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Ian Levine was born on June 22, 1953 in Blackpool, Lancashire, England. He is a producer, known for Ian Levine: Shada (2013), The Joy of Disco (2012) and The End of the Line? (2011). See full bio »

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Ian Levine: Shada
The Joy of Disco
The End of the Line?
The End of the Line? Himself: Viewer 1963-Present


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 2013 Ian Levine: Shada (Video) (producer - animation segment)
 2013 Ian Levine: Downtime Redux (Video) (producer)
 2010 Ian Levine: Mission to the Unknown (Video short) (executive producer)
 2006 Genesis of a Classic (Video documentary) (producer)
 2006 Inside the Spaceship: The Story of the TARDIS (Video documentary short) (producer)
 2006 Over the Edge: The Story of the Edge of Destruction (Video documentary short) (producer)
 1995 Downtime (Video) (associate producer)
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Acts like Lady Gaga leave me cold because they cynically target a gay audience just as an extra selling point and the music is soulless to me. See more »


He is often credited as an influential figure in bringing to an end the BBC's policy in the 1970s of wiping episodes of Doctor Who (1963) and other popular series. In 1978 he discovered Doctor Who: The Dead Planet (1963) at BBC Enterprises, where it was marked for destruction. By this time, the BBC had already purged hundreds of episodes of Doctor Who (1963), but the BBC ended the policy the same... See more »

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