Class: The Audio Adventures was a series of audio stories centred around the Doctor Who spin-off Class.

All six regular actors returned voicing their characters. The series also saw the return of Ace and the Daleks, after their previous visit to Coal Hill in 1988's Remembrance of the Daleks. Patrick Ness, who created the show and wrote its first series, was involved with the storyline and scripts of the audio series, despite not writing any of the stories.[1][2]

While "Up All Night" wasn't used as the theme tune for the series, the stories contained the Class theme, which played over the closing credits of the TV stories.

Because the licence was aquired before the show's cancellation, the audio stories for Volume One and Volume Two couldn't develop the cliffhanger of the first series' final episode, as they might have created a conflict with a potential second series, which never came to be. Thus, all six stories being developed for the first audio release needed to take place within the events of the show's first series.[1]

Stories Edit

Volume One Edit

Main article: Class: The Audio Adventures: Volume One
# Title Author Featuring Released
1.1 Gifted Roy Gill Ram, April 21 August 2018
1.2 Life Experience Jenny T Colgan Ram, Tanya
1.3 Tell Me You Love Me Scott Handcock Charlie, Matteusz, Miss Quill

Volume Two Edit

Main article: Class: The Audio Adventures: Volume Two
# Title Author Featuring Released
2.1 Everybody Loves Reagan Tim Foley Ram, April, Tanya 21 August 2018
2.2 Now You Know... Tim Leng Tanya, Matteusz
2.3 In Remembrance Guy Adams Charlie, Miss Quill, Ace, Daleks

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Notes Edit

  • Both volumes were first announced in DWM 526; individuals whose copies arrived early leaked the news to social media.[3] That same day, Greg Austin posted on his Twitter about working with Big Finish.[4] As the news broke, the series did not yet have a page on the Big Finish website.
  • Scott Handcock was approached by Nicholas Briggs about making audio stories for Class around the time the first series premiered, as he had gotten a licence for it. However, due to scheduling and developing of the storylines, it took a while for the stories to actually go through and get recorded.[1]
  • The physical copies of Volume One and Volume Two had a slightly wider cover than the digital version, so that the illustrations formed a single image when put side-by-side[5]

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