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The 1960s were referred to by the Eleventh Doctor and the DJ of Tranquil Repose as the Swinging Sixties. (AUDIO: Hunters of Earth, TV: Revelation of the Daleks) The Doctor associated "miniskirts, Telstars, Fireball XL5, flower power and Woodstock" with this decade. (AUDIO: Hunters of Earth) Ace believed it had no "street cred". (TV: Remembrance of the Daleks)

The British Rocket Group and Intrusion Counter-Measures Group, the latter a precursor to UNIT, were active during the 1960s. (TV: Remembrance of the Daleks, PROSE: Downtime, Who Killed Kennedy)

The Sixth Doctor considered the 1960s to be one of Earth's "most turbulent periods." (AUDIO: 1963: The Space Race)

George Woods worked in the field of radar development in the 1950s and 60s. (TV: Lost in Time)

Near the end of the decade, a number of parents named their sons "Valentine" after the main character in Stranger in a Strange Land. (PROSE: Dead Romance)

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Fitz Kreiner spent a few weeks working behind the bar at the Mother Black Cap in Camden Town. (PROSE: The Fall of Yquatine)

In the 1960s, Dr Fendelman was working on missile guidance systems, observing a "sonic shadow" during one test launch which lead to his time scanner experiments in the 1970s. (TV: Image of the Fendahl)

In this decade, John and Gillian Who met their grandfather, the First Doctor, and began travelling with him as his companions. (COMIC: The Klepton Parasites)

Sometime in this decade, "lesbian novelist" Iris wrote a novel called The Nylon Jungle. (PROSE: Hospitality)

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