Saturday, November 06, 2010

Work by Guild members in next seven days

RAY BROOKING wrote the episode of Doctors "Tiny Whispers" going out on BBC1 at 1:45pm on Friday 5th November.

JANE BUSSMANN is performing Bussmann's Holiday: The Worst Date Ever at the Tabernacle, Notting Hill, London on 7th and 8th December and on 14th December at The Houses of Parliament, Grand Committee Room, Westminster, London.

PAUL COATES wrote the episodes of Hollyoaks going out on C4 at 6:30pm on Wednesday 10th, Thursday 11th and Friday 12th November.

DAVID CROFT and JIMMY PERRY co-wrote the episode of Dad's Army "No Spring for Frazer" going out on BBC2 at 8:00pm on Saturday 6th November.

SIMON CROWTHER wrote the episode of Coronation Street going out on ITV1 at 8:30pm on Monday 8th November.

JAMES DANIEL has written his first children’s book, The Pickle-Smith Trunk-Warmer – a schoolboy inventor’s tale stuffed with brainy ideas, skiing elephants and warty jungle trolls. Illustrated by Gavin Brearey, the book is published by EarthMonkey Media. See

CLIVE DAWSON'S screenplay The Animators, in development at Qwerty Films, was voted on to the Ruby Films/BBC Films Brit List of best unproduced screenplays written this year.

MAUREEN DUFFY'S play Sappho Singing, starring Jackie Skarvellis, is on at Teatro Technis, 26 Crowndale Road, NW1 1TT from 16th till 20th November at 8:00pm (matinee at 2:30pm on Saturday) and at The White Bear, 138 Kennington Park Road, SE11 4DJ on 28th November at 8:30pm and on 29th at 7:30pm. Book tickets at and

ANDREW ELLARD'S radio sitcom pilot I'm Not With Him is now available - free! iTunes: Direct:

FIONA EVANS' play The Price of Everything is on from 28th October till 13th November with The Stephen Joseph Theatre Company Westborough, Scarborough, YO11 1JW. Tickets cost between £10 and £20 with student tickets just £7 and can be booked by calling the Box Office on 01723 370541 or online at

LISA EVANS' play The Day The Waters Came will be on at Takeoff Festival on 12th November and at The Drum, Plymouth from 23rd-27th November.

JULIAN FELLOWES wrote the episode of Downton Abbey going out on ITV1 at 9:00pm on Sunday 7th November.

RACHEL FLOWERDAY wrote the episode of Casualty "Hands On" going out on BBC1 at 8:40pm on Saturday 6th November.

ADRIAN FLYNN wrote the episodes of The Archers going out on Radio 4 at 7:00pm from Sunday 7th till Friday 12th November. Each episode is repeated at 2:00pm the day following its original broadcast.

JEREMY FRONT'S dramatisation of A Charles Paris Mystery: Cast in Order of Disappearance concludes on Radio 4 at 11:00pm on Thursday 11th November.

ROB GITTINS wrote the episode of EastEnders going out on BBC1 at 8:00pm on Monday 8th November.

PIPPA HINCHLEY is the runner-up in the nextventertainment competition in L.A. with her Victorian, supernatural love story feature: One White Crow.

JULIE JONES wrote the episode of Coronation Street going out on ITV1 at 8:30pm on Thursday 11th November.

RICHARD McBRIAN co-wrote the episode of Spooks going out on BBC1 at 9:00pm on Monday 8th November.

NICHOLAS McINERNY has a play-reading of Lazyeye coming up at the Tristan Bates Theatre, the Actors Centre, WC2H 9NP on Thursday 11th November at 4:00pm.

JAN McVERRY wrote the episode of Coronation Street going out on ITV1 at 7:30pm on Friday 12th November.

CAROLINE MITCHELL wrote the episodes of Emmerdale going out on ITV1 at 7:00pm on Thursday 11th November.

JONATHAN MYERSON'S Number Ten continues on Radio 4 at 2:15pm on Monday 8th November.

DAVID NOBBS co-wrote the episode of Reggie Perrin going out on BBC1 at 9:30pm on Thursday 11th November.

JANE PEARSON wrote the episode of Emmerdale going out on ITV1 at 7:00pm on Friday 12th November.

CLIVE WOOLLANDS has had his first book Blood Moon published under the pseudonym Robert H. Tempest. It is available for uploading as an ebook for £4.37 and in paperback for £6.88.

GRAHAM WOOLNOUGH'S one-man play Tea with the Old Queen, based on the fictional diaries of William Tallon. The production runs from 23rd November to 27th November at 8:00pm at the Old Sorting Office, 49 Station Road, Barnes Green, London SW13 0LF. Tickets are £9.50 (conc. £8.50), Box office: 02088769885.

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