1. [Cover]
  2. Table of contents
  3. Background on RIAS
  4. What people say about RIAS: the Western press
  5. The Soviet German anti-RIAS campaigns
  6. Anti-RIAS press campaign
  7. RIAS spews poison
  8. The sin of objectivism
  9. Pure abuse
  10. Is listening to RIAS forbidden?
  11. Despite the risks, people listen
  12. The Soviet Zone listeners
  13. Comments from occupation groups
  14. Response to special broadcasts, East and West: Soviet Zone concentration camps
  15. The Berlin May Day rally, 1950
  16. The FDJ rally, Berlin, May 1950
  17. The police state
  18. The next step to German unity in freedom
  19. The communist collective contracts
  20. The world youth festival, 1951
  21. Minor campaign - (RIAS youth broadcast)
  22. FDP convention
  23. What RIAS says
  24. Broadcasts to the Soviet Zone
  25. Sample commentary by Martin Koch
  26. Sample commentary by Mathias Walden
  27. Warning service
  28. Pinsel and Schnorchel
  29. Sample commentary by Egon Bahr
  30. A sample commentary by Heinz Frentzel
  31. Economics commentary by Dr. Anton Schoepke
  32. RIAS coverage of Bonn parlimentary affairs
  33. Liberation of prisoners attributed to RIAS broadcast
  34. Regularly scheduled programs of primarily political content: newscasts
  35. RIAS telephone news service
  36. The Voice of America
  37. Special broadcasts for Soviet zone
  38. Commentaries
  39. "Zeit im Funk"
  40. Berlin press review
  41. University programs - youth programs
  42. The parties speak - trade union broadcast
  43. Victims of Soviet concentration camps
  44. Günter Neumann and his islanders
  45. MSA broadcasts - European hour
  46. And today?
  47. For the teachers
  48. Weekly feature commentary
  49. The week in Bonn
  50. Report from the Berlin House of Represenatives
  51. Where the shoe pinches
  52. The freedom bell
  53. [Cover]