Jayne Hollinson first worked on Coronation Street in August 1990 as a storyliner (then termed a "story associate") for 9 episodes. She joined the writing team in 2001 and has contributed 235 episodes, five of them co-credited with Mark Wadlow, Martin Allen, Mark Burt, Ian Kershaw and Susan Oudot. Jayne also scripted the online spin-off Just Rosie in 2011.

She also wrote five episodes of popular ITV prison drama Bad Girls, one episode of Heartbeat, as well as being a regular writer on Channel 5 soap opera Family Affairs for two years. Her first stage play, a comedy called Ag Nik (1989), won a North West Playwrights Award and was later adapted for BBC Radio 4, broadcast as Ouzo In Ag Nik in 1991. Jayne was writer-in-residence at the Library Theatre in Manchester in 1992-93, and worked as a freelance storyliner for daytime soap Families. She also worked on the children's drama series Three Seven Eleven for Granada Television, both storylining and scriptwriting. Her radio play Family Affairs was produced by Biteback Productions for Radio 4 in 1998.

Episodes storylined by Jayne Hollinson

1990 (9 episodes)

Episodes written by Jayne Hollinson


2001 (14 episodes)

2002 (13 episodes)

2003 (14 episodes)

2004 (12 episodes)

2005 (9 episodes)

2006 (13 episodes)

2007 (13 episodes)

2008 (14 episodes)

2009 (15 episodes)


2010 (15 episodes)

2011 (14 episodes)

2012 (14 episodes)

2013 (11 episodes)

2014 (14 episodes)

2015 (9 episodes)

2016 (9 episodes)

2017 (8 episodes)

2018 (9 episodes)

2019 (9 episodes)


2020 (6 episodes)

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