Ian Potter

[rugby league] Ian Potter is an English professional rugby league footballer of the 1970s and 80s who played at representative level for Great Britain, and England and at club level for Warrington, Leigh (twice), and Wigan as a second-row or loose forward. ==Playing career== Potter played at loose forward in Warrington`s 15-12 victory over ...
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Ian Potter

[writer] Ian Potter (born 1968 in Liverpool) is a UK-based writer and broadcaster, best known for a series of short stories in the Big Finish Short Trips Doctor Who fiction range. He has also written for the BBC Radio 4 series Front Row (radio), The Way It Is and Week Ending. ==Work== Until September 2006 Potter was a television curator at ...
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Ian Potter

Sir Ian Potter (25 August 1902{spaced ndash}24 October 1994) was an influential Australian businessman and philanthropist. The Ian Potter Foundation, which he established in 1964, has made large grants to dozens of research institutes, charities, universities and arts organisations. The Ian Potter Centre at Federation Square (part of the National ...
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