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Wednesday

Saturday Morning Live

00:00Wednesday

Saturday Morning Live

00:00Wednesday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a live news discussion programme recorded on 18th May 2024.

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Understanding Islam

02:00Wednesday

Understanding Islam

02:00Wednesday

Epsiode 10. Women in Islam. Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby teaches his student Mr Stuart Chatto about the status of women within Islam. This material is also available on the online Islamic Course at www.free-islamic-course.org.

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Voice Of Caliph

03:00Wednesday

Voice Of Caliph

03:00Wednesday

Episode 28. An address delivered by the Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, His Holiness Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (may Allah be his Helper) at a reception held in his honour at the Hilton Hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark on 9th May 2016. More than 125 politicians, academics and community leaders attended the historic event.

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Documentary

03:35Wednesday

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

03:35Wednesday

True Caliphate - A spiritual leadership and source of peace. Introduction to the His Holiness Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, the fifth successor to the Promised Messiah and Worldwide Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.

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Drive Time

04:00Wednesday

Drive Time VOI

04:00Wednesday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a topical discussion programme recorded on 27th May 2024.

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Journey To Islam

06:00Wednesday

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

06:00Wednesday

Inspirational story of how Mohmmad Amedu Salam accepted Islam Ahmadiyyat.

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Tilawat

06:30Wednesday

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

06:30Wednesday

Tune is to hear recitation of the Holy Qur'an, Chapter 28 Verse 35-69. Recitation of the Holy Qur'an is by Maulana Feroz Alam.

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Breakfast Show

07:00Wednesday

The_Breakfast_Show

07:00Wednesday

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

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Pathway To Peace

09:00Wednesday

Pathway To Peace

09:00Wednesday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 12th May 2024.

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Science Hour

10:00Wednesday

Science Hour

10:00Wednesday

Series 3 Episode 4. This episode is an in-depth conversation with Dr Nuzhat Sharif, Senior Principal Scientist in the Inflammation & Immunology Research Unit of Pfizer Inc, at Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA and also the President of the Ahmadi Muslim women in science. A whole host of topics will be discussed from her science career and what inspired her to become a scientist. The vaccine developed by Pfizer and her perspectives on variants. More general points about Ahmadi Women scientists will also be discussed, as well as the work of the Ahmadiyya Women’s Scientists Association USA.

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Faith In Focus

11:00Wednesday

Faith In Focus

11:00Wednesday

151 – Stresses of Modern Life We stress about anything and everything in life, whether it is about our child, house, career, education, health etc. which decreases our life expectancy, impairs our immune system increases our chances of getting sick. Yet, we don't stop. Why? Why do we run in a rat race to please others and forget to make our loved ones and ourselves happy? But in all this, what does Islam say about giving and taking stress? Let's explore this in today's show.

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Review Of Religions

12:00Wednesday

12:00Wednesday

Episode 3. Whether you believe in God or not, some questions are just so big that they compel us all to think existentially. It’s time for a different conversation about morals, metaphysics and God. Because here at the Existence Project, we understand that sometimes, the most fascinating evidence for water, is thirst. This year, “The Existence Project” which has been launched by The Review of Religions will be providing the Jalsa guests with a truly inspiring and interactive experience and a variety of talks and presentations at their exhibition at this year’s jalsa. The radio show will be based around this very exhibition by highlighting some of the key aspects of the exhibition and the questions related to the existence of God, for example, the concept of God, experiencing God, and analysing atheism.

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Voice Of Caliph

13:00Wednesday

Voice Of Caliph

13:00Wednesday

Episode 27. Address delivered to locals and dignitaries by the Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (may Allah be his Helper) at the inauguration of Noor Mosque, Crawley and reception held for local dignitaries on 18th January 2014.

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Book Corner

13:30Wednesday

Book Corner

13:30Wednesday

Way of the Seeker: In this episode we will be hearing about the concept of morality from the perspective of Hadhrat Mirza Bashir ud Din Mahmood Ahmad (May Allah be pleased with him). We will hear about his life and achievements, how he created the infrastructure the Ahmadiyya community stands on today and will learn how he came to be known as the Promised Son.

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Art Of The Islamic World

14:00Wednesday

Art Of The Islamic World

14:00Wednesday

Episode 3. Join us for a special episode with Taha al Hiti. We will look at his first recollections of writing letters, his innovation in calligraphy. The introduction of calligraphy synchronised with architecture as well as different concepts of calligraphy and architecture.

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Sisters On Air

15:00Wednesday

Sisters on Air

15:00Wednesday

Episode 1. The First Woman: The Legacy of Eve. Gender Equality and equity is an inherent feature of Islam that can be traced all the way back to the first woman, known in Arabic as Hawwa and in English as Eve. In today’s episode of Sisters on Air we will explore who Eve is and how she has been presented in religion? How has the representation of Eve changed over time within an increasingly secularised society? What is the impact of Eve’s legacy on modern women? And, what can we learn from the Islamic narration of the story of Adam and Eve about women’s rights and responsibilities in Islam?

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Drive Time

16:00Wednesday

Drive Time VOI

16:00Wednesday

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

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Faith In Focus

18:00Wednesday

Faith In Focus

18:00Wednesday

Episode 69. Theory of Knowledge. Part I How Do We Know? The main question in Theory of Knowledge is “How do we know?” and thus we naturally spend some time talking about the nature of knowledge. In the first part of this series, we ask ourselves: What is knowledge? How does knowledge differ from belief? What is the difference between knowledge, information and wisdom? More importantly, what are the ways of knowing? In Theory of Knowledge, there are four ways of knowing, which we would like to explore here perception, language, reason and emotion. If we take any one thing that claim to know and we ask ourselves how we know it, we could potentially trace it back to one of these four sources: either we saw it, heard it or we read it, we reasoned through it or we have an instinctive feeling that it is true. Of course, none of these ways are infallible and are in many ways a double edged in that they can be a source and an obstacle to it. In the first of this series, we take a look at each of these knowledge tools and consider the extent to which they can be relied on to make sense of the world.

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Pathway To Peace

19:00Wednesday

Pathway To Peace

19:00Wednesday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 5th May 2024.

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Poets for Peace

20:00Wednesday

Poets for Peace

20:00Wednesday

Episode 39. The concept of a Global Family is explored in this episode through poetry, interview and the enlightenment of Divine revelation. The episode begins with a melodious title song presenting the vision of Poets For Peace Show. The show consists of 3 segments, Symphony, Viewpoint and Inspirational. The Symphony segment presents the original poetry in the voices of a global team of Poets For Peace on the theme of the show. This is Episode Part 1 of a series of 3 episodes on the vital concept of Global Family. The poets participating in this episode’s Symphony segment are Sumayra Ahmad and Bushra Khan from UK and Kashmala Ahmad from USA. This segment also reveals a dream and quote of an eminent spiritual personality about the significance of poetry writing. The Viewpoint segment contains interview of a professor of Anthropology from UMBC University USA exploring the concept of Global Family. The Inspirational segment contains Divine enlightenment on the concept of Global Family from the Holy Quran and the sacred poetry of the Promised Messiah peace be upon him. This segment also presents Divine attributes of peace and security.

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Sisters Or Air

21:00Wednesday

21:00Wednesday

Episode 1. The First Woman: The Legacy of Eve. Gender Equality and equity is an inherent feature of Islam that can be traced all the way back to the first woman, known in Arabic as Hawwa and in English as Eve. In today’s episode of Sisters on Air we will explore who Eve is and how she has been presented in religion? How has the representation of Eve changed over time within an increasingly secularised society? What is the impact of Eve’s legacy on modern women? And, what can we learn from the Islamic narration of the story of Adam and Eve about women’s rights and responsibilities in Islam?

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Beacon Of Truth

22:00Wednesday

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

22:00Wednesday

Episode 9: An interactive English talk show series exploring various matters relating to Islam, the beacon of truth. One of the most important decisions we will ever make, is who we choose to live with for the rest of our lives. What does Islam teach us about marriage? How can we avoid some of the common mistakes in finding our potential spouses. Join us in our discussion on marriage and dating.

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Around The Table

23:00Wednesday

Around The Table

23:00Wednesday

In this episode of Around the Table: Wolf in sheep's Clothing Special Episode 3, we look at what Shariah is, is it something to be fearful of or is it a peaceful code of conduct? We also look at the historical context of how shariah has been manipulated and misunderstood. We finish off with discussing separation of state and religion.

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