What we do

Anglophonic is a one-stop-shop that specialises in all English language services - writing, teaching and voice-overs.


Anglophonic is run by a journalist with 18 years experience and with top class writing skills in English. If you have a business or a project and need to get your message to connect wtih English speakers, Anglophonic can put together the perfect text for your needs.

Or if you’ve translated your own material but feel your work needs a critical eye cast over it by a native English speaker, we can make sure it’s polished, clear and concise - as well as putting your mind at rest that all the grammar, spelling, punctuation, etc, is exactly as it needs to be and doesn’t distract from your core message.

Whether it’s an English verison of a website for your business, or an Anglophone version of information for a tourist attraction, an application for a job overseas, or even just a short restaurant menu, Anglophonic can help you get it perfect.

Website content
Job applications

English lessons

Anglophonic can help you learn English - we teach all levels, all ages and your teacher will be a qualified, experienced, native English speaker. We can teach individuals, groups, businesses, or even by Skype. The course will be tailored to your individual needs and will included a free evaluation to begin.

Business English
One-to-one lessons
Lessons tailored to your needs
Exams preparation
Skype lessons
Free assessment

Voice overs

If you need a great-sounding, native English-speaking voice, for your website, app, promotional video or radio station, We have worked as both professional voice-over artist and in radio, for clients as diverse as children’s publisher Milan Presse, the Aeroscopia Aviation Museum in Toulouse and e-learning company Edufactory.

We can do voice-overs for:

Websites, apps, etc.
Corporate videos
Children’s cartoons
Radio adverts


Anglophonic Media is an enterprise based in Castres in the south west of France and is run by Mark Hayes, an Irish native.

He has worked as a journalist and editor since 1998 and as an English teacher since 2013.

He has worked as an editor and writer for Ireland’s biggest newspapers, including the Irish Independent and Sunday Independent.

He moved to France in 2007 and became deputy managing editor at Presse Media 81, which was Europe’s biggest provider of out-sourced prodcution services to the newspaper industry.

- Mark Hayes

31 rue Henri Viguier,
81100 Castres, France

Tel: 00 33 95 258 00043
or (mobile) 00 33 62 649 69 79