The winners of the 2009 Writers' Guild of Great Britain Awards were announced earlier this evening at an event in at the Freeword Centre in London.
Photos by Simon Denton for WGGB.
The winners were:
Television comedy / light entertainment: Outnumbered, by Guy Jenkin and Andy Hamilton
Television drama series: Being Human, by Toby Whithouse
Television soap / continuing series: Coronation Street, episodes written by Carmel Morgan, Chris Fewtrell, Damon Rochefort, David Bowker, David Lane , Debbie Oates, Jan McVerry, Jayne Hollinson, Joe Turner, John Kerr, Jonathan Harvey, Julie Jones, Lucy Gannon, Mark Burt, Mark Wadlow, Martin Allen , Martin Sterling, Peter Whalley, Simon Crowther, Stephen Bennett (Pictured: Chris Fewtrell, Simon Crowther, Mark Wadlow, Joe Turner, Jan McVerry, Jonathan Harvey)
Television short form drama: Criminal Justice by Peter Moffat
Feature film screenplay: Hunger, by Steve McQueen and Enda Walsh
Feature film screenplay newcomer: Shifty, by Eran Creevy
Theatre play: At the Gates of Gaza, by Juliet Gilkes Romero
Theatre play for children and young people: Scarlet Ribbons, by Brendan Murray
Radio comedy / light entertainment: 15 Minute Musicals, by Dave Cohen, Richie Webb and David Quantick and
Radio drama: The Gunshot Wedding, by Katie Hims
Video games: Prince of Persia, by Andrew S Walsh
Outstanding contribution to children's writing: Sir Terry Pratchett
Lifetime achievement: Andrew Davies
Update: Here's a report on the Awards from BBC News.