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Evan gets a lesson in 'Yorkshirespeak'

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Actor Russell Crowe has been both lauded and mocked for his attempt at an English accent in the new Hollywood remake of Robin Hood.

Crowe is said to have based his accent on Sir Michael Parkinson's Yorkshire tones. Andrew Jack, one of the dialect coaches from the film, gave Evan Davis a quick lesson in authentic Yorkshire Robin Hood.


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