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Linda is an award winning independent producer/executive producer of 20 drama series, 6 TV movies and 16 feature films. A co-founder of Red Rooster Film and TV Entertainment which she established when she was 23, the company became one of the most prolific and respected independent drama production companies in the UK, with 18 full-time employees, its own distribution arm, and a joint-venture company with actor/writer Jimmy Nail that produced CROCODILE SHOES for the BBC. Red Rooster was acquired by Chrysalis Plc in 1994 with Linda remaining as Chief Executive until 1998, when she left to float a new film and television production and sales company, Alibi Communications Plc, on AIM, and where she ran the TV division for 5 years.  She went on to run the Wales Creative IP Fund for Finance Wales and was contracted on an annual basis to investment and portfolio manage all aspects of the £12m fund, continuing until it was fully invested in April 2011. Investments included ‘HUNGER’ (Steve McQueen/Enda Walsh), ’SUBMARINE’ (Richard Ayoade) and ’SKELLIG' (Annabel Jankel/David Almond).  


Linda returned to front-line producing in 2015 setting up Sly Fox Productions to develop and produce TV drama under a collaboration agreement with Acorn TV.  Their first drama series, QUEENS OF MYSTERY, screened on Acorn TV in the USA in April 2019 to great critical acclaim and an Emmy-nomination for Juliet Stevenson, with a second series following in 2021.


In January 2019 Linda was appointed to the Production Board of the UK's National Theatre.  She is also a trustee of the National Film and Television School (NFTS), and a board member of the cultural agency, Screen South. She has sat on juries for the International Emmy's, BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts), Women in Film, and the RTS (Royal Television Society) - as well as being nominated and honoured by all these organisations for many of her own productions.


After a short stint as researcher on BBC Radio 4's BOOKSHELF, Tim joined the drama department at Yorkshire Television, where he edited and wrote over 200 episodes of EMMERDALE FARM.  He stayed at Yorkshire for 8 years before going to Thames Television as senior script editor on THE BILL. While at Thames, he co-created the multi award-winning BETWEEN THE LINES for the BBC and script edited two series of A TOUCH OF FROST.


Tim worked for Red Rooster from '94-7, script editing WYCLIFFE, producing WILDERNESS and creating WITHOUT MOTIVE, which ran for two series in 2000/2001. He became Executive Producer at United, where produced/edited/co-wrote IN THE NAME OF LOVE, exec. produced THE INNOCENTS, INSPECTOR WEXFORD, THE TURN OF THE SCREW, the first series of HORNBLOWER and AN UNSUITABLE JOB FOR A WOMAN. After the Granada takeover of United, Tim remained at ITV and produced and wrote for THE LAST DETECTIVE, which ran for four series, and set up and exec. produced WILLIAM AND MARY, which ran for three series.


After leaving ITV at the end of 2008, Tim worked as a freelance script editor/writer/producer before joining Left Bank Pictures where he worked as editor, co-writer and co-exec. producer on series III & IV of STRIKEBACK. 



Savannah joined Sly Fox as a development executive in 2016, having previously worked in development at Starfield Productions, the company of British producer, Paul Raphael, where her work saw her credited as Associate Producer on Rachel Hiron's directorial debut, 'A Guide To Second Date Sex' staring George Mackay and Alexandra Roach. 


She was associate producer on the first series of Queens of Mystery - and went on to  produce Series Two.  


In 2017 Savannah was selected for BFI Flare Festival's mentorship scheme - as one of six British LGBTQ+ talents to watch. She was shortlisted for 2019 Edinburgh TV Festival's 'Ones to Watch', and named as a ‘ Film London Lodestar’ in their 2020 list of the most exciting emerging talent in the capital. 

She is a co-founder of joint venture Teen Club, dedicated to producing fun, joyful queer content for 16-25 year old audiences. Teen Club was a Pact Future 30 company, and a BBC Small Indies Fund recipient in 2023. Their first project was a short form series, 'Life in Love' for ITVX and Woo which launched in 2022.


She maintains her own feature slate, most recently producing 'Layla' the debut of Amrou Al-Kadhi, with F4, BFI and Significant Productions, and she has further projects in development with Working Title, Film4, BFI and The Bureau. 

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