highlights
14872 Audio Programmes | 34 Program Languages | 44 Program Themes | 156 CR Stations | 56 CR Initiatives | and growing...

Signature Tune ( Telugu)   
 Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial

Signature tune of Community Radio Keshav Memorial. 

Literacy for economic empowerment and responsible citizenship (Telugu) ( Telugu)   
 Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial



This episode concentrates on economic empowerment, including how to set up a small business, for example through self-help groups or a bank loan. The episode also explains about systems of government and the need for responsible citizenship. This is episode 5 of the Sakshar Log, Swast Log series produced by CRF India for UNESCO.

Literacy for enhancing life skills (Telugu) ( Telugu)   
 Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial

This episode focuses on the enhancement of life skills. It reveals the importance of creative and critical thinking, and shows that by applying common sense one can improve one's situation in life. This is episode 3 of the Sakshar Log, Swast Log series produced by CRF India for UNESCO.

Literacy for Safe Motherhood (Telugu) ( Telugu)   
 Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial

Safe motherhood is the central theme of the second episode, focusing on early marriage and early pregnancy, which contribute to high rates of infant mortality. Through the story of Aarti, one of the young girls from the village, the importance of planning for a baby, a healthy pregnancy and safe delivery are revealed.

Literacy for healthy childhood (Telugu) ( Telugu)   
 Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial

Through dialogue and song, this episode addresses the importance of seeking treatment from qualified medical practitioners, the problems of child labour and the significance of schooling, and explains why it is crucial to keep the surrounding environment clean.    

Telugu

45 Programme(s)

Telugu is the official language of Andhra Pradesh and is also spoken in the Indian states of Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Pondicherry and Odisha. Telugu is the most spoken language of the Dravidian family and is written in Brahmi script. Telugu is heavily influenced by Sanskrit and Prakrit.