Sally Boazman, or ‘Sally Traffic’ as she is fondly known to listeners on BBC Radio 2, has been reporting traffic for the network since 1998.
Sally has become a national cult figure, and was voted one of the most attractive female voices on UK radio in a Radio Times poll, coming in at number 4, beating most of the top personalities in UK radio and topping the poll on BBC Radio 2.
Her popularity means she is in demand for corporate events, and she undertakes grand openings, corporate hosting, speeches, voice overs and corporate productions. Clients include Truckfests, Scania, Rolls Royce, RAC, Eddie Stobart Trucks, The Heavies, Police Forces and Government Agencies.
She had recorded voice overs for Land Rover, Cadbury and even Status Quo and has promoted and endorsed The Road Haulage Association, Crimestoppers and The Highways Agency (even on occasions standing in for the Minister of Transport!).
Sally has presented an in house audio magazine programme for the RAC – “Call Sign” for the RAC patrols which won an award from the Institute of Internal Communication Awards in the radio category for online news using Audio and Podcast.
Channel 4 loved the way he said, "Chickens" and 17 years later Marcus is one of the UK's most recognisable voices. Big Brother is just the foundation of Marcus' varied career.
His voice has featured on many tv programmes and helped to sell countless and varied products - including BBC2's 'Have I got News for you?', and Channel 4's '8 out of ten cats'. Marcus' voice featured in Ricky Gervais' 'Extras', and his dulcet tones were chosen to be the voice of the prestigious BBC Proms!
Over many years as a voice over professional, Marcus has developed and honed a rich and versatile narration style (The Guardian described his voice as being like 'melted caramel'!) which has been used for a great variety of documentaries, ranging from the Discovery channel's 'The Great Biker Roadshow', to Channel 5's 'The Academy'. Marcus' famous voice has been used in great variety of commercials to advertise products ranging from BT to Locktite Supaglue, and from Fiat cars to BP garages. His voice has been used to recruit young voters at elections, soldiers, charitable donations and blood donors. Marcus is very proud to have voiced nationwide campaigns for the NHS - stopping smoking initiatives and Youth Diabetes programmes.
Marcus was a Continuity Announcer at Channel Four introducing some of TVs most famous and interesting programmes into our homes LIVE! He was also the out of vision presenter of the Sky TV quiz show, Dirty Money.
Marcus is a seasoned 'Voice of God' Announcer at awards ceremonies and events. His recent work in this field includes -The CRN Channel Awards at Battersea Evolution. The North Lancashire Business Awards - The BIBAS at Blackpool Tower Ball room. The FMBE awards at The Roxy and The UK Search Awards at The Bloomsbury Big Top, London.