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14800 Audio Programmes | 34 Program Languages | 45 Program Themes | 156 CR Stations | 56 CR Initiatives | and growing...

People's voice ( Malayalam)   
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A local carpenter shares his practical knowledge gathered from his vast experience in the profession. In the process, he tells all the details that an ordinary person should know in the construction of a building.

The last leaf ( Malayalam)   
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Students from V. M girls' school present a radio play based on the story, "The Last Leaf", written by O'Henry. This is an inspiring radio play.

People's voice ( Malayalam)   
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Should the use of cell phones be banned in educational campuses? The students of Fatima College in Kollam debate on the issue. Is what we need a legal ban or an awareness for the judicious use of this gift of modern technology?

Ganitham Oru Sangeethampole ( Malayalam)   
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Mathematics has never been an easy subject for an average student. A local teacher attempted to convert the abstract concepts into concrete images through fables and songs so that learning mathematics through this technique will become not only easy but also entertaining. Here is a sample lesson from the original and creative method developed by this teacher.

I have a story ( Malayalam)   
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Traditional fishermen tell their stories and share their experiences. Poured out from their red-hot memories, these old time experiences are stories of courage in the face of disasters at sea, of poverty and want and of primitive fishing vessels and gear. The local dialect underlines the cultural uniqueness of the fishing folks.

I have a story - Memories of fishermen ( Malayalam)   
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Experience - Traditional fishermen tell their stories. Poured out from their red-hot memories, these old time experiences are stories of courage in the face of disasters at sea, of poverty and want and of primitive fishing vessels and gear. The local dialect underlines the cultural uniqueness of the fishing folks.

Survival ( Malayalam)   
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The will to live and a positive attitude will go a long way in the fight against cancer. Dr. Raghavaraj and Dr. Venukumar interact with a few cancer patients who braved to outwit the dreaded disease. The will to survive makes drugs more potent. The testimony will inspire hope to many.

Reflection: Gift obtained through surrender ( Malayalam)   
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'Culture' is a fable teaching us that true wisdom is a gift obtained through surrender and not a conquered prize. In inter-personal relationships as well as in man’s relationship with the world outside him, revelations are gifted to those who surrender in detachment.

Reflection: Farmer and land ( Malayalam)   
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A story of a farmer’s enduring relationship with his land in fortunes as well as in misfortunes. The vicissitudes of nature does not force him to abandon his land. His almost futile waiting for the rains is a search for nature’s unspoken grief.

Reflection: Neighbours ( Malayalam)   
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This is a reflection on the classical short film, “Neighbours” made by the celebrated Canadian film maker, Norman Mc’Laren. The cause of all conflict is man’s greed urging him to usurp what is common. When you love your neighbour, greed will disappear.

Malayalam

4777 Programme(s)

Malayalam is predominantly spoken in the southern state of Kerala. It is one of the languages in the 22nd schedule of Indian Constitution and is the official language of Kerala, Lakshadweep and parts of Pondicherry. Malayalam is also spoken in Sri Lanka