Radio Pakistan


Radio Pakistan

Infobox Network
name = Radio Pakistan

country = PAK
network_type = Radio network
available = Regional International
owner = Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation
key_people =
launch_date = August 14, 1947
past_names = Indian Broadcasting Service
website = [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Official website] |

Radio Pakistan is the official international broadcasting station of Pakistan.

Radio Pakistan was able to start its external services on regular basis on 1949. As Pakistan is strategically located and is a close neighbor of China, India, Middle Eastern countries and Central Asia, it is necessary to use Radio Pakistan and its external services as an instrument to project the country's policies in true perspective so that a message of peace and friendship is disseminated to the world specially to its neighbors.

The programmes of External Services are so designed as to project Pakistan's view point on domestic and foreign policy issues. Another special aim of these services is to disseminate knowledge about the art, culture, history, values and way of life of its people among foreign listeners in order to generate feelings of friendship, goodwill and mutual understanding which help create an environment of peace and tranquility and make co-existence possible in the region. They broadcast in 16 languages: English, Chinese, Dari, Pushto, Hazaragi, Persian, Hindi, Gujarati, Tamil, Sinhala, Nepali, Turki, Russian, Turkish, Arabic, and Bangla.

Radio Pakistan continues to broadcast programmes which promote relations between Pakistan and organizations of which Pakistan is the member.

Famous Newsreaders of Radio Pakistan

* Jehan Ara Saeed
* Eric Warner
* Rizwan Wasti
* Aslam Azhar
* Edward Carrapiett
* Anis Mirza
* Anita Ghulamali

Regional and International Stations

World Service

* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/worldservice.htm Frequency Schedule For World / External Services]

Islamabad Capital Territory

* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 585 khz Islamabad]
* [http://www.fm101.gov.pk/ FM101 Islamabad]

indh

* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 828 khz Karachi]
* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 1008 khz Hyderabad]
* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan FM 101 Larkana]
* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 927 Khairpur]
* [http://www.fm101.gov.pk/ FM101 Karachi]
* [http://www.fm101.gov.pk/ FM101 Hyderabad]

Punjab

* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 1080 KHZ Lahore]
* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 1260 KHZ Rawalpindi] * [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 1152 KHZ Rawalpindi]
* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 1035 KHZ Multan]
* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 1341 KHZ Bahawalpur]
* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 1476 KHZ Faisalabad (Lyallpur)]
* [http://www.fm101.gov.pk/ FM101 Lahore]
* [http://www.fm101.gov.pk/ FM101 Rawalpindi]
* [http://www.fm101.gov.pk/ FM101 Faisalabad (Lyallpur)]
* [http://www.fm101.gov.pk/ FM101 Sialkot]
* [http://www.fm101.gov.pk/ FM101 Sargodha]
* [http://www.fm101.gov.pk/ FM101 Mianwali]

Northwest Frontier Province (NWFP)

* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 540 KHZ Peshawar]
* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 1404 KHZ Dera Ismail Khan]
* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 1602 KHZ Abbottabad]
* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 1584 KHZ Chitral]
* [http://www.fm101.gov.pk/ FM101 Peshawar]
* [http://www.fm101.gov.pk/ FM101 Bannu]
* [http://www.fm101.gov.pk/ FM101 Kohat]

Balochistan

* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 756 KHZ Quetta]
* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 1584 KHZ Sibi]
* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 567 KHZ Khuzdar]
* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 1584 KHZ Turbat]
* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 1251 KHZ Loralai]
* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 1449 khz Zhobe]
* [http://www.fm101.gov.pk/ FM101 Quetta]
* [http://www.fm101.gov.pk/ FM101 Gwadar]

Northern Areas, Jammu & Kashmir

* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 1512 khz Gilgit (NA)]
* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 1557 khz Skardu (NA)]
* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 792 khz Muzaffarabad (AJK)]
* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ Radio Pakistan AM 936 khz Mirpur (AJK)]

See also

* FM 101
* Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation, the Pakistani publicly-funded radio broadcaster

External links

* [http://www.radio.gov.pk/ext_svc.htm Radio Pakistan Webpage] en icon
* [http://www.dawn.com/2007/10/29/local1.htm Fire destroys 14 studios of Radio Pakistan - DAWN.com]


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