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Wednesday, September 7, 2016

If you heard it on the radio, it must be true..



 
Most of those who came to listen to Sir Mark Tully at the launch of Left Arm Spin, a collection of writings by Pradyot Lal, were driven by nostalgia for the good old days when radio ruled the airwaves. Until 1970, the year when black & white TV came to India and glued everyone to their sofas. In our childhood, All India.

Radio’s Yuva Vani, Radio Ceylon’s Hindi film music, Voice of America’s pop music and BBC’s World Service provided both education and entertainment. You tuned in at the appointed hour and tuned out an hour later. It didn’t need to be 24×7, it didn’t require you to sit transfixed in one place, and we had lives beyond the media..........

Source Credit and full story at : http://www.tehelka.com/2016/09/if-you-heard-it-on-the-radio-it-must-be-true/

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