RANCES BRODY'S crime novel Dying in the Wool, A Kate Shackleton Mystery, will be published in paperback by Piatkus on 1st October. Visit www.frances-brody.com for details. There is a lunchtime signing at Waterstone's, Albion Street, Leeds on Friday 23rd October and a talk and signing at Waterstone's, Bradford Wool Exchange, on Thursday 29th October at 6.30 p.m.
AMELIA BULLMORE'S radio series Craven begins on Radio 4 at 7:45pm on Monday 28th September
ANNA CLEMENTS wrote the episode of Hollyoaks going out on C4 at 6:30pm on Friday 2nd October.
KATE DELIN wrote the episode of Doctors "Wake Up Call" going out on BBC1 at 1:45pm on 28th September.
TIM DYNEVOR wrote the episodes of Emmerdale going out on ITV1 at 7:00pm and 8:00pm on Thursday 1st October.
RACHEL FLOWERDAY wrote the episodes of EastEnders going out on BBC1 at 7:30pm on Thursday 1st and at 8:00pm on Friday 2nd October.
JEREMY FRONT'S dramatisation of fellow guild member SIMON BRETT'S A Charles Paris Mystery: the Dead Side of the Mic concludes on Radio 4 at 11:30pm on Wednesday 30th September.
CHRISSIE GITTINS'S first children's poetry collection Now You See Me, Now You... is now available to buy on Amazon (isbn 9780954328801). The book was shortlisted for the CLPE Poetry Award. It includes two Belmont Poetry Prize winning poems and twenty five credits for poems which have been anthologised. Sample poems and illustrations can be found on the children's poetry page of my website www.chrissiegittins.co.uk
TONY GREEN wrote the episode of Hollyoaks going out on C4 at 6:30pm on Wednesday 30th September.
ANDREW HOLDEN co-wrote the episode of Waking the Dead "End Game" going out on BBC1 at 9:00pm on Sunday 27th September.
JULIE JONES wrote the episode of Coronation Street going out on ITV1 at 8:30pm on Thursday 1st October.
JOHN KERR wrote the episode of Coronation Street going out on ITV1 at 8:30pm on Monday 28th September.
NICK KING wrote the episode of Doctors "The Black Widow" going out on BBC1 at 1:45pm on Tuesday 29th September.
ROB KINSMAN wrote the episode of Doctors "Nobody" going out on BBC1 at 1:45pm on Friday 2nd October.
ANDREW KIRK wrote the episode of Emmerdale going out on ITV1 at 7:00pm on Tuesday 29th September.
CAROLINE MITCHELL wrote the episode of Emmerdale going out on ITV1 at 7:00pm on Wednesday 30th September.
ROLAND MOORE created the period drama series Land Girls and wrote the episode Codes of Honour going out on BBC1 at 6:10pm on Sunday 27th September.
P.G. MORGAN won the Emmy for Outstanding Writing in Documentary for the HBO/BBC film ROMAN POLANSKI : WANTED AND DESIRED. The award was shared with director Marina Zenovich and editor Joe Bini.
DAVID NOBBS'S radio comedy The Maltby Collection concludes on Radio 4 at 11:30am on Monday 28th September.
SHARON OAKES wrote the episode of Doctors "Billy Boy" going out on BBC1 at 1:45pm on Thursday 1st October.
HOWARD OVERMAN wrote the episode of Merlin "The Once and Future Queen" going out on BBC1 at 6:40pm on Saturday 26th September.
COLIN WAKEFIELD will be reading from his Verse History of England at an event organised by Poet in the City entitled HEROES AND HEROINES at the National Portrait Gallery on National Poetry Day, Thursday October 8th, at 7:00pm. (www.poetinthecity.co.uk) (www.npg.org.uk/events)
SUE WALKER has her fourth psychological thriller, The Burning, published by Penguin, coming out on October 1st. Set in Edinburgh, it centres around a couple, Rowan and Murray Shaw, and their new home. All seems well until Rowan discovers that the house has a dark past. Forty years earlier, Murray’s school friend lived in the house – until his shocking death in an unexplained arson attack. So, what has drawn Murray back to the scene of such terrible memories and what else is he hiding from his wife? Soon, Rowan finds herself investigating her husband's dark past, wherever it may lead....
LAURA WATSON wrote the episode of EastEnders going out on BBC1 at 8:00pm on Monday 28th September.
VICTORIA WOOD's play Talent is being revived at the Menier Chocolate Factory in London SE1 until 14th November(Box Office 020 7907 7060). Set in the world of a talent contest, it was her breakthrough play, first performed at the Sheffield Crucible in 1978.