In addition to the works listed on AustLit, Patricia Hooker also wrote the following works:
- 'Out of Mind' an episode of Counterstrike (1969), a ten-episode science-fiction television series, some episodes of which were directed by Henri Safran (who had previously worked with Hooker at the ABC) and Viktors Ritelis (a Latvian-born director who later settled and worked in Australia).
- three episodes ('Call Her Sensitive', 'Call Her Serious', and 'Moonlight and Roses') of Kate (1971-1973), a Yorkshire Television series about an agony-column writer who gets involved with the desperate people who write to her.
- two episodes of Harriet's Back in Town (1972-1973), a Thames Television series created by fellow Australian Peter Yeldham, then working in England.
- a 1973 episode ('Murder Most Foul') of the long-running 'true crime' series Crown Court (1972-1984).
- an episode of the short-lived The Carnforth Practice (1974), a series dealing with the life of a solicitor in a small village in the Lake District.
- two episodes of the long-running series Six Days of Justice (1972-1975), one in 1973 and one in 1975.
- three episodes in 1975 of Rooms (1974-1977), a drama series concerning the various lodgers who drift through a boarding house.
- three episodes of the long-running series Angels (1975-1983), written between 1975 and 1976.
- two 1980 episodes of The Gentle Touch (1980-1984), a crime drama centring on DI Maggie Forbes.
In the late 1980s, Hooker was producing a number of scripts for Radio 4 in England, working across its various formats. Her works included:
- Survival (originally by John Wyndham, dramatised by Pat Hooker), which aired as an instalment of Fear on 4 in March 1989.
- Right Ho, Jeeves (originally by P.G. Wodehouse, dramatised by Pat Hooker), which aired as an instalment of Comedy Classics in April 1989.
- Seven Against Reeves (originally by Richard Aldington, dramatised by Pat Hooker), which aired as part of Saturday Night Theatre in November 1989.