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'''Alex MacIntosh''' was a [[BBC]] news reporter. In the [[1970s]] he reported on the [[World Peace Conference]] at [[Auderly House]]. ([[TV]]: ''[[Day of the Daleks]]'') Alex had [[James Stevens]] on his show, to which Stevens told him off. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Who Killed Kennedy]]'')
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'''Alex MacIntosh''' was a [[BBC]] news reporter. In the [[1970s]] he reported on the [[World Peace Conference]] at [[Auderly House]]. ([[TV]]: ''[[Day of the Daleks]]'') Alex had [[James Stevens]] on his show, to which Stevens told him off. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Who Killed Kennedy (novel)|Who Killed Kennedy]]'')
   
 
== Behind the scenes ==
 
== Behind the scenes ==

Revision as of 02:54, December 6, 2013

This topic might have a better name.

Alex Macintosh, unless someone has proof that his name's spelled differently in the DWU.

Talk about it here.

Alex MacIntosh was a BBC news reporter. In the 1970s he reported on the World Peace Conference at Auderly House. (TV: Day of the Daleks) Alex had James Stevens on his show, to which Stevens told him off. (PROSE: Who Killed Kennedy)

Behind the scenes

In the real world, Macintosh, who played himself in Day of the Daleks, was born on 18 November 1925 and died on 7 September 1997.

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