Competition: I’d know that voice anywhere!

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radio_1This weekend we have a special treat for lovers of crime fiction TV and movies, and a chance to win seasons one, two and three of Peaky Blinders on DVD or Blu-Ray.

First of all, watch the YouTube video above. Well, not so much watch as listen. You’ll hear the voices of well-known characters from TV crime shows and movies. We need three things for each one: the actor’s name, the character they are playing, and the name of the show or movie.

Some of the clips do contain strong language, which reflects the fact that these movies and television productions were made for an adult audience.

Enter today!
Note down your answers, and send them to us in an email at info [at] crimefictionlover [dot] com*. Entitle your email I’d Know That Voice Anywhere! Don’t forget to include your full name and address in the email so we can send you your prize if you win.

On Sunday 12 June at 6pm UK time we’ll go through all the emails and choose a winner from all the entries that have the most correct answers.

The Prize
This is a fantastic opportunity to win seasons one to three of Peaky Blinders on DVD or Blu-Ray – your choice. Starring Cillian Murphy, Sam Neill and Helen McCrory, this gripping crime programme is set in Birmingham’s gangland just after World War I. It’s proven a great hit on the BBC and you’ll get all three seasons if you can correctly answer our quiz.


Rules – because you have to have ‘em
1) One entry per reader. 2) We will draw the winner at random from the entries containing the largest number of correct answers. 3) No cash alternative. 4) The competition closes for entries at 6pm UK time on Sunday 12 June 2016. 5) The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

Finally, good luck. Whether you win or not, keep following us on Twitter and Facebook, where we have plenty of more chances for you to win great prizes.

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