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Terry Nation, we salute you. Because if it wasn't for the Cardiff-born writer inventing the Time Lord's most sinister enemy, we wouldn't all be tuning in to see Into the Daleks tonight. So thanks for giving the world the Daleks -- we think! Dr. Who: Into the Daleks is on BBC One at 7.30pm.

Captions:

Terry Nation with his daughter Rebecca and one of his famous TV creations

Tim Hancock in front of the plaque in a honour of Dalek creator Terry Nation in Llandaff.

The Daleks invade Cardiff in 1964

Terry Nation with his creation December 1964

The first Doctor William Hartnell during rehearsals at Television Centre on May 21, 1965

But Donna Noble and the Doctor with a Supreme Dalek

Labour politician Jacqui Smith, former Doctor Who actor David Tennant and London mayor Boris Johnson meet a Dalek

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  • APA 6th ed.: (2014-08-30). Dalek Nation. South Wales Echo p. 24.
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  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Dalek Nation." South Wales Echo, edition, sec., 2014-08-30
  • Turabian: "Dalek Nation." South Wales Echo, 2014-08-30, section, 24 edition.
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