Uday Kalburgi, 57, has been collecting radios since he was 15. He’s now opened his collection to the public, via a museum he inaugurated in February within his family home in Bengaluru. The radios aren’t just beautifully restored and gleaming – they all work. Some date back to 1925. “I want people to remember this bygone technology and how much it once meant to the world,” Kalburgi says. Access to the radio museum is free, but the Kalburgis would appreciate a call before you visit. You can reach Uday Kalburgi on 9108553014.