Radio: Gold Mine

Standing in a Manhattan bar one night last spring, Newsman Carey Wilber watched, with mounting amazement, the unfolding of a TV drama. When it was over, Wilber said to the bartender: "I can write stuff as good as that." The next day he bought a second-hand book entitled The Television Program. He read it on his way to Toronto, where he was working as a reporter on the Globe and Mail. Then he wrote a 30-minute TV script which was promptly bought by Armstrong Circle Theater. Last week another Wilber play, The Fire Below and the Devil Above, appeared on Kraft...

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