Writing for radio
I’ve said before that ideas come to me as entire stories, already packaged, with visuals and with sound, delivered to my brain as a finished product. This made it fairly easy for me to write for radio. I can hear stories, and I know what sounds and which music can properly bring my stories to life.
Years ago, when I learned that CBC Radio was interested in new contributors, I called up the producer and introduced myself. When she asked what radio experience I had, I said, “None, but I know how to talk.” It was enough, by the end of that 15-minute phone call, to convince her to give me a try.
Here are the pieces I wrote and read for broadcast. Radio was a lot of fun. I would do it again in the blink of an eye.
- What it’s like to get fired – CBC Radio One
- Do you really need a pre-nup – CBC Radio One
- Voting as a new Canadians – CBC Radio One
- What’s good about dog food – CBC Radio One
- What’s love got to do with pizza – CBC Radio One
- What’s new in shaving – CBC Radio One