The Lux Radio Theater mainly brought Broadway shows and movies to the radio. Lux was a big soap brand said to be used by all the biggest stars, like, say, the stars that were on the programs, of course.
Here's what she had to say on one Lux program:
"You know, at heart I’m really an incurable romanticist. Believe it or not, I believe real love comes only once in a lifetime; all your other little loves are just false alarms. Life, after all, is like a poem. The most important thing about it is not that it should be long; it should be beautiful and interesting and that’s what love makes it. I don’t believe that a man’s heart or a woman’s either should curl up like a cat and go fast asleep after 40. There’s no reason you shouldn’t have love, companionship and romance as long as you live. But seek it with somebody of your own generation. Someone who speaks your own language and sings your own songs and doesn’t expect you to dance the big apple when you’re only gaited to a waltz. You know the real problem nowadays is not how to get a husband but how to hold on to him after you’ve got him. To find your mate, that is luck. To know him when you find him, that’s inspiration. To win when you know him, that is art. To hold him when you love him, that is a life work.