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Coming Soon …

We talk to the talents behind the upcoming Doctor Who releases.


The Doctor (played on TV by Matt Smith) is voiced by Jacob Dudman in The Eleventh Doctor Chronicles. Art by Tom Webster.


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Jacob Dudman Narrator/The Doctor

Eleanor Crooks Olivia

Danny Horn Kazran Sardick

Simon Fisher-Becker Dorium Maldovar

Nathalie Buscombe Jane Austen

In 2014, Jacob Dudman made a video recreating Matt Smith’s final speech as the Eleventh Doctor and uploaded it to YouTube. Now, he’s voicing the character in brand-new adventures as narrator of The Eleventh Doctor Chronicles.

“I was listening to a little of snippet of the early edits, comparing it to the video that I did years ago, and it’s come on leaps and bounds,” he says. “At the beginning, I could do the soft tone of Matt’s final speech – that’s being able to do one dimension of the character. But being able to do when they’re shouty, when they’re quiet, when they’re worried – being able to do all the different aspects of the character… I think that’s hopefully developed.”

Jake also notices a difference between his latest performances and April’s The Tenth Doctor Chronicles. “If I’m totally honest – and hopefully I’m the only person who even recognises this! – I think that they’ve improved massively,” he says. “I think a lot of that is to do with confidence and experience – settling into ‘This is what I do as a job’. It was so daunting to be stepping into the shoes of my childhood heroes.”

The four new stories are set throughout the Eleventh Doctor’s life, each featuring a different one of his friends. The first – AK Benedict’s The Calendar Man – features Amy Pond and introduces an unusual new baddie. “The Calendar Man is a villain who I really, really hope returns to Big Finish,” says Jake. “It’s such an inventive idea, and truly creepy.”

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