A call centre worker accused of downloading Islamic State manuals has been ordered by a senior judge to stand trial this summer.
Nathan Saunders faces five charges of possessing a record, the kind which is likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism.
The man, from Tredegar in Wales, was arrested on February 8 and four issues of the Isis publication Rumiyah were allegedly found on his phone.
He also allegedly owned a copy of the Anarchist Cookbook.
Saunders has made his first appearance at the Old Bailey and spoke to confirm his name. Justice Holroyde has now set a timetable for the case and ordered it to be heard by Judge Richard Marks QC at the Old Bailey.
A plea and case management hearing has been set for June 9 with a provisional seven-day trial to begin on August 7.
Saunders was remanded in custody and will attend the next hearing via a video link.