The "Golden Age of Radio" offered great opportunities for writers of all strengths.
Fledging writers could horn their skills writing "five minute mysteries" working their way up to 30 minute productions, then in time, perhaps full length movies.
Comedy paid the best and I suppose that's because not everyone could write comedy.
Quality comedy writers did the whole circuit: one year they'd be part of Jack Benny's crew, the next year Fred Allen. If they were really good, Cecil B. Demille might offer them a contract for one of his productions.
Anyway, I've written a basic 10 minute script we can use in this workshop for instructional purposes.
If someone has the time it would be helpful if he would produce then post the video.
Improvements are welcomed. Discussion heartily encouraged.
Here it is. Let's get busy.