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The Breakfast Show

00:00Monday

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00:00Monday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a live news discussion programme recorded on 20th January 2022.

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Drive Time

02:00Monday

Drive Time VOI

02:00Monday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a topical discussion programme recorded on 20th January 2022. Addiction: Don’t get held back. A lot has changed since technology engulfed the world. Addiction was most commonly associated with drugs, alcohol or gambling but it has now been increasingly linked with screen time, shopping, and many other things. Media: How is Islam portrayed? Consumption of media in this day and age plays a large part of our daily lives and can influence our thoughts and perceptions of reality. Join us as we discuss how Islam is portrayed in mainstream media and the consequences of fake news.

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Faith In Focus

04:00Monday

Faith In Focus

04:00Monday

Ep 126 History: Remember, Read, Repeat Often people question the role of studying history, claiming it is no longer relevant and does not help us to move towards a brighter future. However, it has been noted on numerous occasions that those who do not look towards the past are condemned to repeat the same mistakes. Many have commented that the times we are living in today are worryingly reminiscent of some of the darker periods of recent memory. This show aims to explore the role history plays in forming societies, how we write history, and how we have kept histories alive. We will delve into the ways in which we remember the past and how this can be used to create a better present and future. Indeed, Islam is a religion that endorses all education, including historical. This show will look at the link between Islam and the importance of historical study, producing an interesting conversation about education and cultural sensitivity and understanding.

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Pathway To Peace

05:00Monday

Pathway To Peace

05:00Monday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 2nd January 2022.

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Islamic Jurisprudence

06:00Monday

Voice of islam radio programme

06:00Monday

Episode 2. Prerequisites of prayer. An English discussion programme on issues related to Islamic jurisprudence.

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Tilawat

06:30Monday

Voice of Islam

06:30Monday

Tune is to hear recitation of the Holy Qur'an, Chapter 4 Verse 90-105. Recitation of the Holy Qur'an is by Maulana Feroz Alam.

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Breakfast Show

07:00Monday

The_Breakfast_Show

07:00Monday

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

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Understanding Islam

09:00Monday

Understanding Islam

09:00Monday

Series Six, Episode 4. Prophets of Allah mentioned in the Holy Qur’an – The Prophets Lot (a.s.), Ishmael (a.s.), Isaac (a.s.) and Jacob (a.s.). Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby talks about the prophets of Allah mentioned in the Holy Qur’an. He discusses the different views from the Holy Qur’an and Holy Bible, particularly about any allegations that has been raised concerning the prophet, as the Holy Qur’an views all the prophets of Allah as sinless. In this programme he will discuss about the Prophets Lot, (a.s.), Ishmael (a.s.), Isaac (a.s) and Jacob (a.s.).

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Living History

10:00Monday

Living History - Voice of Islam

10:00Monday

Episode 38. Dr Mohammed Iqbal the host of Living History is joined by special guest Professor Munro Price from the University of Bradford to discuss the Legacy of Napoleon Bonaparte.Prof Munro Price is an award-winning historian and Professor of Modern European History at the University of Bradford. He specialises in the French Revolution and has published widely on the subject. At the height of his power Napoleon dominated European and global affairs for more than a decade while leading France against a series of coalitions in the Napoleonic Wars. He won most of these wars and the vast majority of his battles, building a large empire that ruled over continental Europe before its final collapse in 1815. As the Emperor of France and one of the greatest commanders in history, his wars and campaigns are studied at military schools worldwide. He remains one of the most celebrated and controversial political figures in human history.

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Faith In Focus

11:00Monday

Faith In Focus

11:00Monday

Episode 127 Winter: This programme will take a look at the subject of winter. How is winter represented in scripture and faith? How is it reflected in art/literature? Is there a link between the two? What is the purpose of winter? Is there a spiritual or moral lesson to the occurrence of winter? Guests will discuss their own impressions of winter as well as their understanding the darker/colder/barren spiritual aspects which can be said to parallel the themes of winter.

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Saturday Morning Live

12:00Monday

Saturday Morning Live

12:00Monday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a live news discussion programme recorded on 22nd January 2022.

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Science Hour

14:00Monday

Science Hour

14:00Monday

Series 2 Episode 4. During this episode our guest speaker will speak on the topic of psychological impact of covid 19. We will discuss Embryology from a historical perspective and particularly what the Holy Quran describes. We will also look at the prophecies contained in the Holy Quran which have been remarkably fulfilled in recent history.

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Understanding Islam

15:00Monday

Understanding Islam

15:00Monday

Series Six, Episode 5. Prophets of Allah mentioned in the Holy Qur’an – The Prophets Joseph (a.s.), Job (a.s.), Shoaib (a.s.) and Moses (a.s.), up to leaving Egypt. Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby talks about the prophets of Allah mentioned in the Holy Qur’an. He discusses the different views from the Holy Qur’an and Holy Bible, particularly about any allegations that has been raised concerning the prophet, as the Holy Qur’an views all the prophets of Allah as sinless. In this programme he will discuss about the Prophets Joseph, (a.s.), Job (a.s.), Shoaib (a.s) and Moses (a.s.), part one.

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Drive Time

16:00Monday

Drive Time VOI

16:00Monday

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

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Faith In Focus

18:00Monday

Faith In Focus

18:00Monday

Episode 128. The Importance of Family System in Islam. In today’s world the aspiration to achieve an ideal family life is a hope and effort common to many. What differs is our approach. In this programme we will consider the importance of the family system in Islam and what is an ideal and effective family life? What is the correct approach and what can we do to help assist us to achieve it thereby ensuring success of the family, community and society, at large.

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Pathway To Peace

19:00Monday

Pathway To Peace

19:00Monday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 9th January 2022.

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Living History

20:00Monday

Living History - Voice of Islam

20:00Monday

Episode 39. Dr Mohammed Iqbal the host of Living History looks at the impact on Africa of European Colonisation, and with special guest Dr David Harris from the University of Bradford. Dr Harris is a Senior Lecturer in African Studies, which is a Division of Peace Studies and International Development, at the University of Bradford. David welcome. Dr David Harris specialises in West African politics, in particular in Sierra Leone and Liberia, but also in The Gambia and Ghana. His first book was published by IB Tauris in 2011; and a second book, Sierra Leone: A Political History, came out through Hurst first in 2013 and then in an updated second edition in 2020.

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Voice Of Caliph

21:00Monday

Voice Of Caliph

21:00Monday

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

21:30Monday

Book Corner

21:30Monday

Life of Hadhrat Umar Farooq. Part 1. Continuing our series on Khilafat (Caliphate) in this episode we will look at the life and works of Hadrat Umar Farooq , the second successor to the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him). We will learn about the great sacrifices he made during his 10 year Khilafat and how he strove for the rights of the underprivileged and expanded the Islamic state across the Middle East to North Africa. Book: Hadhrat Umar Farooq (May Allah be pleased with him) By Rashid Ahmad Chaudhry online edition from alislam.org

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Drive Time

22:00Monday

Drive Time VOI

22:00Monday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a topical discussion programme recorded on 20th January 2022. Addiction: Don’t get held back. A lot has changed since technology engulfed the world. Addiction was most commonly associated with drugs, alcohol or gambling but it has now been increasingly linked with screen time, shopping, and many other things. Media: How is Islam portrayed? Consumption of media in this day and age plays a large part of our daily lives and can influence our thoughts and perceptions of reality. Join us as we discuss how Islam is portrayed in mainstream media and the consequences of fake news.

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Weekend World

00:00Tuesday

Weekend World

00:00Tuesday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a live news discussion programme recorded on 16th January 2022.

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Faith In Focus

02:00Tuesday

Faith In Focus

02:00Tuesday

Episode 111. Significance of Friday in Islam What is Salat al-Jumu’ah? And what is the significance of Friday in Islam? This programme will look to answer these questions by considering its meaning, what the performance of the obligation itself entails, what the Holy Qur’an commands and then what Sunnah and Hadith teach us about this special day.

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The Breakfast Show

03:00Tuesday

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03:00Tuesday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a live news discussion programme recorded on 14th January 2022.

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Pathway To Peace

05:00Tuesday

Pathway To Peace

05:00Tuesday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 9th January 2022.

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Poets for Peace

06:00Tuesday

Poets for Peace

06:00Tuesday

Episode 5: The theme for this programme shall be on the Existence of God and we shall be hearing five poems that are relevant to this theme. We will be hearing: The inspiring poem written by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the Promised Messiah. which will be sung in its original Urdu language by the singer Mr Mujahid Javaid with running translation by Mr Mulqeet. A poem called ‘Which of the favours of your Lord do you deny’ written and presented by the acclaimed poet Mr Kamran Khan from Dubai. A poem called ‘When I think of you’ written by the young Miss Farah Khan. And finally poem of cosmic nature by the intellectual Mudassar Rashid.

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Tilawat

06:30Tuesday

Voice of Islam

06:30Tuesday

Tune is to hear recitation of the Holy Qur'an, Chapter 3 Verse 168-192. Recitation of the Holy Qur'an is by Maulana Feroz Alam.

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Breakfast Show

07:00Tuesday

The_Breakfast_Show

07:00Tuesday

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

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Voice Of Caliph

09:00Tuesday

Voice Of Caliph

09:00Tuesday

Episode 23. A reception held in honour of the Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, His Holiness Mirza Masroor Ahmad (may Allah be his Helper), at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Singapore on 26th September 2013. Over 100 people, including Mr. Lee Khoon Choy a founding member of the ruling People’s Action Party, who during a distinguished career also served as Singapore’s Ambassador to various countries were present at the historic event. During the keynote address his holiness spoke to a gathering of dignitaries from Singapore, one of the world’s most highly developed economies, to espouse the economic principles of Islam.

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Poets for Peace

09:30Tuesday

Poets for Peace

09:30Tuesday

Episode 4:The theme for this programme shall be on the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and we shall be hearing various poems that have been written in praise of him. We will be hearing: Some couplets of the poetry of Hazrat Hassan Bin Thabit who was also known as the ‘Poet of the Prophet’, as well as Maulana Jalal-Udin-Rumi who was a thirteenth century Persian poet. The inspiring poem written by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the Promised Messiah, the translation of which is read by Atta-Ur-Rahman A poem called ‘Je Suis Muhammad’ written and presented with heartfelt by Hamza Ilyas, a poet originally from Brooklyn. A poem called ‘Our Leader’ written by the well known author Rashid Ahmad Chaudry and read by the young Master Haaris Ahmad. Zain Daniyal, who shares his poem named ‘An insignificant Praise’.

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10:00Tuesday

Episode 4. In this episode we look at the mention of Qalam and ink in the Holy Quran , where’s the Qalam found and how it is prepared for writing as well as what Inks are suitable and how lamp black ink is prepared.

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Understanding Islam

11:00Tuesday

Understanding Islam

11:00Tuesday

Series Five, Episode 3. Sunnah – Holy Prophet’s relationship with God part 1. Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby is joined by Alex Borthwick to discuss the second source in Islam – Sunnah. We will be discussing the different aspects of the Life of the Holy Prophet from the book ’Life of Muhammad’ by Hazrat Mirza Bashiruddin Ahmad, the second Khalifa of Ahmadiyyat. In this programme we will discuss the close relationship the Holy Prophet had with Allah.

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Voice Of Caliph

12:00Tuesday

Voice Of Caliph

12:00Tuesday

Episode 25. 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 on the occasion of the inauguration of the “Baitur Rashid” Mosque in Hamburg, Germany on 5th December 2012. Many dignitaries including politicians, professors, doctors and leaders of different religious faith attended the event.

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Book Corner

12:30Tuesday

Book Corner

12:30Tuesday

Caricatures. Part 2. 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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Medical Matters

13:00Tuesday

Medical Matters

13:00Tuesday

Episode 2. Mental ill health is the single largest cause of disability in the UK, contributing up to 22.8% of the total burden. In this episode, we discussed the importance of developing mental wellbeing to prevent mental illness and what can we do if one develops the illness. We focused on when to seek help from doctors. How the family members or colleagues can play a role to pick up the problem early so that treatment can be initiated.

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Journey To Islam

13:30Tuesday

Voice of Islam

13:30Tuesday

Inspirational story of how Jonathan Butterworth accepted Islam Ahmadiyyat.

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14:00Tuesday

Episode 5. What is the golden ratio and how it can be defined linking back to the ideas of western and Islamic scholars of mathematics, sciences and The Arts? Leonardo da Vinci and his usage of golden ratio linking back to Luca Piccioli and his reading of Islamic scholars who had written about the golden ratio. We will look at the usage of golden ratio in letters and proportion with a link back to a pioneer of Islamic calligraphy; Ibn Muqlah. Golden ratio is used in major monuments such as Taj mahal, shah lotfollah mosque etc. leading to the perfection of Islamic architecture. Finally we look at the usage in Islamic calligraphy and how major letters conform to the golden ratio.

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Around The Table

15:00Tuesday

Around The Table

15:00Tuesday

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

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Drive Time

16:00Tuesday

Drive Time VOI

16:00Tuesday

Join in the debate of the day in this live interactive discussion programme. Global wellbeing: Sustainable development goals: Over the last few years, governing powers have been working hard to achieve the targets set by the United Nations. Join us today as we discuss the sustainable development goals set by the UN and their progress.

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Science Hour

18:00Tuesday

Science Hour

18:00Tuesday

Series 2 Episode 1: We will be discussing about the Holy Qur’an and Science. Some of the topics to be discussed will include creation of life and cosmology. During this episode we will also look at the early Muslim scientists that made tremendous breakthroughs in science and our understanding of the physical world and universe.

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Living History

19:00Tuesday

Living History - Voice of Islam

19:00Tuesday

Episode 29. COVID19 is now a Pandemic and of Global concern- everyone knows about it, even if they don’t understand much about it. In a 2 Part programme This the second part of the programme in which host Dr Mohammed Iqbal explores with panellists Amjad Hussain and Arif Ahmad the impact of past and present Pandemics.

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20:00Tuesday

Episode 6. In this episode we look at the principles of art known as rythm, balance and porpotion. We will look at how they are received in the mordern world as well as the different analogies and concepts.

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Faith In Focus

21:00Tuesday

Faith In Focus

21:00Tuesday

Episode 112. Religion and Health Specific health outcomes are affected by belief in religion e.g. cardiovascular health, muscular health, mental health and even mortality. Many studies have examined this relationship and interest in this area is growing. Studies have investigated religious emotions and health and found that religious emotions, such as humility, forgiveness, and gratitude confer health benefits. We discuss known psychological, social, behavioural, and physiological mechanisms by which religion may exert effects on physical and mental health and examine research that suggests religion can have a negative impact on health. We also discuss what the Quran says on the topic.

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Saturday Morning Live

22:00Tuesday

Saturday Morning Live

22:00Tuesday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a live news discussion programme recorded on 15th January 2022.

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Voice Of Caliph

00:00Wednesday

Voice Of Caliph

00:00Wednesday

Episode 33. 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 to mark the inauguration of the Khadija Mosque in Berlin, Germany. The event was attended by dignitaries including mayors, politicians, local community leaders and members of the local community.

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Book Corner

00:30Wednesday

Book Corner

00:30Wednesday

Ali baba and the forty thieves: listen in to the classic story of Ali baba and how he and Maryam out smart the wicked thieves. You will learn about the significance of moral stories and why greed can bring an end to ones being.

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Drive Time

01:00Wednesday

Drive Time VOI

01:00Wednesday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a topical discussion programme recorded on 17th January 2022. Khilafat: The rope of Allah: Khilafat is the tree planted by the hand of God which continues to flourish. It is the rope that shields and protects humanity from the evil of the world and guides it to the path of the Living and Majestic God. Join us as we explore in detail what Khilafat is.

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Beacon Of Truth

03:00Wednesday

Voice of Islam

03:00Wednesday

Episode 5: An interactive English talk show series exploring various matters relating to Islam, the beacon of truth. In this programme we discuss Alcohol Consumption.

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Understanding Islam

04:00Wednesday

Understanding Islam

04:00Wednesday

Series Five, Episode 4. Sunnah – Holy Prophet’s relationship with God part 2. Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby is joined by Alex Borthwick to discuss the second source in Islam – Sunnah. We will be discussing the different aspects of the Life of the Holy Prophet from the book ’Life of Muhammad’ by Hazrat Mirza Bashiruddin Ahmad, the second Khalifa of Ahmadiyyat. In this programme they will continue to discuss the close relationship the Holy Prophet had with Allah.

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Faith In Focus

05:00Wednesday

Faith In Focus

05:00Wednesday

Episode 113. Centrality of Faith There is no single definition of faith. How do we know what faith actually is? What is the purpose of faith and how do we incorporate faith into our daily lives? Many people claim that faith is important to them and they say they make it central to their life. But practically how can we do this? What are the methods we can adopt to centralise faith in our lives and what is the purpose or benefit of doing so?

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Book Corner

06:00Wednesday

Book Corner

06:00Wednesday

Life of Hadhrat Khadija (may Allah be pleased with her): We will look at the life of the first wife of the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and learn about her courage and how she became a pioneer for women's rights in Islam. Book: Hadhrat Sayeedah Khadija (May Allah be pleased with her) by Rashid Ahmad Chaudhry.

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Tilawat

06:30Wednesday

Voice of Islam

06:30Wednesday

Tune is to hear recitation of the Holy Qur'an, Chapter 3 Verse 193-201 and Chapter 4 Verse 1-12. 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 16th January 2022.

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10:00Wednesday

Episode 3: Join Kaleem Chris Edwards for another episode of “Serving Mankind with Humanity First” where we will be in conversation with: Humanity First UK– Operations Director Fazal Ahmad. Discussing the scope of the operations team within Humanity First International and looking back over the years and year of work Fazal has put into Humanity First and some of his fascinating stories of working overseas. We give some background on the history of Humanity First and how serving mankind is incumbent on people of faith.

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Poets for Peace

10:30Wednesday

Poets for Peace

10:30Wednesday

Episode 1. Poetry has been a powerful means of expressing and conveying many feelings, experiences and views throughout the centuries. Join us in this episode where we explore the subject of poetry in relation to Islam and be enlightened by the precious poetical pearls (Durr-e-Thamin) of the Messiah of this age, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (peace be upon him). We also here a selection of the poetry of Mr Isa Wema, an Ahmadi Muslim, Ghanaian poet.  

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Faith In Focus

11:00Wednesday

Faith In Focus

11:00Wednesday

Episode 114. Reason The conflict between the heart and the mind, between love and reason, is an eternal one. At what point do our minds give way to the desires of our souls? In the Islamic faith, reason and rationality are praised and we are told to look at the world with eyes wide open to be certain of our God. However, its Sacred Book also speaks of what lies beyond the sensory world, and belief in the unseen is a key tenet of this religion. Faith in Focus explores whether it is possible to reconcile reason and belief, and whether it is in opening our eyes or closing them that we come to know the Divine.

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Beacon Of Truth

12:00Wednesday

Voice of Islam

12:00Wednesday

Episode 6: An interactive English talk show series exploring various matters relating to Islam, the beacon of truth. Family is the most basic unit of our society and when there is a disharmony in the family, it reflects on the society. Join us today in our discussion on family values.

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Voice Of Caliph

13:00Wednesday

Voice Of Caliph

13:00Wednesday

Episode 32. An address delivered by the worldwide Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, His Holiness Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (may Allah be his Helper), to guests at the Annual Convention of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Germany in 2013.

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Qur’an Commentary

13:50Wednesday

13:50Wednesday

Commentary of the seventh verse of the opening chapter of the Holy Qur'an, Surah Al-Fatiha.

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Living History

14:00Wednesday

Living History - Voice of Islam

14:00Wednesday

Episode 30. Middle East-the Cradle of Civilisation, Part 1- Sumer-the Dawn of Civilisation. The Middle East is currently one of the most important and yet most troubled regions of the world. It is a region of the world that could decide the future of humanity- for it is said to be the setting for Armageddon- a prophecy on which Jews, Christians and Muslims agree. A battle that will bring about great destruction. Ironically the Middle East was also the setting for the rise of Civilisation, a region that is accepted by almost all historians as the Cradle of Civilisation.

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Understanding Islam

15:00Wednesday

Understanding Islam

15:00Wednesday

Series Five, Episode 5. Sunnah – Holy Prophet’s treatment of women. Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby is joined by Alex Borthwick to discuss the second source in Islam – Sunnah. We will be discussing the different aspects of the Life of the Holy Prophet from the book ’Life of Muhammad’ by Hazrat Mirza Bashiruddin Ahmad, the second Khalifa of Ahmadiyyat. In this programme they will discuss the Holy Prophet’s treatment of women, his attitude towards his wives and his high moral qualities.

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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. Qualities of a righteous believer: The purpose of our being is to worship God and attain nearness to Him. But how can we do this? What are the qualities needed of a righteous believer?

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Faith In Focus

18:00Wednesday

Faith In Focus

18:00Wednesday

Episode 115. Faith in focus takes a look at the issue of modesty. What does modesty mean - is it simply the clothes we wear or something deeper? Is modesty found in different faiths or is it exclusive to Islam? What are the limits and advice regarding modesty of conduct and dress? Is modesty out of step with modernity or is society seeing the benefit of a modest approach?

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Pathway To Peace

19:00Wednesday

Pathway To Peace

19:00Wednesday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 26th December 2021.

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Understanding Islam

20:00Wednesday

Understanding Islam

20:00Wednesday

Series Five, Episode 6. Sunnah – Holy Prophet’s self-control. Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby is joined by Alex Borthwick to discuss the second source in Islam – Sunnah. We will be discussing the different aspects of the Life of the Holy Prophet from the book ’Life of Muhammad’ by Hazrat Mirza Bashiruddin Ahmad, the second Khalifa of Ahmadiyyat. In this programme they will discuss the Holy Prophet’s self-control, his justice and fair dealings and his regard for the poor.

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Drive Time

21:00Wednesday

Drive Time VOI

21:00Wednesday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a topical discussion programme recorded on 17th January 2022. Khilafat: The rope of Allah: Khilafat is the tree planted by the hand of God which continues to flourish. It is the rope that shields and protects humanity from the evil of the world and guides it to the path of the Living and Majestic God. Join us as we explore in detail what Khilafat is.

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Living History

23:00Wednesday

Living History - Voice of Islam

23:00Wednesday

Episode 31. Middle East-the Cradle of Civilisation. Part 2 will look at the Great Prophets, Kings and Empires of the Middle East, from the Akkadian Empire to the Assyrian, Babylonian and Egyptian Empires. These Empires have fascinated us from their interactions with Great Prophets and from the archaeological discoveries.

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Pathway To Peace

00:00Thursday

Pathway To Peace

00:00Thursday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 2nd January 2022.

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The Breakfast Show

01:00Thursday

The_Breakfast_Show

01:00Thursday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a live news discussion programme recorded on 18th January 2022.

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Understanding Islam

03:00Thursday

Understanding Islam

03:00Thursday

Series Five, Episode 7. Sunnah – Holy Prophet’s safeguarding the interest of the poor. Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby is joined by Alex Borthwick to discuss the second source in Islam – Sunnah. We will be discussing the different aspects of the Life of the Holy Prophet from the book ’Life of Muhammad’ by Hazrat Mirza Bashiruddin Ahmad, the second Khalifa of Ahmadiyyat. In this programme they will discuss the Holy Prophet’s safeguarding the interest of the poor and his treatment of slaves, neighbours and relatives.

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Drive Time

04:00Thursday

Drive Time VOI

04:00Thursday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a topical discussion programme recorded on 18th January 2022. Global wellbeing: Sustainable development goals: Over the last few years, governing powers have been working hard to achieve the targets set by the United Nations. Join us today as we discuss the sustainable development goals set by the UN and their progress.

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Poets for Peace

06:00Thursday

Poets for Peace

06:00Thursday

Episode 10: In this show we shall be shedding some light on what is meant by the Messiah, and if he has come, then who is he and where is he. And I hope the poetry you will hear today will give us all an insight into understanding these questions and their answers too… through Poetry of course! We shall be hearing poetry that was written by Hazrat Mirza Ghulaam Ahmad who claimed to be this Promised Messiah of the latter days. We shall also be hearing the echoing sounds of the poet and singer Ishmail Baffour, the Scottish poet and Teacher Joseph McTaggart, the working class poetical philanthropist Hamaad Ur Rehman, and finally the distinguished poet Issah Ahmad Wemah.

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Tilawat

06:30Thursday

Voice of Islam

06:30Thursday

Tune is to hear recitation of the Holy Qur'an, Chapter 4 Verse 13-24. 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 5 Episode 1: In this episode the Around the Table team investigates the impact of Climate Change on the planet Earth. The team explores the causes and drivers of climate change, but doesn't limit the investigation to just the environmental impact. The investigation also focuses on us, how we live and how life on Earth will be impacted. Join us as we explore the facts and figures describing Climate Change and aim to unearth the possible outcomes of it and what could happen if the problem persists unchecked. Is it all doom and gloom? Tune in to find out.

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Living History

10:00Thursday

Living History - Voice of Islam

10:00Thursday

Episode 32. Middle East-the Cradle of Civilisation. Part 3 looks at the Amazing Assyrian and Babylonian Empires, which shaped so much of the world that came to be inherited by the descendants of the Patriarch Abraham.

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Understanding Islam

11:00Thursday

Understanding Islam

11:00Thursday

Series Five, Episode 8. Sunnah – Holy Prophet’s keeping good company. Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby is joined by Alex Borthwick to discuss the second source in Islam – Sunnah. We will be discussing the different aspects of the Life of the Holy Prophet from the book ’Life of Muhammad’ by Hazrat Mirza Bashiruddin Ahmad, the second Khalifa of Ahmadiyyat. In this programme they will discuss about the Holy Prophet’s keeping good company, safeguarding people’s faith and overlooking faults of others.

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Real Talk

12:00Thursday

Voice of Islam

12:00Thursday

Episode 9. Materialsm & Existence of God. A talk show series discussing social issues affecting todays youth. In this episode the Real Talk team in Canada explores the topic of Materialsm & Existence of God.

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Medical Matters

13:00Thursday

Medical Matters

13:00Thursday

Episode 4. As per WHO estimate, 1.13 billion people worldwide have high blood pressure or hypertension. Almost all of them known as essential or primary hypertension. This an entirely a treatable condition. Unfortunately, a vast majority of the hypertensive patients are undertreated, and a significant number of people are unaware that they have high blood pressure. In this episode, we discuss the importance of health check and how to monitor blood pressure at home. We also highlighted the complications of untreated hypertension.

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Journey To Islam

13:30Thursday

Voice of Islam

13:30Thursday

Inspirational story of how Tahir Selby accepted Islam Ahmadiyyat.

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Faith In Focus

14:00Thursday

Faith In Focus

14:00Thursday

Episode 116. The beauty of nature reflects and reminds us of the sublime Beauty of God. During spring and summer we have the opportunity to observe and appreciate the vast display of flowers and shrubs provided by our Creator. Gardening is the perfect way to communicate with the beauty of nature and create your own little haven. We will look at different varieties of flowers and shrubs and gardening tips - planting, watering and plant feeds and cover sustainability by discussing the trend and benefits of growing fruit and vegetables in your garden or allotment.

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Living History

15:00Thursday

Living History - Voice of Islam

15:00Thursday

Episode 33. Middle East-the Cradle of Civilisation. In Part 4 and the last of the series we are going to look at the amazing Egyptian civilisation and its interaction with the Israelites and other great empires.

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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. Addiction: Don’t get held back. A lot has changed since technology engulfed the world. Addiction was most commonly associated with drugs, alcohol or gambling but it has now been increasingly linked with screen time, shopping, and many other things. Media: How is Islam portrayed? Consumption of media in this day and age plays a large part of our daily lives and can influence our thoughts and perceptions of reality. Join us as we discuss how Islam is portrayed in mainstream media and the consequences of fake news.

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Voice Of Caliph

18:00Thursday

Voice Of Caliph

18:00Thursday

Episode 22. A key note address delivered by His Holiness Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, the Worldwide Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community (may Allah be his helper) on the occasion of the inauguration of the “Khilafat Centenary Hall,” built next to the Baitul Huda Mosque in Sydney on 18th October 2013. The event was attended by more than 200 dignitaries and guests, including a range of Federal and State Parliamentarians.

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Words Of Wisdom

18:30Thursday

Voice of Islam

18:30Thursday

Episode 2. Tune in to hear a speech by Rafiq Ahmed Hayat, National President of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK at the Annual Convention in 2016, titled The Holy Prophet's (Peace and Blessing of Allah be upon him) Treatment of Non Muslims.

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Living History

19:00Thursday

Living History - Voice of Islam

19:00Thursday

Episode 34. Everyone agrees that China’s rise and transformation over the last few decades has been absolutely amazing. Napoleon had once remarked about China “Let her sleep, for when she wakes she will shake the world”. It seems China has re-awakened, and it is making its presence being felt all around the world. When we look at the overall recorded history of the world, which goes back several thousand years, Asia has been the most important region of the world. For nearly two thousand years, until the mid-1800s, China, and India, were the biggest economies of the world. In many ways the last 200 years of European dominance have been an aberration. Human civilisations and nations are like living organisms, they have life cycles. Some evolve into new nations and cultures and some totally disappear from the face of the globe. China represents a large nation and a civilisation, which has gone through several cycles and has had many ups and downs. China is the only ancient civilisation to fall down several times and rise again to enter the modern world. One of the most important distinguishing features of China is that it is a civilisational state, unlike many other states in the world. For about two and a half thousand years there has been a Chinese nation using a Chinese language. China has had a continuing experience of civilisation rivalled in duration only by that of ancient Egypt. Dr Mohammed Iqbal the host of Living History will explore the rich history of China in a four part programme with his panelists Arif Ahmed and Yousaf Aftab. Part 1 of this 4 Part series, which will cover the period from the Xia dynasty- the earliest dynasty to the Sui dynasty which was replaced by the Tang Dynasty in 618 CE.

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Art Of The Islamic World

20:00Thursday

Art Of The Islamic World

20:00Thursday

Episode 7. In this episode we are joined by Peter Sanders. We will ask him how he started photography, his passion for photography and his journey to Islam. Join us as to hear about his passion for Islamic art, how he travelled around the world, his visit to the Jalsa Salana and about his meeting with his holiness.

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Faith In Focus

21:00Thursday

Faith In Focus

21:00Thursday

Episode 117. What is the value of truth and why is it so important? How is it linked to faith and how can we judge our own truth in relation to others? And is there such a thing as the ultimate truth?

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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 18th January 2022. Global wellbeing: Sustainable development goals: Over the last few years, governing powers have been working hard to achieve the targets set by the United Nations. Join us today as we discuss the sustainable development goals set by the UN and their progress.

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Voice Of Caliph

00:00Friday

Voice Of Caliph

00:00Friday

Episode 17. An 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 the Maryam Mosque, Galway, Ireland, delivered on 26th September 2014.

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Book Corner

00:30Friday

Book Corner

00:30Friday

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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Faith In Focus

01:00Friday

Faith In Focus

01:00Friday

Episode 118. The responsibilities we shoulder in becoming parents are ones that we only truly learn about whilst on that journey having become parents. In this programme we will share guidance provided by Islam for those of us in this role and discuss the cycle of both duty and responsibility in family life. What are the new challenges facing us in this role and the new generation? What can we do to negate and minimise the negative implications of these challenges on our children whilst retaining happiness and keeping our relationships with our children strong?

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Understanding Islam

02:00Friday

Understanding Islam

02:00Friday

Series Five, Episode 9. Sunnah – Holy Prophet’s patience in adversity. Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby is joined by Alex Borthwick to discuss the second source in Islam – Sunnah. We will be discussing the different aspects of the Life of the Holy Prophet from the book ’Life of Muhammad’ by Hazrat Mirza Bashiruddin Ahmad, the Second Khalifa of Ahmadiyyat. In this programme they will discuss about the Holy Prophet’s patience in adversity, mutual co-operation, truthfulness, pessimism, cruelty to animals, tolerance in religious matters, bravery and fulfilment of covenants. Also that the life of the Holy Prophet was an open book and some impressions of the book.

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Drive Time

03:00Friday

Drive Time VOI

03:00Friday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a topical discussion programme recorded on 19th January 2022. Qualities of a righteous believer: The purpose of our being is to worship God and attain nearness to Him. But how can we do this? What are the qualities needed of a righteous believer?

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Beacon Of Truth

05:00Friday

Voice of Islam

05:00Friday

Episode 7: An interactive English talk show series exploring various matters relating to Islam, the beacon of truth. Death is a certainty of life and for the believers the hereafter is also a certainty. And yet as time passes it seems that society is drifting further away from God. What is the cause of all this Godlessness and what can be done about it now? Join us as we discuss Godlessness in today's program.

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Poets for Peace

06:00Friday

Poets for Peace

06:00Friday

Episode 9: We shall be chatting to the Poet Nasar Bhunoo and hearing 5 selected poems that also share moments of his life and influences as a Ahmadi Muslim growing up in the UK. Nasar was born and bred in London, has an Indian Mother and a Mauritian father and is an English teacher by day.

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Tilawat

06:30Friday

Voice of Islam

06:30Friday

Tune is to hear recitation of the Holy Qur'an, Chapter 4 Verse 25-44. Recitation of the Holy Qur'an is by Maulana Feroz Alam.

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Breakfast Show

07:00Friday

The_Breakfast_Show

07:00Friday

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

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Voice Of Caliph

09:00Friday

Voice Of Caliph

09:00Friday

Episode 47. The 27th April 2012 marked the historic occasion when the Darul Amaan Mosque in Manchester was inaugrated by Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, His Holiness Mirza Masroor Ahmad may Allah be his Helper. To mark the event a reception was held that was attended by large number of guests including the Tony Lloyd, MP for Manchester Central, and local neighbours.

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Poets for Peace

09:30Friday

Poets for Peace

09:30Friday

Episode 10: In this show we shall be shedding some light on what is meant by the Messiah, and if he has come, then who is he and where is he. And I hope the poetry you will hear today will give us all an insight into understanding these questions and their answers too… through Poetry of course! We shall be hearing poetry that was written by Hazrat Mirza Ghulaam Ahmad who claimed to be this Promised Messiah of the latter days. We shall also be hearing the echoing sounds of the poet and singer Ishmail Baffour, the Scottish poet and Teacher Joseph McTaggart, the working class poetical philanthropist Hamaad Ur Rehman, and finally the distinguished poet Issah Ahmad Wemah.

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10:00Friday

Episode 8. In this episode we talk about Adam Williamson’s background and accolades. He will share his various experiences with masters as well as Prince Charles. We will look at his work including Queen Mother memorial and discuss the differences between geometry and biomorphic art and much more.

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Faith In Focus

11:00Friday

Faith In Focus

11:00Friday

Episode 120. Young people are constantly being told they are too optimistic or idealistic. This is something young people have always been told. What is it about being young which makes us optimistic? Is optimism a beneficial quality to have or does it only lead to disappointment? And most importantly do we lose optimism as we grow older?

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Living History

12:00Friday

Living History - Voice of Islam

12:00Friday

Episode 35. Everyone agrees that China’s rise and transformation over the last few decades has been absolutely amazing. Napoleon had once remarked about China “Let her sleep, for when she wakes she will shake the world”. It seems China has re-awakened, and it is making its presence being felt all around the world. When we look at the overall recorded history of the world, which goes back several thousand years, Asia has been the most important region of the world. For nearly two thousand years, until the mid-1800s, China, and India, were the biggest economies of the world. In many ways the last 200 years of European dominance have been an aberration. Human civilisations and nations are like living organisms, they have life cycles. Some evolve into new nations and cultures and some totally disappear from the face of the globe. China represents a large nation and a civilisation, which has gone through several cycles and has had many ups and downs. China is the only ancient civilisation to fall down several times and rise again to enter the modern world. One of the most important distinguishing features of China is that it is a civilisational state, unlike many other states in the world. For about two and a half thousand years there has been a Chinese nation using a Chinese language. China has had a continuing experience of civilisation rivalled in duration only by that of ancient Egypt. Dr Mohammed Iqbal the host of Living History will explore the rich history of China in a four part programme with his panelists Arif Ahmed and Yousaf Aftab. This is Part 2 of this 4 Part series, which will cover the period from the Tang dynasty all the way to the Yuan dynasty established by the Mongol Empire in 1279 CE.

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Friday Sermon

13:00Friday

Voice Of Caliph

13:00Friday

LIVE English translation of the Friday sermon of His Holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (May Allah be his Helper), from Baitul Futuh Mosque, London.

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Pathway To Peace

14:00Friday

Pathway To Peace

14:00Friday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 9th January 2022.

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Around The Table

15:00Friday

Around The Table

15:00Friday

Season 5 Episode 2: This week the team takes a journey through the historical narrative of how scientific discoveries and technological advancements were made during and after the Islamic Golden Age. How esteemed scientists leveraged the instructions of the Holy Qur'an to deepen human understanding of the universe and help civilisation progress. Moreover, the team reflects on some of the prophecies held within the Qur'an about societal and technological progress and how the raising of the Promised Messiah (upon whom be peace) coincided with this.

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Drive Time

16:00Friday

Drive Time VOI

16:00Friday

Join in the debate of the day in this live interactive discussion programme. Student life: Students have different aspects of study life to manage. Join us today as we discuss student loans, career choices and lifestyles.

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Poets for Peace

18:00Friday

Poets for Peace

18:00Friday

Episode 14: In this show, we shall be speaking with a special guest on this show and hearing inspiring poetry from the acclaimed poet Alex Borthwick, who is from Durham in northeast England. Alex found an intimate link between spirituality and writing poetry, as poetry allowed him to think about spirituality in unique ways, which is why he found it perfect to develop his spirituality. We shall be hearing about his life, why he converted to Islam Ahmadiyyat, and hearing a selection of 12 poems which he had written to express his emotions as he went through the process of converting, and hence clarify his thoughts during this inspirational journey.

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Saturday Morning Live

19:00Friday

Saturday Morning Live

19:00Friday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a live news discussion programme recorded on 15th January 2022.

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Drive Time

21:00Friday

Drive Time VOI

21:00Friday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a topical discussion programme recorded on 19th January 2022. Qualities of a righteous believer: The purpose of our being is to worship God and attain nearness to Him. But how can we do this? What are the qualities needed of a righteous believer?

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Pathway To Peace

23:00Friday

Pathway To Peace

23:00Friday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 16th January 2022.

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Faith In Focus

00:00Saturday

Faith In Focus

00:00Saturday

Episode 121: An in depth look at the issue of happiness. What is happiness? Can happiness be taught? Can we make ourselves happy? Is happiness useful for life? Also looking at scriptures and religious values and analysing how they describe, measure and assign significance to happiness.

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Drive Time

01:00Saturday

Drive Time VOI

01:00Saturday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a topical discussion programme recorded on 20th January 2022. Addiction: Don’t get held back. A lot has changed since technology engulfed the world. Addiction was most commonly associated with drugs, alcohol or gambling but it has now been increasingly linked with screen time, shopping, and many other things. Media: How is Islam portrayed? Consumption of media in this day and age plays a large part of our daily lives and can influence our thoughts and perceptions of reality. Join us as we discuss how Islam is portrayed in mainstream media and the consequences of fake news.

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Saturday Morning Live

03:00Saturday

Saturday Morning Live

03:00Saturday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a live news discussion programme recorded on 15th January 2022.

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Science Hour

05:00Saturday

Science Hour

05:00Saturday

Series 2 Episode 2. In the first part of this episode we will present certain verses of the Holy Qur’an discuss them in relation to science. In the second part of this episode the Islamic perspective in dealing with diseases will be elaborated upon.

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Islamic Jurisprudence

06:00Saturday

Voice of islam radio programme

06:00Saturday

Episode 2. Prerequisites of prayer. An English discussion programme on issues related to Islamic jurisprudence.

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Tilawat

06:30Saturday

Voice of Islam

06:30Saturday

Tune is to hear recitation of the Holy Qur'an, Chapter 4 Verse 44-66. Recitation of the Holy Qur'an is by Maulana Feroz Alam.

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Around The Table

07:00Saturday

Around The Table

07:00Saturday

Season 5 Episode 3: In this episode the team have a frank conversation about a topic that most of us would rather not address; Nuclear war. It may surprise you to learn that the looming threat of a nuclear war has never been closer than it is now. Nuclear powers are modernising and strengthening their arsenals, weapons systems are becoming more efficient and usable in a greater variety of scenarios and the landscape of legislative control is weakening. Join the team in this episode as they take a look at all of these aspects and more - tracing the history of the weapon, the near-misses that occurred during the Cold War and the heightened risks humanity is facing into today.

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Voice Of Caliph

08:00Saturday

Voice Of Caliph

08:00Saturday

Episode 4. An address delivered by His Holiness Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, the Worldwide Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, at the Ahmadiyya Annual Peace Symposium 2010.

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Documentary

08:30Saturday

Voice of Islam

08:30Saturday

A documentary exploring the persecution faced by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.

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Pathway To Peace

09:00Saturday

Pathway To Peace

09:00Saturday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 26th December 2021.

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Saturday Morning Live

10:00Saturday

Saturday Morning Live

10:00Saturday

A live show discussing the major news stories of the week.

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Understanding Islam

12:00Saturday

Understanding Islam

12:00Saturday

Series six Episode 1. Prophets of Allah mentioned in the Holy Qur’an – The Prophet Adam (a.s.). Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby is joined by Farhan Ali to discuss about the prophets of Allah mentioned in the Holy Qur’an. We discuss the different views from the Holy Qur’an and Holy Bible, particularly about any allegations that has been raised concerning the prophet, as the Holy Qur’an views all the prophets of Allah as sinless. In this programme they will discuss about the Prophet Adam (a.s.).

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Faith In Focus

13:00Saturday

Faith In Focus

13:00Saturday

Episode 122 - The Environment and Climate Change The way humans are treating, and have treated, the environment is a live issue. “We are facing an unprecedented global climate emergency. The government has failed to protect us. To survive, it's going to take everything we've got.” Such are the words of the renowned climate crisis activist organisation Extinction Rebellion. Thus, when climate change is such a contentious issue, it has to be asked: what is the religious stance on this matter? Is there an Islamic viewpoint- and if so, what is it? When thousands of young people are attempting to save the planet, does faith help their cause?

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Voice Of Caliph

14:00Saturday

Voice Of Caliph

14:00Saturday

Episode 17. An 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 the Maryam Mosque, Galway, Ireland, delivered on 26th September 2014.

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Documentary

14:30Saturday

Voice of Islam

14:30Saturday

The History of Fasting in Various Religions. Learn about the practice of fasting in various religions throughout the world from Hinduism, Judaism and Christianity, to Buddhism, Sikhism and Islam, and how they have developed over the course of history. We will explore how the practice of fasting has become a universal and uniting element in all faiths and why many people still fast today not just for its spiritual benefits, but also for its health benefits.

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Pathway To Peace

15:00Saturday

Pathway To Peace

15:00Saturday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 2nd January 2022.

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Art Of The Islamic World

16:00Saturday

Art Of The Islamic World

16:00Saturday

Episode 9. Tune is to find out about the Al Qalam Project and how it has never been done in the history of Islam, How every verse is written with different people How it started with a meeting with Hazur and how it was inaugurated The first beginnings and how it was launched within Jalsa How it travelled around the world Personal experiences with the project The man in India who wrote the whole Quran after being inspired by the Al Qalam Project The processes of compilation The future of the Al Qalam Project.

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Beacon Of Truth

17:00Saturday

Voice of Islam

17:00Saturday

Episode 8: An interactive English talk show series exploring various matters relating to Islam, the beacon of truth. We are living in times of constant restlessness and just like our bodies need comfort, our souls also long for a sense of peace. The question is how do we achieve it? Join us in our discussion about prayer and meditation.

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Science Hour

18:00Saturday

Science Hour

18:00Saturday

Series 2 Episode 3. Join us as we discuss about Holy Qur’an and verses relating to the creation of man. During this episode there will be a guest speaker, who will speak on the topic of Psychological impact of covid 19. At the concluding section there will be a discussion about early muslim scientists and with particular focus on Ibn Al Haytham. Throughout the episode the panel will be assisting in analysing the topic at hand, through making important comments and asking some questions, to ensure that the program has a good discussion element to it.

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Around The Table

19:00Saturday

Around The Table

19:00Saturday

Season 6 Episode 1. This episode covers technology - both present and emerging - and how it is used for positive and possibly negative purposes. We will be discussing different types technologies and the role of data and its manipulation.

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Understanding Islam

20:00Saturday

Understanding Islam

20:00Saturday

Series Six, Episode 2. Prophets of Allah mentioned in the Holy Qur’an – The Prophet Noah (a.s.). Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby is joined by Farhan Ali to discuss about the prophets of Allah mentioned in the Holy Qur’an. We discuss the different views from the Holy Qur’an and Holy Bible, particularly about any allegations that has been raised concerning the prophet, as the Holy Qur’an views all the prophets of Allah as sinless. In this programme they will discuss about the Prophet Noah (a.s.).

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Drive Time

21:00Saturday

Drive Time VOI

21:00Saturday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a topical discussion programme recorded on 20th January 2022. Addiction: Don’t get held back. A lot has changed since technology engulfed the world. Addiction was most commonly associated with drugs, alcohol or gambling but it has now been increasingly linked with screen time, shopping, and many other things. Media: How is Islam portrayed? Consumption of media in this day and age plays a large part of our daily lives and can influence our thoughts and perceptions of reality. Join us as we discuss how Islam is portrayed in mainstream media and the consequences of fake news.

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Faith In Focus

23:00Saturday

Faith In Focus

23:00Saturday

Episode 123. Islam-Known Health Benefits: What does Islam and the Quran have to say on the topic of health? Islamic teachings are examined in the context of physical and mental health. What do adherents of the five pillars of Islam gain from their devotion? We look at Salat, zakat and fasting in detail through published research. We discuss mechanisms by which Islamic teaching and practice may exert effects on physical and mental health and investigate religious emotions such as humility, forgiveness, and gratitude and the health benefits these confer.

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Saturday Morning Live

00:00Sunday

Saturday Morning Live

00:00Sunday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a live news discussion programme recorded on 15th January 2022.

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Living History

02:00Sunday

Living History - Voice of Islam

02:00Sunday

Episode 36. Everyone agrees that China’s rise and transformation over the last few decades has been absolutely amazing. Napoleon had once remarked about China “Let her sleep, for when she wakes she will shake the world”. It seems China has re-awakened, and it is making its presence being felt all around the world. When we look at the overall recorded history of the world, which goes back several thousand years, Asia has been the most important region of the world. For nearly two thousand years, until the mid-1800s, China, and India, were the biggest economies of the world. In many ways the last 200 years of European dominance have been an aberration. Human civilisations and nations are like living organisms, they have life cycles. Some evolve into new nations and cultures and some totally disappear from the face of the globe. China represents a large nation and a civilisation, which has gone through several cycles and has had many ups and downs. China is the only ancient civilisation to fall down several times and rise again to enter the modern world. One of the most important distinguishing features of China is that it is a civilisational state, unlike many other states in the world. For about two and a half thousand years there has been a Chinese nation using a Chinese language. China has had a continuing experience of civilisation rivalled in duration only by that of ancient Egypt. Dr Mohammed Iqbal the host of Living History will explore the rich history of China in a four part programme with his panelists Arif Ahmed and Yousaf Aftab. This is Part 3 of this 4 Part series, which will cover the Great Ming dynasty which replaced the Mongol Yuan dynasty and finished off with the Qing dynasty which eventually capitulated to the European powers bringing imperial rule to an end.

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Drive Time

03:00Sunday

Drive Time VOI

03:00Sunday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a topical discussion programme recorded on 21st January 2022. Student life: Students have different aspects of study life to manage. Join us today as we discuss student loans, career choices and lifestyles.

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Pathway To Peace

05:00Sunday

Pathway To Peace

05:00Sunday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 9th January 2022.

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Book Corner

06:00Sunday

Book Corner

06:00Sunday

Prophet Adam (peace be upon him)- Naeem Osman Memon- Learn about the christian and Islamic interpretation on the life of the first prophet, the Prophet Adam (peace be upon him).

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Tilawat

06:30Sunday

Voice of Islam

06:30Sunday

Tune is to hear recitation of the Holy Qur'an, Chapter 4 Verse 67-89. Recitation of the Holy Qur'an is by Maulana Feroz Alam.

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Faith In Focus

07:00Sunday

Faith In Focus

07:00Sunday

Episode 124. Fragrance: While many things throughout our life can trigger a sense of nostalgia, nothing has the power to make us viscerally relive the past like a fragrance. Nothing is more memorable than a scent. In this episode of Faith in Focus, we look at the origins of fragrance, its purpose and use. How does fragrance impact on our emotions and why? What are the cultural variations when it comes to perceiving the role of scents and how do different religions perceive fragrance. In this programme we shall be discussing all this and more on the topic of ‘Fragrance'.

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Voice Of Caliph

08:00Sunday

Voice Of Caliph

08:00Sunday

Episode 42. An address delivered, on 18th 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 Ghafoor Mosque in West Midlands. The event was attended by dignitaries including mayors, politicians, local community leaders and members of the local community.

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Book Corner

08:30Sunday

Book Corner

08:30Sunday

Life of Prophet Yusuf. Part 1. Join us as we explore the life and trials of the great Prophet Yusuf pbuh (Joseph). We will explore how all monotheistic religions celebrate the life of the great prophet, learn of the struggles he faces on the path to greatness and how he was revered in history as a dream interpreter.

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Around The Table

09:00Sunday

Around The Table

09:00Sunday

Season 6 Episode 4: In this episode, we discuss the coronavirus and its effect on the countries hardest hit by this global pandemic. The panel look at pandemics around the world, looking through the 20th and 21st century and how different countries have responded to the pandemic in their own particular way. We look at the implications of lockdown and the outlook and prognosis for the future in terms of the economic and social impact.

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Weekend World

10:00Sunday

Weekend World

10:00Sunday

With Dr Hammad Khan. A live show discussing the major news stories of the week.

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Understanding Islam

12:00Sunday

Understanding Islam

12:00Sunday

Series Six, Episode 3. Prophets of Allah mentioned in the Holy Qur’an – The Prophets Hud (a.s.), Saleh (a.s.) and Ibrahim (a.s.). Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby talks about the prophets of Allah mentioned in the Holy Qur’an. He discusses the different views from the Holy Qur’an and Holy Bible, particularly about any allegations that has been raised concerning the prophet, as the Holy Qur’an views all the prophets of Allah as sinless. In this programme he will discuss about the Prophets Hud, (a.s.), Saleh (a.s.) and Ibrahim (a.s.).

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Drive Time

13:00Sunday

Drive Time VOI

13:00Sunday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a topical discussion programme recorded on 21st January 2022. Student life: Students have different aspects of study life to manage. Join us today as we discuss student loans, career choices and lifestyles.

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Faith In Focus

15:00Sunday

Faith In Focus

15:00Sunday

Episode 125 Jewellery: Adorning ourselves goes back generations, from simple thread necklaces to the expensive pieces such as the crown jewels themselves. Join us for a look at the world of jewellery and precious metals and their significance in faith and cultures around the world, particularly as we focus on the Hindu, Sikh and Christian symbolic jewellery. Also a look at precious metals mentioned in Holy Scriptures.

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Around The Table

16:00Sunday

Around The Table

16:00Sunday

Season 6 Episode 5: In this episode the panel discuss the discovery of oil and how it became the driving force of the world economy by the 20th century. The impact of oil and its multitude of uses in our daily lives has brought with it many challenges and has been the cause of conflict the world over. Here the panel look at this impact in more detail and how the use of oil stands in the 21st century. The future of oil, renewable energy and the availability of this global commodity will be discussed.

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Living History

17:00Sunday

Living History - Voice of Islam

17:00Sunday

Episode 37. Everyone agrees that China’s rise and transformation over the last few decades has been absolutely amazing. Napoleon had once remarked about China “Let her sleep, for when she wakes she will shake the world”. It seems China has re-awakened, and it is making its presence being felt all around the world. When we look at the overall recorded history of the world, which goes back several thousand years, Asia has been the most important region of the world. For nearly two thousand years, until the mid-1800s, China, and India, were the biggest economies of the world. In many ways the last 200 years of European dominance have been an aberration. Human civilisations and nations are like living organisms, they have life cycles. Some evolve into new nations and cultures and some totally disappear from the face of the globe. China represents a large nation and a civilisation, which has gone through several cycles and has had many ups and downs. China is the only ancient civilisation to fall down several times and rise again to enter the modern world. One of the most important distinguishing features of China is that it is a civilisational state, unlike many other states in the world. For about two and a half thousand years there has been a Chinese nation using a Chinese language. China has had a continuing experience of civilisation rivalled in duration only by that of ancient Egypt. Dr Mohammed Iqbal the host of Living History will explore the rich history of China in a four part programme with his panelists Arif Ahmed and Yousaf Aftab. This is part 4 of this 4 part series, which will cover the rise of Modern China after the end of the Qing dynasty in 1912 and how it became an economic powerhouse.

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Voice Of Caliph

18:00Sunday

Voice Of Caliph

18:00Sunday

Episode 39. An address delivered by the Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, His Holiness Mirza Masroor Ahmad (may Allah be his Helper) on 4th November 2016 at the historic occasion when the Mahmood Mosque (Mosque of the Praiseworthy) in Regina, Canada was inaugurated. The event was attended by more than 180 guests, including the Premier of Saskatchewan, Brad Wall.

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Words Of Wisdom

18:30Sunday

Voice of Islam

18:30Sunday

Episode 17. In today's episode we look back upon a speech delivered by Bilal Atkinson about the Practical Requirements of the Conditions of Bai-at the pledge of allegiance.

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Pathway To Peace

19:00Sunday

Pathway To Peace

19:00Sunday

Tune in to this live interactive show where we try and discover the road to peace and a brighter future.

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The Breakfast Show

20:00Sunday