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Encyclopedia > Linda Green

Linda Green was a British television comedy-drama series that lasted for two seasons, screened in 2001 and 2002. The twenty half-hour episodes (ten in each season) were broadcast on BBC ONE and produced for the BBC by the independent Red Production Company.

The programme was focused on the life of the eponymous title character, a thirty-something woman who works as a car saleswoman by day and sings in a club at night. The programme follows her various trials and tribulations in love and her relationships with her friends.

The series was created by renowned television scripwriter Paul Abbott, and other writers to pen episodes included Daniel Brocklehurst, Catherine Johnson and Russell T. Davies. The Producer was Phil Collinson.

Linda was played by Liza Tarbuck, well-known as a television presenter rather than as an actress, although she had originally trained as such. Linda Green was her first regular starring role in a television series. Individual episodes attracted well-known guest stars, such as Christopher Eccleston, David Morrissey, Simon Pegg and Meera Syal.

Although quite popular in its first season, the series proved less so in its second, and it was not renewed again after the second run had come to an end.

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Excite - News (655 words)
Green, 54, has been in prison since last year for a term of up to five years after being convicted of bigamy.
Linda Kunz Green and her son Melvin, now 15, are expected to take the stand before Green is sentenced.
Green and the women appeared on Dateline, "Jerry Springer" and "48 Hours" and talked about how the children were cared for and their sleeping arrangements, giving a rare glimpse into the polygamist lifestyle.
Linda Kunz (1887 words)
Linda Kunz Green, age 28, the mother of six, hasn't changed in 14 years—she's still adorable, the picture of natural health and unafraid to speak her mind.
From studying her religion Linda knows who she is, where she came from, where she is going and is happy with her lot in life, except for the familial interference of government.
Linda wants to be a wife, mother and homemaker, a most noble occupation, and from this journalist's point of view, she's made an excellent start.
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