A pleasant satire on radio with good performances from the stars, especially O'Brien, who seemed to have been directed by Howard Hawks, rather than Ray Enright. O'Brien is the catalyst and sails through his scenes with aplomb. He's an agent who finds singing waiter Powell and plans to make
him the next big radio star. Powell has trouble with "mike fright," though, and that has to be worked out. Meanwhile, Rogers is a radio star who has just lost her own weekly program and she helps Powell get over his problem. By the end of the film, Powell and Rogers (who was on loan from RKO) have
become the darlings of the airwaves. Lots of pointed humor about the radio business...