GUY JENKIN co-wrote Outnumbered, being aired on BBC1 on Saturday at 9.30pm.
MICHAEL RUSSELL wrote the "Mind Games" episode of A Touch of Frost showing on ITV1 on Saturday at 8.40pm.
ANN McMANUS and MAUREEN CHADWICK wrote (with Liz Lake) Sunday's instalment of Hope Springs, to be shown on BBC1 at 8pm.
SUSAN WILKINS wrote The Royal, going out on ITV1 on Sunday at 7pm.
PAULA MILNE wrote the drama Whatever It Takes, about the transience of modern celebrity, going out on ITV1 on Sunday at 9pm.
ROB KINSMAN wrote the "Toys" episode of Doctors being shown on BBC1 on Monday at 1.45pm.
SALLY ABBOTT wrote the episode of EastEnders being shown on BBC1 on Monday at 8pm.
JIMMY McGOVERN and ESTHER WILSON wrote the episode of The Street going out on BBC1 on Monday at 9pm.
PETER WHALLEY wrote the episode of Coronation Street going out on ITV1 on Monday at 7.30pm, while JONATHAN HARVEY wrote the one being aired at 8.30pm.
STEPHEN MOLLETT wrote the episode of Doctors being shown on Tuesday on BBC1 at 1.45pm.
EMILIA DI GIROLAMO wrote the episode of EastEnders going out on Tuesday on BBC1 at 7.30pm.
PETER LLOYD wrote the episode of Holby City being shown on Tuesday on BBC1 at 8pm.
PETER BOWKER's series Desperate Romantics continues on BBC2 on Tuesday at 9pm.
DAVID McDERMOTT wrote the episode of Emmerdale going out on ITV1 on Tuesday at 7pm.
TOM NEEDHAM wrote the "Die by the Sword" episode of The Bill being shown on ITV1 on Tuesday at 10.35pm.
MICHAEL AITKENS wrote the "Secrets and Spies" episode of Midsomer Murders going out on ITV1 on Wednesday at 8pm.
CHRISTOPHER REASON wrote the episode of EastEnders going out on BBC1 on Thursday at 7.30pm.
LISA HOLDSWORTH wrote the "Fresh Starts" episode of New Tricks being shown on BBC1 on Thursday at 9pm.
PAUL ROUNDELL wrote the episodes of Emmerdale going out on ITV1 on Thursday at 7pm and 8.30pm.
MATTHEW BARDSLEY wrote the "Cry Wolf" episode of The Bill being shown on ITV1 on Thursday at 9pm.
RICHARD BURKE wrote the episode of Hollyoaks going out on Channel 4 on Thursday at 6.30pm.
SIMON WARNE wrote the "Dolly Mixtures" episode of Doctors going out on BBC1 on Friday at 1.45pm.
CHRISTOPHER REASON wrote the episode of EastEnders being shown on BBC1 on Friday at 8pm.
LESLEY CLAIRE O'NEILL wrote the episode of Emmerdale being shown on ITV1 on Friday at 7pm.
MARTIN ALLEN wrote the episode of Coronation Street going out on ITV1 on Friday at 7.30pm, while MARK WADLOW wrote the one being shown at 8.30pm.
JESS LEA wrote the episode of Hollyoaks going out on Channel 4 on Friday at 6.30pm.
IAN POTTER wrote the Afternoon Play: Antimacassars and Ylang Ylang Conditioner, being aired on BBC Radio 4 on Monday at 2.15pm.
DAVID ASHTON wrote the Afternoon Play: McLevy, the Chosen One, being aired on BBC Radio 4 on Tuesday at 2.15pm.
MIKE HARRIS wrote the Friday Play: The Prospect, being aired on BBC Radio 4 on Friday at 9pm.
ROBERT FORREST's dramatisation of John Le Carre's The Spy Who Came in from the Cold concludes on Classic Serial: The Complete Smiley on BBC Radio 4 on Saturday at 9pm.
GRAHAM LESTER GEORGE, former Guild Chairman, wrote Washdays, a short film officially selected for the Rushes Soho Shorts Festival, and one of the finalists. It can be viewed as part of the Rushes Short Films programme at The Institute of Contemporary Arts on Saturday 25th and Wednesday 29 July at 9pm.
MIRANDA WALKER co-wrote the play Coronation, a comedy set in 1953, which will be performed at Cheltenham's Everyman Studio Theatre from
22nd-25th July. Box office: www.everymantheatre.org.uk
EMMA REEVES' adaptation of Carrie's War continues its run at the Apollo Shaftesbury.
TONY READ's latest book in his Baker Street Boys children's novels, The Case of the Haunted Horrors, was published on 6 July, by Walker Books. This is the sixth and final book in the series, which continues to sell well both in the UK and overseas, and has been translated into seven different languages.
SUE TEDDERN has three of her short stories read by Lynda Bellingham on BBC Radio 4 on Tuesday 28, Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 July from 3.30 to 3.45 pm. The stories, about three women who take a short but eventful trip in a mobile home, are written to mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of Jerome K. Jerome.