Greenwood began her broadcasting career in 1984, presenting regional programmes for Granada Television. She then moved on to the BBC's Breakfast Time and later presented Streetwise for the Channel 4 Daily. She also presented the UK version of the short lived game show Love Me, Love Me Not in 1988, as well as the more successful BBC quiz for schoolchildren First Class, which aired on BBC1 from 1986 to 1988.
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