For your first radio play, try to keep the number of characters to less than three. More than three characters can be quite cumbersome for a first timer.
NARRATOR: Francis is about to swing as an elderly gentleman approaches from the woods behind him. Donal’ is costumed in a kilt circa 1890-1900. He speaks with a heavy Scottish accent, but can be clearly understood. He carries a primitive golf club. He is searching for his ‘featherie’.
Vignette 5: Lights down. End Act I, Scene One, Act I, Scene Two Hole No. 1 ― 376 Yards, Par 4. Francis and Donal’ are standing on the First Tee. Francis, his mouth agape, is overwhelmed by the perceived difficulty of the first tee.
In my case, in order to get my story on the radio, I have at least two episodes in store for me, with 67 Vignettes. Time will tell.