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Well you may have more than one problem. As far as cranking, a mechanic would check for voltage at the starter and trace back to the key switch. The key switch could cause both problems. There is also a neutral safety switch that could cause it not to crank. You could also have a bad ground connection between the engine and body.
A click every time you activate the starter motor generally tells us that the solenoid is working fine, but that the starter motor is faulty and requires repair/replacement.
To just double check:
Turn on the headlights when cranking. If the lights dim significantly, then the battery doesn't have enough charge to power the starter, and the battery could require replacement. If the lights don't dim by much, then the issue is most likely the starter motor.
Its unusual for both doors to fail at the same time, but not impossible. Since you say the lights dim and you can hear noise in the doors we will assume the motors have voltage and ground. You would need to remove the motors from the regulators to see if the motors are faulty or if the problem is with the regulators or tracks.