Sarah Class was born in Watford. Having written music and poetry from an early age and performing as a vocalist and pianist in bands since she was a teenager, Class found her inspiration in the lush woodlands, rolling hills and seascapes of the Isle of Wight. Class graduated with a BA (Hons) in music and art from Chichester University, Sussex ...
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The programme is set in Coal Hill Academy, a fictional school that has been featured in Doctor Who since the 1963 serial, An Unearthly Child, and focuses on six of its students and staff members. The sixth formers of Coal Hill Academy all have their own secrets and desires. They have to deal with the stresses of everyday life, including friends, parents, school work, sex, and sorrow, but also the horrors that come from time travel.The Doctor and his time-travelling have made the walls of space and time stretch thin, and monsters beyond imagination are planning to break through and wreak havoc upon the Earth.
1. Greg Austin as Charlie Smith, an alien posing as a human student. He is the prince of the Rhodians, and the last of his species; after being rescued by the Doctor when his race is slaughtered by another species called the Shadow Kin, he changes his body to a human's and poses as an average 17-year-old student from Sheffield. 2. Fady Elsayed as Ram Singh, a tough, antisocial student and gifted football player. After losing his right leg in the first episode, he is given a prosthetic one by...
1. Jordan Renzo as Matteusz Andrzejewski, Charlie's love interest and later boyfriend, born and raised in Poland[a] 2. Paul Marc Davisas Corakinus, the evil king of the Shadow Kin 3. Pooky Quesnelas Dorothea Ames, the headteacher of Coal Hill Academy from "Co-Owner of a Lonely Heart" 4. Shannon Murrayas Jackie MacLean, April's mother who lost the use of her legs 5. Aaron Neil as Varun Singh, Ram's father 6. Natasha Gordonas Vivian Adeola, Tanya's overprotective mother 7. Nigel Betts as Franci...
1. Peter Capaldi as The Doctor: The twelfth incarnationof a rogue Time Lord from the planet Gallifrey who travels through space and time saving worlds.
The programme was announced on 1 October 2015. Steven Moffat executive-produces the programme. It was revealed on 27 April 2016 that Coal Hill was now an academy. Ed Bazalgette was the first director announced for the series. Philippa Langdale directed two episodes, Wayne Yip also directed a number of episodes for the series,and Julian Holmes directed the finale. In June 2017, Ness announced that if a second series were to go ahead, he would not be continuing as a writer for the series.On 7 S...
On 4 April 2016, the main cast of the programme was unveiled. Greg Austin, Fady Elsayed, Sophie Hopkins and Vivian Oparah star as four Sixth Formers, with Austin playing a character named Charlie, while Katherine Kelly portrays Miss Quill, a Coal Hill Academy teacher. Nigel Betts reprises his role as Mr. Armitage from "Into the Dalek", "The Caretaker" and "Dark Water" from the eighth series of Doctor Who. Paul Marc Davis appears in a recurring role in the programme. Anna Shafferportrays a cha...
Class began filming on 4 April 2016. Wayne Yip reported his block finished filming on 16 August 2016.Filming ended on 2 September 2016.
After being released on BBC Three online from 10am each week in the UK, the episodes also began to be broadcast on BBC One from 9 January 2017. In the United Kingdom, episodes were available digitally in HD shortly after broadcast on the UK iTunes Store.However, the series scored poor viewership figures for its broadcast on BBC One. In January 2016, the programme was picked up in the US by BBC America, where the programme received its premiere on 15 April 2017, directly after the premiere of...
Home media release
All eight episodes of Classwere released on Blu-ray worldwide, and DVD in Region 2, on 16 January 2017.
A soundtrack album was released on 7 December 2018.A 500-copies limited edition marbled vinyl edition was released on 4 January 2019. Both CD and LP editions were available with a bonus CD featuring additional score cues.
Domestically, the series had poorer than expected ratings, failing to make the BBC iPlayer Top 20 in its first seven weeks, and failing to secure over a million viewers at any point when repeated on BBC One in a late-evening slot across January and February. In the US, the premiere pulled in half a million viewers despite running immediately following Doctor Who, losing almost half its forerunner's audience.
Despite poor ratings, overall reception from critics for the series was mostly positive. It received praise for its darker tone, writing, themes, and acting, as well as for the overall evolution of the characters during the series; Katherine Kelly and her character Miss Quill, in particular, were singled out. However, the Shadow Kin were considered weak enemies, and the first episodes and finale were criticized for their fast pacing. Reviewers noted that the show was similar to Buffy the Vamp...
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Big Finish Productions has produced audio dramas based on Class that take place during the run of the TV series. All of the main cast returns, however, two were recast for Volumes 3 and 4, with Joanna McGibbon playing Tanya Adeola (previously Vivian Oparah) and Dervla Kirwan playing Miss Quill (previously Katherine Kelly).Class at BBC OnlineClass at IMDb
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