MARTIN ALLEN wrote the episode of Coronation Street going out on ITV1 on Friday 15th January at 8.30pm.
DAVID ASHTON wrote the last instalment of McLevy going out on BBC Radio 4 at 2.15pm.
ALAN AYCKBOURN's 1977 play Just Between Ourselves has been adapted by Gordon House for the Saturday 9th January Afternoon Play, going out on BBC Radio 4 at 2.30pm.
SARAH BAGSHAW wrote the episode of Emmerdale going out on ITV1 on Wednesday 13th January at 7pm.
CHRIS CHIBNALL wrote the episode of Law & Order UK going out on ITV1 on Monday 11th January at 9pm.
SARAH DANIELS wrote the abridged version of The Jonestown Letters going out on BBC Radio 4 at 2.15pm.
KRIS DYER and DAVE MARKS wrote the episode of On the Blog going out on BBC Radio 2 at 10pm on Thursday 14 th January.
ANDREA EARL wrote the Afternoon Play: Solace going out on BBC Radio 4 at 2.15pm.
JAN ETHERINGTON's first Comedy Writing Course for 2010 takes place on 30th/31st January. Limited numbers/special guest/great lunch . . . Details: www.comedycourse.biz, or call 0788 7907713.
PETER FLANNERY wrote the episode of Inspector George Gently going out on BBC1 on Wednesday 13th January at 8.30pm.
SIMON FRITH wrote next week's episodes of The Archers going out on BBC Radio 4. On Friday 15th January at 7pm, Mike dances his way out of trouble.
BILL GALLAGHER wrote the first episode of the new series of Lark Rise to Candleford, going out on BBC1 on Sunday 10th January at 8pm.
JULIA GILBERT wrote the episode of EastEnders going out on BBC1 on Monday 11th January at 8pm.
MARCUS GOODWIN wrote the episode of Doctors going out on BBC1 on Tuesday 12th January at 1.45pm.
HENRIETTA HARDY wrote the episode of Doctors going out on BBC1 on Thursday 14th January at 1.45pm.
ADRIAN HODGES wrote the episode of Survivors going out on BBC1 on Tuesday 12th January at 9pm.
JAN McVERRY wrote the episode of Coronation Street going out on ITV1 on Monday 11th January at 7.30pm.
GRAHAM MITCHELL wrote the episode of Holby City going out on BBC1 on Tuesday 12th January at 8pm.
SUE MOONEY wrote the episode of Emmerdale going out on ITV1 on Tuesday 12th January at 7pm.
OLLY PERKIN wrote the episode of Doctors going out on BBC1 on Friday 15th January at 1.45pm.
DAVID RENWICK is the subject of a British Film Institute season throughout January. There will be screenings at the BFI Southbank of episodes from Agatha Christie's Poirot, Jonathan Creek, One Foot in the Grave, One Foot in the Algarve and Whoops Apocalypse. In addition, he will give an illustrated career interview before the screening of Love Soup: There Must Be Some Way Out Of Here.
Part Two of VICTOR SCHONFELD's series One Planet: Animals & Us will be broadcast on the BBC World Service from Thursday 7th January and is also on ‘Listen Again’ . Part One - which looks at the use of animals for food and turns to experts in fields such as psychology, history, language and neurology to find out why humans seem so attracted to eating meat - can be found on ‘Listen Again’. Part Two focuses on the scientific establishment's attachment to using animals, and also concludes the series by considering the future: might ending the suffering of animals at human hands greatly benefit people, too? Both programmes will be permanently available from the BBC World Service Science page.
JOE TURNER wrote the episode of Coronation Street going out on ITV1 on Thursday 14th January at 8.30pm.
MARK WADLOW wrote the episode of Coronation Street going out on ITV1 on Monday 11th January at 8.30pm.
ED WHITMORE wrote the episode of Silent Witness going out on BBC1 on Thursday 14th January at 9pm.
JOY WILKINSON wrote the dramatisation of Towards Zero by Agatha Christie going out on BBC Radio 4 at 11.30am.