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The Day Today
He's also in a edition of The Day Today, in the "Sorted" section.
Removed the phrase "family friendly"; most episodes are unsuitable for under-12s.
Linehan's quote that the show "contains no strong language or violence" presumably implies that any swearing or violence is mild (e.g. "I've got shit on my face!") rather than strong (i.e. "fuck"). Most of the first series episodes received BBFC 12 certificates (although the DVD had a 15 certificate, presumably down to extras). Mrstonky 04:22, 26 August 2007 (UTC)
Year of birth
Added category- Irish atheists. Reference- article from Graham Linehan's blog, last line, "I think it’s a bad moment for atheists. We don’t come out of this one smelling good at all." IrishPete (talk) 04:48, 25 March 2009 (UTC)
List of TV/film/stage scripts?
Most of Linehan's written output has been TV/film/stage scripts. As a writer, he is primarily a dramatist. But such work have no heading under his works in the article. Anybody? Martin Rundkvist (talk) 08:28, 26 September 2013 (UTC)