Doctor Who Magazine’s flirty female diarist is back! And it’s about time.
Single White Who Fan: The Life and Times of Jackie Jenkins is a full-cast audio adaptation of the columns featured in DWM (1997 – 2000, plus exclusive new material that takes her story to the 50th anniversary in 2013), featuring Joy-Amy Wigman as the voice of Jackie – a girl who views the world through TARDIS-shaped windows.
From pub nights out to TV nights in, incompetent friends to entangled relationships, follow Jackie and her friends as they ponder life, love and the Doctor.
With cameo appearances from Doctor Who alumni, in the form of Terry Molloy, Frazer Hines, John Levene, Paul Darrow and John Guilor, this full-cast audio production is a feature-length listen to what happens if Bridget Jones was a Doctor Who fan.
Approx. running time 2 hours.
SINGLE WHITE WHO FAN
The Life & Times of Jackie Jenkins
Written by JACKIE JENKINS
JOY-AMY WIGMAN as Jackie Jenkins
TERRY MOLLOY as the Announcer
FRAZER HINES, JOHN LEVENE, PAUL DARROW and JOHN GUILOR
Starring (in order of appearance)…
IAN KUBIAK as Jason Minnards
FRANCIS MOLONEY as Chas
DAVID RATTY as Nigel
DANIEL PARKER as Photographer
SOPHIE JONES as Helen
BARNABY EATON-JONES as Ogron Mandrell-Hair
VANESSA BISHOP as Mrs Jenkins
SIMON YOUNG as James
BARNABY EATON-JONES as Patrick
SHEILA HAM as Nicky
BEN PERKINS as Fortysomething #1
NATHAN DRAKE as Fortysomething #2
ALISON DRAKE as Mrs Holland
BOB ROBERTS as David Holland
JILLY BREEZE as Claire
GARETH RICKETTS as Darren Barry
IAN HAM as Ignored Man
CHARLOTTE LARA HALL as Party Guest
GARETH JONES as Genesis Fan
FRANCES MORROW-BROWN as Waitress
KIM JONES as Naomi
LIZI BRAZIER as Phone Woman
MIKE WATKINS as Joe
Adaptation and Extra Material by BARNABY EATON-JONES
Art: KATHRYN HUDSON
Graphics: ROBERT HAMMOND
Music: ARPEGGIO CREATIVE
Sound Design: STEVE ‘CHADS’ BRADBURY
Director: KIM JONES
Producer: BARNABY EATON-JONES
Recorded at ABBOTSWOOD STUDIOS, GLOUCESTERSHIRE (02-03-2014 and 09-03-2014)
With grateful thanks to Doctor Who Magazine, Vanessa Bishop, David Darlington, What Noise Productions and Tim Hirst.