Saturday, November 27, 2010

Work by Guild members in next seven days

RICHARD BURKE wrote the episode of Hollyoaks going out on C4 at 6:30pm on Monday 29th November.

ANNA CLEMENTS wrote the episodes of Hollyoaks going out on C4 at 6:30pm on Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd December.

DAVID CROFT and JIMMY PERRY co-wrote the episode of Dad's Army "Don't Forget the Diver" going out on BBC2 at 8:00pm on Saturday 27th November.

HELEN CROSS'S documentary drama Blue Eyed Boy goes out on Radio 4 at 2:15pm on Monday 2th November.

SIMON CROWTHER wrote the episode of Coronation Street going out on ITV1 at 7:30pm on Friday 3rd December.

MATT EVANS wrote the episodes of EastEnders going out on BBC1 at 8:00pm on Monday 29th and at 7:30pm on Tuesday 30th November.

Congratulations to MICHAEL FRAYN who received a nomination for the Costa Biography Award for his memoir of his father and his childhood, My Father's Fortune. Michael Frayn also was awarded the Writers' Guild Lifetime Achievement Award on Sunday.

JEREMY FRONT'S adaptation of A Charles Paris Mystery: Murder in the Title continues on Radio 4 at 11:30am on Monday 29th November.

ROB GITTINS wrote the episode of EastEnders going out on BBC1 at 8:00pm on Friday 3rd December.

CAROLINE HARRINGTON wrote the episodes of The Archers going out on Radio 4 at 7:00pm from Sunday 28th November till Friday 3rd December. Each episode is repeated at 2:00pm the day after its original broadcast.

JOHN KERR wrote the episode of Coronation Street going out on ITV1 at 8:00pm on Thursday 2nd December.

ROB KINSMAN wrote the episode of Doctors "Fault Lines" going out on BBC1 at 1:45pm on Friday 3rd December.

FRED LAWLESS has written this year's Christmas show for the Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool. Scouse Pacific open on Friday 26th November and runs until Saturday 8th January. More details at http://www.royalcourtliverpool.co.uk

PENNY LEICESTER'S abridgment of The End of the Alphabet goes out on Radio 4 at 2:15pm on Wednesday 1st December.

BILL LYONS wrote the episode of Emmerdale going out on ITV1 at 7:00pm on Wednesday 1st December.

Congratulations to JIMMY McGOVERN who won an International Emmy at a ceremony in New York this week for his drama series, The Street. The show also received a Best Actor award for Bob Hoskins for his role as a reformed alcoholic pub landlord who took a stand against a local gangster. In July 2009, Jimmy McGovern announced the programme was ending because of cuts to the Manchester drama department of ITV Studios, which made The Street for the BBC. He told BBC Radio 4's Front Row he would not take the drama to another producer.

GRAHAM MITCHELL wrote the episode of Holby City "Future Shock" going out on BBC1 at 8:00pm on Tuesday 30th November.

ALICE NUTTER and JIMMY McGOVERN co-wrote the episode of Accused "Helen's Story" going out on BBC1 at 9:00pm on Monday 29th November

TIM PRICE wrote the episode of EastEnders going out on BBC1 at 7:30pm on Thursday 2nd December.

DAMON ROCHEFORT wrote the episode of Coronation Street going out on ITV1 at 7:30pm on Monday 29th November.

DAVID STAFFORD co-wrote the episode of Hazelbeach going out on Radio 4 at 11:30am on Wednesday 1st December.

AMANDA WHITTINGTON's Paradise Place concludes this evening at 7.45 pm on BBC Radio 4. Paradise Place is a series of five linked plays, broadcasted every day this week in the Woman's Hour drama slot at 10.45 am and repeated at 7.45 pm. The five plays can be heard on the Listen Again part of the BBC website for up to seven days after the original broadcast: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00w5cwv

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