Posted on October 31, 2007
Filed Under >Owais Mughal, Culture & Heritage, Disasters, TV, Movies & Theatre
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8 responses to “National Audio Archives Survive Radio Pakistan Fire Scare”

  1. Owais Mughal says:

    A letter to the editor in Nov 10, 2007’s Dawn on the same topic Here:

  2. Dr Ghulam Nabi Kazi says:

    Razi has a good point. Some years ago I went there to record an interview and felt that I was back in 1950. The authorities should invest more in such heritage protected buildings and make them museums and tourist resorts. Who listens to radio anyway. If you are in a car maybe you will listen to FM101. Nevertheless the archives are truly precious and remnant of an era that will never come back.

  3. Syed Fareed Ali says:

    Good idea to remove the historical items to a museum where they can be preserved and also people can see them. This should be done immediately