on RNI Radio Northsea International and did go l…Read more on Wikipedia

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