Breadlines, was this during wartime or during peacetime aswell?
Depended on the location and period. With the complications of central planning and redistribution of produce over a 300-million populated country, it become more apparent.
During GPW - the card system introduced - not in the USSR only, in all major participants countries I believe. The USSR was the first to rebuke the card system and restore the shops to monetary exchange. From 1957 to early Brezhnewizm there was little shortage of raw wheat and bread. In Brezhnew's and Gorbachev's times, "deficit" become apparent (bread was not being redistributed over the country properly). Siberia and Far East were fairly bad on that account. However, by 1988 it became a little better here. Moscow and central Europe always had enough of everything.
Recreation, Did the average soviet citizen have a radio or television?
Yes. The average Soviet citizen had a radio and a TV. The consupmtion of TV sets in the USSR was higher than in modern capitalist Russia. Many had heavy bed-sized home radios that could catch a lot of transmissions
My grandma had one like that.
What was the crimerate like?
Pretty low. Statistics for 1989 and 1990 were analyzed, search for them. Some consider it to be the same as of the US. A pretty detailed analysis is here:
http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/ ... 3847/print
All in all, crimerate in the USSR, especially in the big cities, was many times lower than now. People could move around at night without fear.