Ian Watson

Ian Watson may refer to:

  • Ian Watson (politician) (born 1934), Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons
  • Ian Watson (author) (born 1943), British science fiction author
  • Ian Watson (cricketer) (born 1947), British cricketer
  • Ian Watson (footballer) (born 1944), British footballer
  • Ian Watson (rugby league) (born 1976), Welsh rugby league footballer

Other articles related to "ian watson":

List Of Farscape Episodes - Episode List - Season 1 (1999–2000)
... in Aeryn mutating into a Pilot hybrid 10 ... "They've Got a Secret" Ian Watson Sally Lapiduss June 25, 1999 (1999-06-25) (US) February 21, 2000 (2000-02-21) (UK) #10110 While inspecting ... to avoid the madness that threatens them 14 ... "Jeremiah Crichton" Ian Watson Douglas Heyes, Jr ... Crichton but receive less than humane treatment 17 ... "Through the Looking Glass" Ian Watson David Kemper September 10, 1999 (1999-09-10) (US) April 10, 2000 (2000-04-10) (UK) #10117 Moya ...
Farscape Episodes - Episode List - Season 2 (2000–2001)
... who take part in a dangerous and life-threatening rite 4 ... "Crackers Don't Matter" Ian Watson Justin Monjo April 7, 2000 (2000-04-07) (US) July 17, 2000 (2000-07-17 ... with meat 8 ... "Dream a Little Dream" "ReUnion" Ian Watson Rockne S ... Zhaan was framed for murder 9 ... "Out of Their Minds" Ian Watson Michael Cassutt July 7, 2000 (2000-07-07) (US) September 4, 2000 (2000-09-04) (UK) #10209 After an attack by the Halosians, the ...
List Of Sea Change Episodes - Season 3
... Lewin Deb Cox Andrew Knight 19 November 37 ... "Love in the Time of Coleridge" Ian Watson Hannie Rayson Andrea Denholm 29 November 38 ... "To Thine Own Self Be ...
Ian Watson (cricketer)
... Ian Watson (born Teddington, Middlesex 1947) was an English cricketer ... Ian Watson played county cricket for Hampshire, Middlesex (1969) and Northamptonshire ...

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