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In [[April]] of '''1960''', the [[British Broadcasting Corporation|BBC]]'s [[Head of Serials]], [[Donald Wilson]], established the Monitoring Group, also known as the Survey Group, whose job was to keep the BBC informed about current trends in various genres of entertainment. In [[1962]], [[Science Fiction (report)|a report on science fiction programming possibilities]] by this body led to the creation of ''[[Doctor Who]]''.
 
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Revision as of 19:33, July 7, 2013

Sonic screwdrivers can't create pages instantly.

This article about a year is currently under construction. It's likely to be a bit messy.

1960 in

the DWU • production history • vital statistics

Timeline for 1960
20th century | 1960s

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In April of 1960, the BBC's Head of Serials, Donald Wilson, established the Monitoring Group, also known as the Survey Group, whose job was to keep the BBC informed about current trends in various genres of entertainment. In 1962, a report on science fiction programming possibilities by this body led to the creation of Doctor Who.
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