Speaker | Host | Presenter
Former Loose Woman, Rachel Agnew is a marketing consultant, broadcaster, writer, voiceover artist, presenter and mum. Talented, funny and first class speaker, she has one of the most ubiquitous voices to be heard in the UK today. This is because Rachel is the voice of ’Cashier No.3 Please’. As a result, millions of people hear her dulcet tones every day in Boots, Lloyds, Barclays, M&S, Sainsbury’s and many more nationwide establishments
"Her speech had moments of poignancy as well as honesty and humour. She definitely gave hope to those ladies who are going through a difficult time at the moment and cheer to those who aren’t! "
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Rachel Agnew is a marketing consultant, broadcaster, writer, voiceover artist, speaker and Mum. After twenty years in a proper job in marketing in the music industry, Rachel became self-employed in 2008 and continues to be excited about her many diverse ways of earning an honest crust. The variety of her work makes every day different and she loves the feeling of never knowing what project might be round the next corner.
Her day job (as she calls it) is marketing UK tours by a diverse range of musicians. Recently she has worked for Alexander Armstrong, Jimmy Webb and Elaine Paige and she is currently working on a symphonic Led Zeppelin Masters orchestral tour as well as Lulu’s biggest ever UK tour.
As a broadcaster, she loved her time as one of the Loose Women, and has been a contributor on This Morning, Sky News and BBC Breakfast. In addition, she is often heard discussing many and varied topical issues on The Jeremy Vine Show on BBC Radio 2 and has appeared on BBC London, LBC and on BBC Radio 5live.
For five years Rachel was a columnist for a West London newspaper group, and wrote with wit and insight about a wide range of everyday topics and her after dinner speaking is no different. She talks honestly about her good and bad times and how her positive, half-full attitude has helped her overcome the bad ones. She motivates and inspires with innate warmth, honesty and humour.
She can also talk about her decades in the music business, and her stories about her time spent with everyone from Peter Ustinov to Rick Astley, are hilarious and insightful.
Rachel loves speaking, whether it is as a keynote to a women’s organisation or after dinner speaker to a corporate audience, and she is also an experienced presenter, host, facilitator and charity auctioneer. Her talks have been described as inspiring, dynamic and very witty.
Her speaking voice has also been put to good use on a wide variety of voiceover work. She says her favourite job was recording a video voiceover explaining how to de-flee your dogs and cats. Very glamorous!
Finally, Rachel has a unique claim to fame. She is one of the most ubiquitous voices to be heard in the UK today. Millions hear her every day in Boots, Lloyds, Barclays, M&S, Sainsbury’s and many more nationwide establishments. Because Rachel is the voice of….’Cashier No.3 Please’. Honestly, she really is!
Follow Rachel on Twitter - @Aggers65