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The infamous Whitechapel murders, retold. A five-part comedy-drama.
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The infamous Whitechapel murders, retold. A five-part comedy-drama.
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    BONUS: Making Of Season 1

    BONUS: Making Of Season 1

    In association with Acast Audio Fiction Week, the Jackie the Ripper team brings you this behind the scenes episode on season 1.
    Written by:
    Joel Emery
    Directed by:
    Adam Jarrell 
    Produced by:
    Joel Emery
    Adam Jarrell
    Finn Ranson
    Luke Moore
    Executive Producer:
    Joel Emery
    Main theme:
    The Antibody by Alec Slayne - courtesy of epidemic sound
    Featuring:
    Ventifacts by Anthony Earls - courtesy of epidemic sound
    Horvath by Alec Slayne - courtesy of epidemic sound
    Waiting for Albinoni by Christian Andersen - courtesy of epidemic sound
    Memorabilia by Phello - courtesy of epidemic sound
    WARNING. This podcast contains explicit language and content some listeners may find objectionable.
    This is a work of fiction. Any similarities to persons living or deceased, organisations, places or events is purely coincidental. All scenarios are from the author's imagination. This podcast is protected under copyright.
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    • 45 min
    Chapter 5: Season 1 Finale

    Chapter 5: Season 1 Finale

    The case is closed, the City of London Police involvement in the investigation is relieved, the curfew is abolished and life goes on in Whitechapel... Or does it?
    Starring:
    Paul Waggott as Lead Detective Freddie Abberline
    Jennifer Tierney as Chief Inspector Donna Swanson
    Acushla-Tara Kupe as Jill Hunter
    Adam Jarrell as Acting Police Commissioner Henry Smith
    Karim Kronfli as Met. Commissioner Sir Charles Warren
    Ant McGinley as PC Jonas Mizen
    Helena Doughty as PC Sally Maybrick
    Additional voices:
    Jo Price
    Written by:
    Joel Emery
    Directed by:
    Adam Jarrell 
    Produced by:
    Joel Emery
    Adam Jarrell
    Finn Ranson
    Luke Moore
    Executive Producer:
    Joel Emery
    Main theme:
    The Antibody by Alec Slayne - courtesy of epidemic sound
    Featuring:
    Ventifacts by Anthony Earls - courtesy of epidemic sound
    Get Out by Alec Slayne - courtesy of epidemic sound
    Memorabilia by Phello - courtesy of epidemic sound
    WARNING. This podcast contains explicit language and content some listeners may find objectionable.
    This is a work of fiction. Any similarities to persons living or deceased, organisations, places or events is purely coincidental. All scenarios are from the author's imagination. This podcast is protected under copyright.
    Listener discretion is advised. The audio in this podcast is property of Stak.

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    • 33 min
    Chapter 4: Catch She If You Can

    Chapter 4: Catch She If You Can

    The public are incensed as the case rumbles onwards with no developments and no ending of the curfew in sight. Abberline meticulously builds the case against his latest suspect as the gravity of her crimes becomes almost too much to comprehend.
    Starring:
    Paul Waggott as Lead Detective Freddie Abberline
    Jennifer Tierney as Chief Inspector Donna Swanson
    Acushla-Tara Kupe as Jill Hunter
    Helena Doughty as PC Sally Maybrick
    Amina Koroma as Dr. Alyssa Helson
    Adam Jarrell as Acting Police Commissioner Henry Smith
    Karim Kronfli as Met. Commissioner Sir Charles Warren
    Additional voices:
    Sara Lynam
    Alex Ferrari Da Silva
    Libby Mills
    Sophie Halstead
    Esmonde Cole
    Allon Sylvain
    Rhys Tees
    Written by:
    Joel Emery
    Directed by:
    Adam Jarrell 
    Produced by:
    Joel Emery
    Adam Jarrell
    Finn Ranson
    Luke Moore
    Executive Producer:
    Joel Emery
    Main theme:
    The Antibody by Alec Slayne - courtesy of epidemic sound
    Featuring:
    Ventifacts by Anthony Earls - courtesy of epidemic sound
    Horvath by Alec Slayne - courtesy of epidemic sound
    Waiting for Albinoni - Christian Andersen
    WARNING. This podcast contains explicit language and content some listeners may find objectionable.
    This is a work of fiction. Any similarities to persons living or deceased, organisations, places or events is purely coincidental. All scenarios are from the author's imagination. This podcast is protected under copyright.
    Listener discretion is advised. The audio in this podcast is property of Stak.

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    • 30 min
    Chapter 3: Eyes Wide Shut

    Chapter 3: Eyes Wide Shut

    Another body, another mutilation. Abberline arrives on the scene of the cold-blooded murder of Danny Chapman.
    Jackie has struck again and this time she's taken it to another level. A curfew for all male members of the public in certain areas of East London once again cranks up the pressure on the Lead Detective – but this time, he has a target in his sights.
    **Jackie will return with new episodes every day this week, Monday to Friday. Make sure to subscribe so you catch all five chapters!**
    Starring:
    Paul Waggott as Lead Detective Freddie Abberline
    Jennifer Tierney as Chief Inspector Donna Swanson
    Acushla-Tara Kupe as Jill Hunter
    Helena Doughty as PC Sally Maybrick
    Marta da Silva as Georgie Bagster-Phillips
    Adam Jarrell as Acting Police Commissioner Henry Smith

    Additional voices:
    Sara Lynam
    Vinay Nariani
    Written by:
    Joel Emery
    Directed by:
    Adam Jarrell 
    Produced by:
    Joel Emery
    Adam Jarrell
    Finn Ranson
    Luke Moore
    Executive Producer:
    Joel Emery
    Main theme:
    The Antibody by Alec Slayne - courtesy of Epidemic Sound
    Featuring:
    Ventifacts by Anthony Earls - courtesy of Epidemic Sound
    El Periodista by Los Principes del Flamenco - courtesy of Epidemic Sound

    WARNING. This podcast contains explicit language and content some listeners may find objectionable.
    This is a work of fiction. Any similarities to persons living or deceased, organisations, places or events is purely coincidental. All scenarios are from the author's imagination. This podcast is protected under copyright.
    Listener discretion is advised.
    The audio in this podcast is property of Stak.

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    • 27 min
    Chapter 2: Leaving Her Mark

    Chapter 2: Leaving Her Mark

    The media frenzy surrounding Jackie the Ripper shows no sign of letting up as the newly formed 'H Division' secure full access to the victim's phone. With very little evidence, no new leads, zero suspects and a recently deceased father playing havoc with his Daddy issues, Abberline is buckling under the pressure.
    **Jackie will return with new episodes every day this week, Monday to Friday. Make sure to subscribe so you catch all five chapters!**
    Starring:
    Paul Waggott as Lead Detective Freddie Abberline
    Jennifer Tierney as Chief Inspector Donna Swanson
    Acushla-Tara Kupe as Jill Hunter
    Marta da Silva as Georgie Bagster-Phillips
    Adam Jarrell as Acting Police Commissioner Henry Smith
    Karim Kronfli as Met. Commissioner Sir Charles Warren
    Nalân Burgess as Pria Campbell
    Tassawar Yasin as Umar

    Additional voices:
    Sara Lynam
    John Walker
    Jo Price
    George Still
    Written by:
    Joel Emery
    Directed by:
    Adam Jarrell 
    Produced by:
    Joel Emery
    Adam Jarrell
    Finn Ranson
    Luke Moore
    Executive Producer:
    Joel Emery
    Main theme:
    The Antibody by Alec Slayne - courtesy of Epidemic Sound
    Featuring:
    Ventifacts by Anthony Earls - courtesy of Epidemic Sound
    Get Out by Alec Slayne - courtesy of Epidemic Sound
    A Waltz Among The Graves by John Abbot - courtesy of Epidemic Sound

    WARNING. This podcast contains explicit language and content some listeners may find objectionable.
    This is a work of fiction. Any similarities to persons living or deceased, organisations, places or events is purely coincidental. All scenarios are from the author's imagination. This podcast is protected under copyright.
    Listener discretion is advised.
    The audio in this podcast is property of Stak.

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    • 27 min
    Chapter 1: A Cock and Balls Story

    Chapter 1: A Cock and Balls Story

    In the first of five chapters, the story of Jackie the Ripper begins on the morning of August 31st. The body and testicles of Mark Alan Nichols are found behind Whitechapel tube station, but his penis? Nowhere to be found.
    In the midst of a strike by the Metropolitan Police, Lead Detective Freddie Abberline of Scotland Yard reluctantly joins forces with his former department, The City of London Police, to crack this gruesome murder.
    **Jackie will return with new episodes every day this week, Monday to Friday. Make sure to subscribe so you catch all five chapters!**
    Starring:
    Paul Waggott as Lead Detective Freddie Abberline
    Jennifer Tierney as Chief Inspector Donna Swanson
    Acushla-Tara Kupe as Jill Hunter
    Adam Jarrell as Acting Police Commissioner Henry Smith
    Helena Doughty as PC Sally Maybrick
    Amina Koroma as Dr. Alyssa Helson
    Karim Kronfli as Met. Commissioner Sir Charles Warren
    Nalân Burgess as Pria Campbell
    Ant McGinley as PC Jonas Mizen
    Fisun Burgess as Angela
    George Still as Charles Lechmere
    Additional voices:
    Sara Lynam
    Jonny Blain
    John Brannoch
    John Walker
    Jo Price
    Joaquin Augusto Quinteros
    Written by:
    Joel Emery
    Directed by:
    Adam Jarrell 
    Produced by:
    Joel Emery
    Adam Jarrell
    Finn Ranson
    Luke Moore
    Executive Producer:
    Joel Emery
    Main theme:
    The Antibody by Alec Slayne - courtesy of Epidemic Sound.
    Featuring:
    Ventifacts by Anthony Earls - courtesy of Epidemic Sound.

    WARNING. This podcast contains explicit language and content some listeners may find objectionable.
    This is a work of fiction. Any similarities to persons living or deceased, organisations, places or events is purely coincidental. All scenarios are from the author's imagination. This podcast is protected under copyright.
    Listener discretion is advised.
    The audio in this podcast is property of Stak.

    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    • 32 min

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