Repositories
It was in 1928 the Indian Broadcasting Company, in Bombay,began publishing a programme journal Indian Radio Times, in English, giving the programmes of Bombay and Calcutta Stations. With the inauguration of  the Indian Broadcasting Services,it was taken over by the Government of India and was published weekly under a new name The Indian Listener. On 5 January 1958 the journal was renamed Akashvani. At present the journal was published every week - ten days in advance of the period to which the programmes relate
AWAZ (URDU)
The journal Awaz was started in January 1936 to supply the public in advance programmes of the Delhi station in two principal scripts,viz., Div Nagri and Persian. As the duplication of programme in two scripts was found to be wasteful, the journal was split up in July 1938 and published as two editions Sarang (nowA kashvani (Hindi) and Awaz (Urdu).These two journals,also are published fortnightly, l0 days in advance, of the period to which the programmes relate. The publication of Akashvani English, Hindi, Awaz (Urdu) and Vanoli (Tamil) has since been discontinued and office of the Akashvani Group of Journals closed down with effect from 1.4.1987
Documents
(INDIA'S PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTER)
PRASAR BHARATI
BETAR JAGATH   (BENGALI)
 
Betar Jagat' a radio magazine in Bengali was published by the 'Indian Broadcasting Company' during 1927. It contained details of advanced programme schedules & various articles, short stories, plays, poems , radio scripts & listeners letters. The magazine became immensely popular and continued to be published till 1980s.
VANOLI (TAMIL)
Vanoli a radio magazine in Tamil was published by the AIR Madras in 1958. Each issue of Vanoli covered the programmes relating to a fortnight - one issue for the period 1st to 15th and the second for the period 16th to 30th/31st of the month. It gave detailed information on the programmes for Chennai A and Chennai B, Tirchy and Pondicherry .These journal ceased publication on 01-04-1987.
VAANI  (TELUGU)
Vaani a radio magazine in Telugu was published by the AIR Madras in 1958. Vaani  was discontinued after six issues, but was restarted on May 22 1949. Each issue of Vaani covered the programmes relating to a fortnight - one issue for the period 1st to 15th and the second for the period 16th to 30th/31st of the month. It gave detailed information on the programmes for Chennai A and Chennai B, Tirchy and Pondicherry .These journal ceased publication on 01-04-1987.
AKASHVANI SANGEETH SAMMELAN
Akashvani Sangeeth Sammelan is an  important milestone in All India Radio's march towards a new musical awakening in the country. The primary object of this Sammelan is to give the public a true representation of the very best that Indian Music has to offer and also to provide our Artists a country vide platform. Akashvani Sangeet Sammelan is first started in the year 1954.
It was in 1928 the Indian Broadcasting Company, in Bombay, began publishing a programme journal Indian Radio Times, in English, giving the programmes of Bombay and Calcutta Stations. But for a break in February 1930, the fortnightly continued uninterruptedly till January 1936. when, with the inauguration of  the Indian Broadcasting Services, it was taken over by the Government of India and was published weekly under a new name The Indian Listener.
AKASHVANI
INDIAN LISTENER