Class: The Audio Adventures Volume 2 review

Released the same time as Volume 1, Class Volume 2 is another set of three stories centred on the comings and goings at Coal Hill Academy. The good news is this set of stories is (at least) as good as the first! The bad news is Big Finish has yet to announce any more stories. … >

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Class: The Audio Adventures Volume 1 review

Making its debut via the online BBC Three, and with some shoddy treatment from BBC One schedulers, it is fair to say Class, 2016’s Doctor Who spin-off, struggled to find its audience. Set around the Coal Hill School, a location with enduring links with the parent show, Patrick Ness created a drama series aimed at … >

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Class: soundtrack to Doctor Who series nearly ready

Composer Blair Mowat has taken to his Twitter account, to confirm that he’s nearly done on putting together a disc of his score for Class. The Doctor Who spin-off series, as you likely know, was brought to an end after just one series – leaving a cliffhanger behind too – but thankfully this hasn’t stopped … >

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5 things we’d like to see in a second season of ‘Class’

In its brief eight-episode run, Doctor Who’s teenage spin-off introduced us to a diverse gang of characters forced into friendship through adversity. With an initial release on the online-only BBC Three last autumn, and then some rather shoddy scheduling on late-night BBC One earlier this year, viewing figures have been unspectacular and there has been … >

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‘Lady Midnight’ book review: Cassandra Clare returns to the Shadowhunters world

Returning to her expansive fantasy world which began with ‘The Mortal Instruments’, Cassandra Clare’s latest novel chronicles the Shadowhunters of Los Angeles, rather than the more familiar turf of New York. For those new to the series, the heroes are teenaged Nephilim; half angel warriors who battle demons and keep the peace between creatures such … >

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