I wondered why we were getting traffic from this board, now I know!
I understand the difficulty in getting scripts read. As a small company, we've usually got our heads down trying to make the programmes we've been commissioned for and with the modest level of radio budgets, it's important to keep busy.
That said, I've read every script so far passed to me (and I MUCH prefer emailed scripts rather than stuff sent in the post) and where I think suitable, I pass on either to Dirk Maggs, who you may know from some of his radio comedy work, or our MD.
The real difficulty is not so much getting past us, but getting the BBC to commission it given the very small amount of commissioning available to the independent companies.
That all said, we've a show that starts on Radio 2 at the end of this month, The Adventures of Sexton Blake, and that was written by two writers who approached us out of the blue. One has professional writing experience, but not the other and neither had written for radio before. Through blackmail, alcohol and a corseted rabbit, we managed to get it commissioned.
What I'm personally interested in is getting aspiring radio writers and producers to make contact with each other and people actually making programmes, either through our forum (which is quiet at the moment although I've put up some articles) or via boards like this.
Sorry, long reply, hope it's of some use.