Developing your English Pronunciation
Pronunciation: Excellent materials produced by the University of Technology Sydney for improving your fluency and pronunciation in Australian English, particularly for academic presentations. There is also a list of excellent books, audio and internet resources for you to use to improve your pronunciation.
Producing the sounds of English: BBC Learning English: Pronunciation tips.
Tim's Pronunciation Workshop: BBC English Pronunciation programs for tips on how to improve your pronunciation.
Talk about English: Better speaking: BBC Learning English shows you how to become a fluent, confident speaker of English.
Pronouncing dictionary: Look up words in the Cambridge Dictionary to check the stress pattern and sounds.
Another talking dictionary of English Pronunciation http://www.howjsay.com/index.php
ABC Radio National programs with interviews of researchers and scientists speaking about the latest scientific research (The Science Show) and medical research (The Health Report). There are recordings and transcripts from interviews on many interesting topics. The online interactive transcripts give you the opportunity to 'read along' with the speaker and imitate their sounds, pausing, stress and intonation. The audio can be stopped and repeated giving you an excellent opportunity to practise the pronunciation and speech techniques used by each speaker.
TED videos: The TED video site has a wide range of excellent presentations. It is particularly useful for non-native speakers of English as interactive transcripts are provided. The presentations are drawn from the fields of Technology, Entertainment and Design, Business, Science and Global Issues. Again, the online interactive transcripts give you the opportunity to 'read along' with the speaker and imitate their sounds, pausing, stress and intonation.