Was the castaway on BBC Radio's "Desert Island Discs" show. His luxury item was a Rolls Royce, his chosen book was Nevil Shute's "Beyond the Black Stump" and his selected record was Frank Sinatra's "My Way".
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Comedian who first appeared professionally aged 10 and became a comedian proper in 1928. His father was also a comedian called Jimmy Jewel, based in Yorkshire, and his cousin was Ben Warriss
with whom he often worked.