Do you use listen to Radio programs even today?In my childhood, Radio was the only source of entertainment in the house. When I was very small, we used to have an ECKO brand radio made by Britain. At that time, to renew the license for the radio, the customers had to pay Rs 10 or 20 annually to the postal department. Later this renewal of the license was stopped. After that, we bought a big Bush company radio and it worked for many years. To receive signals of the station we used to have a long copper mesh aerial that had to be hung outside or inside the house. I used to listen to commentary on cricket matches, film songs, dramas, audio movies, news etc. on the radio. Later Vividhbharathi came and it increased the importance of radio sets. By that time battery run transistors became popular. We bought Philips transistor for our home. I bought a pocket transistor when I joined a job at the beginning. Once the TV entered into our life the Radio slowly faded away. But now and then I like to switch on the radio on my mobile. Members, what are your experiences with the radio?