MARTIN ALLEN wrote the episode of Coronation Street going out on ITV1 at 7:00pm on Monday 31st May.
SEBASTIAN BACZKIEWICZ'S radio play Pilgrim goes out in four parts on Radio 4 with the first part, He Who Would Valiant Be, going out at 2:15pm on Monday 31st May.
RICHARD BURKE wrote the episode of Hollyoaks going out on C4 at 6:30pm on Tuesday 1st June.
CHRIS CHIBNALL wrote the episode of Doctor Who "Cold Blood" going out on BBC1 at 7:00pm on Saturday 29th May.
ANNA CLEMENTS wrote the episode of Hollyoaks going out on C4 at 6:30pm on Monday 31st May.
DAVID CROFT and JIMMY PERRY wrote the episode of Dad's Army "The Showing Up of Corporal Jones" going out on BBC2 at 6:30pm on Saturday 29th May.
MARY CUTLER wrote the episodes of The Archers going out on Radio 4 at 7:00pm from Sunday 30th May till Friday 4th June, with each episode being repeated the day after it's original broadcast.
KATIE DOUGLAS wrote the episode of Waterloo Road going out on BBC1 at 8:00pm on Wednesday 2nd June.
JIM ELDRIDGE has written the novelisation of Noel Clarke's new movie 4321, which is out in early June. The novel is published by Bloomsbury. In the same month Jim also has two new books out: Disgusting Dave and the Flesh-Eating Maggots published by Hachette-Hodder, this is the 2nd book in Jim's new Disgusting Dave series and Black Ops: Jungle Kill - the first in a new series of Action Adventure books for teenagers created and written by Jim, published by Egmont.
CHRIS EVANS wrote the episode of EastEnders going out on BBC1 at 8:00pm on Friday 4th June.
CHRIS FEWTRELL wrote the episode of Coronation Street going out on ITV1 at 9:00pm on Thursday 3rd June.
TOM GREEN'S new short play Is There Anything I Could Wear? will be performed at Theatre 503 on Monday 31st May as part of the Rapid Write Response to the play Madagascar by JT Rogers.
TONY GREEN wrote the episode of Hollyoaks going out on C4 at 6:30pm on Wednesday 2nd June.
JONATHAN HARVEY's new play Canary is on at the Hampstead Theatre from 19 May - 12 June. In 1960s Liverpool, two lovers hide in the closet, then are forced to go their separate ways. While pits close and dole queues grow, a couple of runaways find Heaven in 1980s London. In 2010, despite civil partnerships and an equal age of consent, the paparazzi chase a love story that could tear a family apart. Laced with surreal touches and pitch-black humour, Canary is an unflinching story about love, honesty and being brave enough to sing out www.hampsteadtheatre.com
Mercury Musical Development, with a grant from Arts Council England, has just commissioned six new 30-minute musicals (two each for the Watermill in Newbury, the Lowry in Manchester and the Jermyn Street Theatre in London). There were over 30 submissions. Three bookwriters from DAVID JAMES'S Book Music & Lyrics librettists workshop have (with their collaborators) received four of the six commissions.
NEIL McKAY co-wrote the episode of Dunkirk "Retreat" going out on BBC2 at 11:20pm on Tuesday 1st June.
JAN McVERRY wrote the episode of Coronation Street going out on ITV1 at 9:00pm on Monday 31st May.
LESLEY CLARE O'NEILL wrote the episode of Emmerdale going out on ITV1 at 6:30pm on Thursday 3rd June.
NINA RAPI'S new play Kiss the Shadow, directed by Anastasia Revi, is having a workshop production at Soho Theatre Studio, June 10th at 7.30.
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STEPHEN RUSSELL wrote the episode of Coronation Street going out on ITV1 at 9:00pm on Wednesday 2nd June.
DAVID STAFFORD co-wrote the dramatisation of Norman Birkett and the Case of the Coleford Poisoner going out on Radio 4 at 2:15pm on Tuesday 1st June.
JOE TURNER wrote the episode of Coronation Street going out on ITV1 at 9:00pm on Friday 4th June.
NICK WARBURTON dramatisation of The Snow Goose goes out on Radio 4 as part of the Neglected Classics series at 9:00pm on Saturday 29th May.
DOUGLAS WILKINSON co-wrote the episode of New Tricks "Spare Parts" going out on BBC1 at 9:00pm on Friday 4th June.