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Ian Levine is an English songwriter and music producer, who made a pretty good name for himself in the Northern Soul scene. He's also a long-time fan of Doctor Who. He was an early campaigner for archiving Doctor Who, and was personally involved in the recovery of missing episodes (to this day he takes full credit for the recovery of The Daleks). During the 1980s he worked with JNT as the unofficial 'continuity consultant,' but he jumped ship when Turner stunt-cast Bonnie Langford as Mel. He claims to have, at least partly, written Attack of the Cybermen (though Eric Saward and Paula Woosley (the other apparent writers) deny he had any part in it) When the show got put on hiatus in 1985 he wrote and produced Doctor in Distress to raise awareness for the 'bring Who back' campaign. Since then he's been a vocal Who fan, particularly in the episode recovery community, where he constantly throws his weight about and demands recognition for his achievements, to the point where he insults and belittles others. He's also a reactionary type, which the internet-age makes 1000x worse.