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Thursday

Weekend World

00:00Thursday

Weekend World

00:00Thursday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a live news discussion programme recorded on 26th May 2024.

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Drive Time

02:00Thursday

Drive Time VOI

02:00Thursday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a topical discussion programme recorded on 28th May 2024.

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Pathway To Peace

04:00Thursday

Pathway To Peace

04:00Thursday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 26th May 2024.

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Living History

05:00Thursday

Living History - Voice of Islam

05:00Thursday

Episode 2. The Origins of Western Culture (Part 1-Semetic/Middle East roots& Greek culture ( Amjad Hussain/ Arif Ahmed)

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Poets for Peace

06:00Thursday

Poets for Peace

06:00Thursday

Episode 16. During this show we shall be hearing seven inspiring and beautifully crafted poems that have been sent in by our listeners. First of all we shall hear the wonderful words from sister ShamamaTul-Umber with her fantastic poetical number full of words of delight titled ‘Our Khalifa, the divine light’. The second poem contains words soaring very high from the acclaimed Scottish poet Joseph McTaggart. Then next we have the excellent sister Shaara Mufti from Norbury with her poem titled ‘Our Khalifa’ sharing words so heavy in meaning. Followed by the very gifted poet sister Shaukat Bhatti, a talented star from Leamington Spa, with her beautiful poetic words. And then the enchanting poem from the very talented sister Ussma Sharina with her poem titled: Our Khalifa, followed by an equally talented poet, a brilliant poem by Sister Hania Seher from Belgium. Then last of all a poem that was delivered during an event in London to mark 100 years of Khilafat following the passing of the Promised Messiah, may peace be upon him in 1908. All in all, this show aims to captivate your hearts.

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Tilawat

06:30Thursday

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

06:30Thursday

Tune is to hear recitation of the Holy Qur'an, Chapter 28 Verse 70-89 and Chapter 29 Verse 1-13. Recitation of the Holy Qur'an is by Maulana Feroz Alam.

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Breakfast Show

07:00Thursday

The_Breakfast_Show

07:00Thursday

Wake up to the Breakfast Show and catch up with the latest news stories.

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Around The Table

09:00Thursday

Around The Table

09:00Thursday

Season 7 Episode 1: Wellbeing is discussed on a much broader level, looking at how it is very much a personal achievement to be ‘well’ and feel ‘good’ in life, work, social and religious aspects. The panellists look at the differences in opinion and experiences of life that shape one’s wellbeing. Childhood as a defining element of wellbeing later in life is discussed alongside how contentment is perceived around the world.

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Living History

10:00Thursday

Living History - Voice of Islam

10:00Thursday

Episode 2. The Origins of Western Culture (Part 1-Semetic/Middle East roots& Greek culture ( Amjad Hussain/ Arif Ahmed)

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Understanding Islam

11:00Thursday

Understanding Islam

11:00Thursday

Series 3. Episode 4.Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam.Tune in to learn about the teachings of Islam.Tahir Selby is joined by Alex Borthwick and Amir Nawaz to discuss the book 'Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam' by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. To help understand the book easier, questions have been made from the book and then they are discussed.In this programme they will discuss Question Two - The State of Man after Death, taken from the pages 137 - 163 and covers:- Actions manifested in the Next Life; Middle State; Day of Judgement; Progress in the Hereafter, etc.

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Science Hour

12:00Thursday

Science Hour

12:00Thursday

Series 3 Episode 2. Evolution. In this episode we introduce the subject to the listener including the basics of Darwin’s theory with details why many contemporary evolutionists believe that evolution explains away the need for a creator.

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Medical Matters

13:00Thursday

Medical Matters

13:00Thursday

Episode 5. Doctors rely heavily on the history to diagnose dizziness; therefore, a public understanding of the topic is invaluable to get it right in the first place. Feeling light headedness or dizziness with or without vertigo (spinning of head) is a common problem. Although most of the time, this is a benign condition, it can be a disabling and chronic, early detection and appropriate management ensures complete recovery. Having appropriate treatment prevents further deterioration and plays a key role in falls prevention in the elderly people.

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Journey To Islam

13:30Thursday

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

13:30Thursday

Inspirational story of how Najlae accepted Islam Ahmadiyyat.

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Faith In Focus

14:00Thursday

Faith In Focus

14:00Thursday

Episode 56. Beauty. This episode of Faith In Focus will seek to study how man's search for beauty has led him to produce dazzling works of art & literature, some of breath-taking craft and power, inspired him to traverse the earth in pursuit of the wonders of the natural world, and drawn him into seeking connection and union with the Divine. We shall survey paintings and poetry, scriptures and scientific tracts, art and aesthetic theory, to try and uncover whether it really is so that in Beauty lies the Ultimate Truth, and in truth the very essence of beauty.

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Pathway To Peace

15:00Thursday

Pathway To Peace

15:00Thursday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 19th May 2024.

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Drive Time

16:00Thursday

Drive Time VOI

16:00Thursday

Join in the debate of the day in this live interactive discussion programme.

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Voice Of Caliph

18:00Thursday

Voice Of Caliph

18:00Thursday

Episode 41. An address delivered, on 4th March 2012, by the Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, His Holiness Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (may Allah be his Helper) at a reception held to mark the inauguration of the Baitul Aman Mosque in Hayes. The event was attended by dignitaries including mayors, politicians, local community leaders and members of the local community.

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Faith And Freedom

18:30Thursday

18:30Thursday

Episode 2. This episode will serve as an introduction to the concept of FoRB. It will focus on the origins of FoRB, The origins of the concept of freedom of expression, freedom of religion in history & how it has evolved over time, the relevance it has played in history and where the key changes occurred historically to the rights of FoRB. In particular, we will focus on the early years of FoRB: The Romans tolerated most religions, including Judaism, and encouraged local subjects to continue worshipping their own gods. They did not however, tolerate Christianity until it was legalised by the Roman emperor Galerius in 311. Holmes and Bickers note that as long as Christianity was treated as a part of Judaism it enjoyed the same freedom, but the Christian claim to religious exclusivity meant its followers found themselves subject to hostility. The early Christian apologist Tertullian was the first-known writer referring to the term libertas religionis. The Edict of Milan guaranteed freedom of religion in the Roman Empire until the Edict of Thessalonica in 380, which outlawed all religions except Christianity. Following a period of fighting lasting around a hundred years before 620 AD which mainly involved Arab and Jewish inhabitants of Medina (then known as Yathrib), religious freedom for Muslims, Jews and pagans was declared by Prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessing of Allah be upon him) in the Constitution of Medina. In early Muslim history (until mid 11th century), most Islamic scholars maintained a level of separation from the state which helped to establish some elements of institutional religious freedom. The Islamic Caliphate later guaranteed religious freedom under the conditions that non-Muslim communities accept dhimmi status and their adult males pay the jizya tax instead of the zakat paid by Muslim citizens.

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Living History

19:00Thursday

Living History - Voice of Islam

19:00Thursday

Episode 14. Origins of the Great Mughal Empire. Part I. Dr Mohammed Iqbal with guests Amjad Hussain and Arif Ahmed trace the link between the Mongols and the founders of the Mughal Empire and how Islam influenced a warrior nation. Learn about some of the great contributions from the Timurid Dynasty to Akbar the Great.

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Voice Of Caliph

20:00Thursday

Voice Of Caliph

20:00Thursday

Episode 36. An address delivered by the Worldwide Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, the Fifth Caliph, His Holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (may Allah be his helper) on 17th October 2016 at Canada's Houses of Parliament. The Prime Minister, Rt Hon Justin Trudeau, Cabinet Ministers and over 50 MPs and Senators and more 110 guests attended the event.

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Book Corner

20:40Thursday

Book Corner

20:40Thursday

Caricatures. Part 1. Over the past decade the world has been witness to the controversy surrounding the caricatures of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), tune in to hear the words of the Khalifa of Islam Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (may Allah be his helper) on how the Muslim world should have responded to the caricatures.

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Around The Table

21:00Thursday

Around The Table

21:00Thursday

In this episode of Around the Table: Wolf in sheep's Clothing Special Episode 4, we look at the reasons for the establishment of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community, what difference it has made in the world and what it aims to achieve. We then discuss its current leadership and conclude the series by defining who the real "Wolf in sheep's clothing is".

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Drive Time

22:00Thursday

Drive Time VOI

22:00Thursday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a topical discussion programme recorded on 28th May 2024.

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