In Remembrance was the third and final audio story in the anthology Class: The Audio Adventures: Volume Two. It featured Katherine Kelly as Miss Quill, Greg Austin as Charlie Smith and Sophie Aldred as Ace.
When an alarm is triggered at Coal Hill Academy, Quill and Charlie encounter a mysterious intruder prowling around school premises. Worse, they also encounter a Dalek. Their only hope of survival lies with the stranger: a woman who calls herself 'Ace'...
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- Quill is familiar with the Daleks, Gallifrey and the Time Lords.
- Charlie is not familiar with the Dalek, mistaking it for a robot.
- Identifying as a Dalek drone, the temporally displaced Dalek attempts to report to the Imperial Dalek mothership.
- Ace carries cans of homemade explosives.
- Ace calls the Dalek a racist.
- Quill mentions a Mr. Harris, the chemistry teacher.
- The Daleks mistake Quill and Charlie for humans.
- Quill jokes that she is suicidal on Monday mornings, with the school week ahead of her.
- Quill likens the Kaled mutant to a squid.
- From how she speaks of him, Ace deduces that Quill is familiar with a different regeneration of the Doctor than hers.
- Charlie realises that he is in the past when he learns that H. Parson is the headmaster of Coal Hill School.
- Though he has his mobile phone on his person, Charlie acknowledges that his contacts are not alive yet.
- The Dalek drone learns of their defeat in the Shoreditch Incident by accessing UNIT files via on the internet.
- The Dalek intends to return to 1963 and provide the information it has found to the Dalek battle computer, which will allow its faction of Daleks to learn and prevail in the Shoreditch Incident, changing the course of history.
- Briefly making contact with its colleagues in 1963, the drone tells them its information must be brought to the Emperor Dalek.
- Ace recalls the events of the Shoreditch Incident to Quill.
- Ace notes that she and the Seventh Doctor came to Shoreditch to deal with the Hand of Omega.
- As manipulated by the Doctor, the Imperial Daleks and Renegade Daleks fought each other for the Hand.
- The Doctor used the Hand of Omega to augment a baseball bat which Ace used to destroy several Daleks.
- The army helped to fight the Daleks with anti-tank rockets.
- The Doctor destroyed Skaro using the Hand of Omega. Quill recalls that this led to the Last Great Time War.
- Following the incident, the Doctor and Ace left to the TARDIS where the Doctor picked up signs of temporal abnormality in 2016, as well as a possible Dalek lifesign. However, before he and Ace could attend to it, they were distracted as the TARDIS was attacked.
- Ace fails to remember who attacked the TARDIS. She first suggests Fenric, but quickly remembers that was "later", she next suggests it was a Bandril timeship.
- Though the Doctor forgot about the matter at Coal Hill, Ace did not and kept a record of the date.
- This audio story features a unique version of the end credits theme tune of the television series Class.
- Quill is aware of the Daleks. (PROSE: The Stone House)
- Ace mentions going to the Academy on Gallifrey. (AUDIO: The Lights of Skaro, Intervention Earth, Enemy Lines, Soldier Obscura)
- Ace runs a charity organisation called A Charitable Earth. (TV: Death of the Doctor)
- Ace mentions being in the Last Great Time War and what Irving Braxiatel did to her memory. (AUDIO: Soldier Obscura)
- Quill mentions the Rhodian-Quill Civil War and her encounter with the Twelfth Doctor. (TV: For Tonight We Might Die)
- Ace mentions Fenric. (TV: The Curse of Fenric, AUDIO: Gods and Monsters)
- Ace mentions the Daleks in Coal Hill School and how the Doctor blew up their fleet. (TV: Remembrance of the Daleks) Quill states that it was one reason why the Time War started. (AUDIO: The Dalek Conquests)
- The Dalek states that "promises to aliens have no validity", inadvertently echoing the words of a Cyber-Leader. (TV: The Five Doctors)
- Charlie objects to being described as "small" by the Daleks, just as the younger Ace did. (TV: Remembrance of the Daleks)
- Quill describes that the Doctor cannot be relied on, (TV: For Tonight We Might Die) to which Ace agrees. (TV: Ghost Light, The Curse of Fenric, PROSE: Nightshade, Love and War, Deceit)