Jake Dudman will star in two Doctor Who audio series from Big Finish Productions, the first of which will be released in April 2018.
It was announced on 2 September at the Scifi Wales event that Jake is set to narrate The Tenth Doctor Chronicles and The Eleventh Doctor Chronicles, stories from David Tennant and Matt Smith’s eras as the Doctor.
— Jacob Dudman (@Jake_Dudman_) September 4, 2017
He will be working alongside guest stars including former Doctor Who star Jacqueline King, who will be returning to her role as Donna Noble’s mother Sylvia. Helen Goldwyn is the director, while Nicholas Briggs – the voice of the Daleks, Cybermen, and other monsters – is the executive producer.
On the Big Finish website, producer Scott Handcock said: “We’re thrilled to be tackling the Tenth Doctor era in the latest set of Chronicles releases – and with a new narrator in the form of Jacob Dudman!”
Fans took to Twitter to share their excitement:
Many congrats, Jake, you are more than awesome and deserve this and moreeeee. Ok, we don't know each other but I am so ridiculously proud.
— ζesɣairη (@elen_jaxx) September 5, 2017
You have come a long way, Jake! very proud of you! no one does a better 11th Doctor impression than you! Cheers, mate!
— nico de vera🌹 (@endeverafter_) September 4, 2017
Guess, I have to say Congratulations in 11 different languages: Congratulations! Herzlichen Glückwunsch! Tous mes compliments! Onnittellen!
— Simon Luca Wellner (@simon_wellner) September 4, 2017