Nation, Terry Writers People Television
This category houses both professional and fan pages devoted to the Welsh television writer Terry Nation. Born 8 August 1930 in Cardiff, Wales, UK. Best known as the creator of the 'Daleks' which helped popularize the UK science fiction series 'Doctor Who'. Also created 'The Survivors' (1975), and 'Blake's Seven' (1978), writing the entire first series and six later episodes. Winner of the Writers' Guild of Great Britain Award (1975). Died 9 March 1997 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
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- Find A Grave: Terry Nation - Black and white photograph.
- BBC Wales: Terry Nation - Brief obituary, with an audio interview and tributes from fans.
- The Castor Way - Scanned article examining his creation of the \\'Daleks\\'. people By Kim Newman. Originally published in The Independent.
- IMDb: Terry Nation - Provides a complete filmography, with biographical details and people links.
- Terry Nation - Scanned newspaper obituary.
- Wikipedia: Terry Nation - Presents a biography, links and career information.
- Museum of Broadcast Communications: Terry Nation - Biography, career overview, partial filmography and a list writers of suggested further reading.
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