Arts People L Linehan, Graham
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This category houses both professional and fan pages devoted to the Irish screenwriter, director and former music journalist, Graham Linehan.

Born 1968 in Dublin in Ireland.

Television work includes the UK produced sitcoms "Father Ted" (recipient of BAFTA awards in 1996 and 1999), "Black Books" (2001 winner of the BAFTA Situation Comedy Award), "Big Train" and "The IT Crowd".

Film work includes "The MatchMaker" (1997) and the 2003 short film "Hello Friend".

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Channel4.com - Graham Linehan and Dylan Moran
Interview concentrating on series 1 of "Black Books".
The Guardian - Funny, strange
Interview on the subject of "Black Books". Conducted by Maxton Walker.
Guardian: High Priest of Corn
Concise interview in which the writer discusses Mac ownership, and the general merits of the online world. Conducted by Hamish Mackintosh.
IMDb - Graham Linehan
Notable writing and directing credits, with a message board, links and details of awards won by the writer.
Wikipedia - Graham Linehan
Offers a concise career overview with links.
The Observer - Here's the Odd Couple of Comedy.
Interview examining the first series of "Black Books". By Tina Ogle. (September 17, 2000)
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