Came across an interesting interview on-line with screenwriter Walter Bernstein after reading some of his journalism work during World War Two.
It is a seven-part interview and the official link from The Archive of American Television can be found below...
Walter Bernstein was interviewed for three-and-a-half hours at his home in New York, NY. Bernstein discussed openly about being listed in "Red Channels" in 1950. Despite being blacklisted and the pressure by the FBI, Bernstein wrote under pseudonyms for shows including Danger, Charlie Wild, Private Eye, You Are There, and David Susskind's The Prince and the Pauper.
Once his name was cleared, he wrote many movies including, Fail Safe, The Front, and the Emmy award-winning Miss Evers’ Boy s. The interview was conducted by Sunny Parich on April 20, 1998.
Here is Part One found on YouTube: