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Peter Whalley

Peter Whalley is the most prolific writer ever of Coronation Street with 601 episodes credited to him between March 1979 and February 2014 including three double episodes co-credited with other writers as well as two episodes of the spin-off Coronation Street - After Hours. Born in Colne, his first career before script-writing was an English teacher. In addition to the above credits, he has also scripted for Albion Market, Families, Angels, The Jury and Revelations. In 2009 he was given a lifetime achievement award at the British Soap Awards. He retired in November 2013.

Episodes written by Peter WhalleyEdit

1970sEdit

1979 (4 episodes)

1980sEdit

1980 (9 episodes)

1981 (9 episodes)

1982 (11 episodes)

1983 (12 episodes)

1984 (14 episodes)

1985 (11 episodes)

1986 (12 episodes)

1987 (13 episodes)

1988 (14 episodes)

1989 (19 episodes)

1990 (17 episodes)

1991 (19 episodes)

1992 (17 episodes)

1993 (17 episodes)

1994 (19 episodes)

1995 (16 episodes)

1996 (18 episodes)

1997 (27 episodes)

1998 (24 episodes)

1999 (21 episodes)

2000sEdit

2000 (22 episodes)

2001 (18 episodes)

2002 (20 episodes)

2003 (20 episodes)

2004 (20 episodes)

2005 (20 episodes)

2006 (22 episodes)

2007 (21 episodes)

2008 (19 episodes)

2009 (20 episodes)

2010sEdit

2010 (21 episodes)

2011 (16 episodes)

2012 (20 episodes)

2013 (16 episodes)

2014 (3 episodes)

Other Coronation Street related worksEdit

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