Malcolm Brown


Actor and broadcaster. Malcolm began his career with HTV in Cardiff as a continuity announcer before moving to Granada TV in Manchester at the beginning of the Seventies. In 1982, TVS won the franchise for the south of England and Malcolm moved there as part of the new announcing and news reading team. Malcolm went freelance in 1992 and has since been involved in radio, tv, video and corporate work.



Granada Television:
World In Action, University Challenge, The Comedians, Square One, promotional trailers.

Do It, Tell The Truth, Concentration, Some Lie Some Die.




BBC World Service:
Promotional trailers.

American PBS Network:
Iron Way-Granite Alp (see Video)



Granada Television:
Granada Reports, pilot of Archie The Afghan.
1971-82 . . . In-vision & sound only continuity announcing and in-vision news reading.

On The Art Beat, pilot of On Safari.
1982-92 . . .In vision & sound only continuity announcing and in-vision news reading.

Anglia, BSB, HTV, Meridian, Tyne Tees, WestCountry:
Freelance continuity



Bravo/Trouble, BSB, Challenge, Discovery, Discovery Home & Leisure, Living, Lifestyle Television, UK Arena, UK Gold, UK Horizons, UK Play, UK Style, Screenshop, Sky Movie Channel, Superchannel:
Infomercials, promotions

Written and produced commercials for KCET/BBC acclaimed series "1914-18" and Pioneer Productions/Discovery Channel "Raging Planet" on video.



Wrote and recorded the narration of MITV's documentary Iron Way-Granite Alp / The Albula Line and narrated all twenty-five other titles in the series broadcast on PSB in America

Millennium Century Films: Oxford,Town & Gown

National Council for Vocational Qualifications: The Training Revolution for Companies and The Training Revolution for Managers

Department Of Health & Social Security: For Your Benefit - Disability / Working Allowance Explained

British Rail: Your Rights and Your Pensions and Controlling Rail Movements by Hand Signals

Tax Training: Form P11D

Cable & Wireless Marine: Santander Undersea Cable

Lockheed Martin - Yeovilton Air/Sea Museum: Merlin Blue Kestrel 5000 Radar

Performed in and narrated various other technical/industrial videos.



Abbey Life, Castrol Oil, Husqvana,



BBC Radio 4: Feedback, Eats Shoots and Leaves, The Real Sherlock Holmes, A Pebble in My Mouth
BBC World Service: Write On
Melody FM, London: presented Breakfast Show
Chiltern RadioMelody FM, Piccadilly Radio, Radio City, Ocean Sound: Commercial & trailer voice-overs
Ocean Sound: Presented Saturday midday show and Sunday morning show
Retail Broadcasting Services: Presenting

Played leading roles in the first ILR 13 part drama serial The Last Rose of Summer and its sequel Hunters Moon (written by Stephen Gallagher of TV's Chimera & Bugs fame)



Podcast: Presented daily for The Times newspaper

CD-ROMAssiDomän, Barclay's Bank, Castrol Oil

Narrated on Penguin Cassette



Major roles:

Toby Belch Twelfth Night
Porthos The Three Musketeers
Lloyd Dallas Noises Off
Norman The Dresser
Rev. Hale The Crucible
Don Antonio The Rover
Freddie A Day in the Death of Joe Egg
Goodlack Fair Maid of the West
Father Dolan The Shaugrhaun
Bassanio The Merchant of Venice
Headingly Donkey's Years
Ken Harrison Whose Life is it Anyway?
Jack Rover Wild Oats
George Same Time Next Year
Aimwell The Beaux Stratagem
DeWinter Rebecca
Lövberg Hedda Gabler
Careless School for Scandal