|20100402||Jackie is married to a good-natured but big-bottomed butcher, Terry.|
She works in a newsagent and she's restless.
Her youngest child, Chloe, is about to get married to Carl, a sensible lad.
But Jackie thinks Chloe's repeating her own mistake: marrying too young, without exploring her options.
Jackie's a big fan of Stephen Fry and would love her daughter to be marrying a man as interesting as him.
Jackie buys a tent, ostensibly as a wedding present for Chloe.
But instead Jackie sleeps in the tent herself, in the garden, to escape her husband.
She has a series of dreams about Stephen Fry.
He's everything her husband Terry is not: eloquent, metropolitan, learned and gay.
In a series of exciting and alarming fantasies, Jackie and Stephen have a platonic love affair.
Then Chloe meets Stephen Fry in an Indian restaurant and tells him her mum is in love with him.
Suddenly, fantasy is becoming reality.
Terry discovers his wife is in love with a man known only as 'Steve'.
He's no idea who Steve is.
Should he confront Steve? Or should he keep quiet and wait for his wife's affair with Steve to blow over.
Eventually, husband, wife and Steve meet in an Ipswich bookshop and have their lives changed forever.
He just carries on being Stephen Fry.
I LOVE Stephen Fry is written by Jon Canter.
Jon's worked with many of the biggest names in TV comedy and was script editor on 'A Bit of Fry and Laurie'.
His writing credits include The Two Ronnies, 'Not The Nine O Clock News', 'Mr Bean', 'Alas Smith and Jones', 'Murder Most Horrid' and 'Posh Nosh'.
He has had two comic novels published by Jonathan Cape.
'Seeds of Greatness' and 'A Short Gentleman'.
Stephen Fry Himself
Jackie Lesley Sharp
Terry Phil Davis
Margaret Carolyn Pickles
Ron Ron Cook
Chloe Sinead Matthews
Carl Karl Theobald
Producer/Director Fiona McAlpine
The programme is an Allegra producton for BBC Radio 4.
By Jon Canter.
Jackie, a bored housewife, is in love with Stephen Fry
His writing credits include The Two Ronnies, 'Not The Nine O Clock News', 'Mr Bean', 'Alas Smith & Jones', 'Murder Most Horrid' and 'Posh Nosh'.
"Jackie is married to a good-natured but big-bottomed butcher, Terry.
Jackie, a bored housewife, is in love with Stephen Fry"
|20080703||By Jon Canter.|
Jackie, a woman with a midlife crisis and a snoring husband, starts to fantasise about other men.
In her dreams, Jackie is in love with Stephen Fry - who is everything her husband is not: eloquent, metropolitan, learned and gay.
But what does Stephen think and should she tell him she loves him?
Directed by Fiona McAlpine.
"By Jon Canter.
Directed by Fiona McAlpine."