The collection consists of two scripts
for United Nations Radio Dramas written by American writer Norman Corwin during the Golden
Age of Radio. The first script, "Could Be," which was also produced by Corwin, first aired
in September of 1949 and starred Martin Gabel. The second script, "The Charter in the
Saucer," aired in October of 1955 and starred Laurence Olivier.
Norman Corwin, born on May 3rd, 1910, was an American writer best known for his work
writing and producing radio programs during the Golden Age of Radio in the 1930s and
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