question of the day: 50 years of Bond, Beatles, and Doctor Who: coincidence or something in the water in early 60s Britain?
This year marks the 50th anniversary of James Bond movies and Beatles music. Next year will see the half-century mark for Doctor Who on television. Three huge icons from across the pop culture spectrum were born in the early 1960s in Britain. Is that merely a fluke of fate? Or was there something in the air a generation after World War II that prompted the flowering of a brand of enduring creativity that continues to speak to audiences today?
50 years of Bond, Beatles, and Doctor Who: coincidence or something in the water in early 60s Britain?
Curious to hear your thoughts…
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