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Pathway To Peace

00:00Monday

Pathway To Peace

00:00Monday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 14th January 2024.

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Sisters On Air

01:00Monday

Sisters on Air

01:00Monday

Episode 12. Women tend to share their emotions more than men and this is at times misconstrued as weakness. Why is so and how does this impact women’s mental health down the line? According to the Department of Health and Social Care rates of mental health issues are rising more quickly for women than for men. What causes this alarming fact? What impact does becoming a mother have on a woman’s mental health? What role does social media have on women’s body image and how does it impact their mental health?

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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 12th April 2024.

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Faith In Focus

04:00Monday

Faith In Focus

04:00Monday

Episode 98. Tick Tick Tock: a tale of a curious clock. Have we ever really thought about what time is? Did we invent it? Is it simply what the clock reads? Time is not a constant. It does not 'move along' at the same 'speed' for everyone. It depends on how fast you are moving through space. Is it inextricably linked to space? Can time exist independently of space? Can there be space without time and what indeed the 'eras' according to Torah, Bible and Qur’an.

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Pathway To Peace

05:00Monday

Pathway To Peace

05:00Monday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 21st January 2024.

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Poets for Peace

06:00Monday

Poets for Peace

06:00Monday

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

06:30Monday

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

06:30Monday

Tune is to hear recitation of the Holy Qur'an, Chapter 9 Verse 94-123. 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 2. Episode 2. Khilafat. Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby is joined by Farhan Ali and Stuart Chatto to discuss about Ahmadiyyat, the true Islam. In this programme they discuss the need and blessings of a Khalifa, the importance of obedience to the Khalifa and how a Khalifa is elected?

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Living History

10:00Monday

Living History - Voice of Islam

10:00Monday

Episode 10. The Umayyad Caliphate (661-750 CE). The origin of the Umayyad dynasty, their achievements and expansion of the Islamic empire.

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Faith In Focus

11:00Monday

Faith In Focus

11:00Monday

Episode 99: Birds of a Feather On today’s programme we take a look at the phrase, ‘Birds of a feather’, with reference to the Abrahamic faiths and the significance of birds especially the story attached to Jesus on whom be peace. Join us for a report on bird deities and importance in other faith and cultures and a closer look at some of the world’s winged friends.

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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 13th April 2024.

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Science Hour

14:00Monday

Science Hour

14:00Monday

Series 3 Episode 8. Moonsighting and its importance in Islam. There will be a brief introduction to the topic of moon sighting. An overview of the religious and historical perspectives on crescent moon sighting will be presented. This will include the Holy Quran and Hadith about moon sighting. A brief discussion about the early Muslim scholars and their insights and progress in relation to moon sighting, such as the works of Abu Rayhan al-Biruni. Professor Bernard Yallop’s criterion for crescent moon sighting models and will be presented and how these criteria are employed. This will include a brief discussion about visibility curves – criteria, altitude, elongation, whilst trying to keep the material as accessible and understandable as possible. There will be discussion about why different Muslims groups tend to celebrate Eid or start of Ramadan on different days. This will include a brief discussion about the difference between the new moon, which is when the moon is first visible, as compared to when the “astronomical new moon” occurs. 

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Sisters On Air

15:00Monday

Sisters on Air

15:00Monday

Episode 13. Islamic teachings suggest that the way to success is in the continuous pursuit of knowledge. Indeed, often the literacy rates of the people of a nation, especially women, reflects economic and societal success, where their knowledge, talents and skills contribute towards national prosperity. In this episode of Sisters on Air, we will be exploring these ideas, hearing directly from Muslim women – students and teachers – of their experiences, motivations and strategies, the role Islam has played in their pursuit of knowledge and the challenges they have faced and overcome as Muslim Women in academia.

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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 101 Fear Exploration of the notion of fear across the centuries and across the faiths. What is the meaning of fear? What are the different types of fear? How does the concept of Fear differ between the faiths? Looking specifically at religious notions of Fear of God and fear of mankind/others. What is the common features in the concept of Fear of God? Focus on notions of Fear from the Holy Quran and writings of the Promised Messiah (on whom be peace). How the concept of fear changed over time and what has is the role of fear in the modern world?

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Pathway To Peace

19:00Monday

Pathway To Peace

19:00Monday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 4th February 2024.

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Living History

20:00Monday

Living History - Voice of Islam

20:00Monday

Episode 13. The Ummayyad Caliphate in Spain - In this episode we look at its origins and break from the Abbassid Caliphate and highlight some of the great achievements under the various rulers. We also briefly explore the contributions made by great figures like Ibn Rushd and others under this Caliphate.

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Voice Of Caliph

21:00Monday

Voice Of Caliph

21:00Monday

Episode 58. An address delivered by His Holiness Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (aba) the Worldwide Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, at the Ahmadiyya Annual Peace Symposium 2023.

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Book Corner

21:30Monday

Book Corner

21:30Monday

Rahman Baba: Tune in to hear about the life and works of the the famous mughal poet Rahman Baba. Celebrated by Pahstoons as a great religious scholar we will be taking a look at his life and works and how he used his poetry to celebrate his Love for God, Islam and the Holy prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him). We will hear about his interpretation on the various meanings of life. Book: Da Rahman Baba Daiwan Ke (The Anthology of Rahman Baba)

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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 12th April 2024.

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Voice Of Caliph

00:00Tuesday

Voice Of Caliph

00:00Tuesday

Episode 57. 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 Baitul Afiyat Mosque in Sheffield. The event was attended by dignitaries including politicians, local community leaders and members of the local community.

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Book Corner

00:30Tuesday

Book Corner

00:30Tuesday

Episode 53. On the 1st October 2019, the World Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, the Fifth Khalifa (Caliph), His Holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad inaugurated the Baitul Afiyat Mosque (The House of Peace and Security) in Almere, Holland. The event was attended by around 80 dignitaries and guests. The highlight of the event was the keynote address delivered by Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad during which he explained the true purposes of Mosques and highlighted the importance of fulfilling the rights of mankind in light of the teachings of Islam.

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Drive Time

01:00Tuesday

Drive Time VOI

01:00Tuesday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a topical discussion programme recorded on 11th April 2024.

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Sisters On Air

03:00Tuesday

Sisters on Air

03:00Tuesday

Episode 14. In Islam we have inspirational leadership of the blessed model of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) or other Prophets of Allah. However, for this show we bring attention onto women leaders in Islam. We answer some misconceptions there may be around against women leaders in Islam. Whilst exploring the lives of some inspiring women from early Islam who showed signs of leadership throughout their life. We discuss what impact they have made to the modern day. What lessons can modern day institutions learn from the leadership of women in Islam?

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Pathway To Peace

04:00Tuesday

Pathway To Peace

04:00Tuesday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 23rd June 2022.

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Faith In Focus

05:00Tuesday

Faith In Focus

05:00Tuesday

Episode 102 Learning about the Soul Ever changing, ever advancing and developing. A being in itself, the soul is a spiritual and intellectual energy. It is capable of filling us with a warmth, feeling and emotion that connects us to our Creator. It is what we allow it to be. To recognise it, is a recognition of our consciousness and the journey of our life is most certainly the journey of our soul. In today’s programme we will explore what our soul is? When is this soul created and how can we strengthen and purify it?

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Poets for Peace

06:00Tuesday

Poets for Peace

06:00Tuesday

Episode 15: We shall be hearing the poetical beatings of the humanitarian Dr Shakeel Ahmad’s heart who is from New Malden, followed by the inspiring and motivating poem by the eminent poet Ferzana Akhbar titled ‘Looking for a Leader’. And then the very deep-rooted words from the notable and talented Faiza Kiran from Hartlepool sharing her enchanting poem titled ‘My Guide My Khalifa’. And then from Scotland we will hear words which soar very high from the seasoned Scottish poet Joseph McTaggart with his poem titled ‘The way Show’er’, which then leads us smoothly to the eloquent voice of Farah Iqbal from Bradford with her poetical song titled ‘Our Imam - Our beloved Huzur’. The final poem is the beautifully crafted poem by Fouzia Shah with her poem titled ‘Khilafat in Islamabad, Surrey, UK’

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Tilawat

06:30Tuesday

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

06:30Tuesday

Tune is to hear recitation of the Holy Qur'an, Chapter 9 Verse 123-129 and Chapter 10 Verse 1-28. 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 51. On 17 May 2016, the World Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, the Fifth Caliph, His Holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad delivered the keynote address at a special reception held to mark his first ever visit to Sweden. Over 60 dignitaries and guests, including various Members of Parliament attended the evening reception, which took place at the Sheraton Hotel in Stockholm city centre. During his address, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad spoke in detail about the refugee crisis that has caused uncertainty and instability to spread in Europe during the past year.

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Poets for Peace

09:30Tuesday

Poets for Peace

09:30Tuesday

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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Al Hakam Inspire

10:00Tuesday

Al Hakam Inspire

10:00Tuesday

Episode 4. Our guest is Dr Athar N Malik MD, PhD, Neurosurgery Chief Resident at Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Neuroscience Researcher in Neurobiology. He has a special interest in Brain Circuits, Functional & Restorative Neurosurgery. He is also a member of Muslim Scientists, USA. We speak about how Our Brain Functions, Neuroplasticity and Neural circuits. We discuss how Islam & religion may help humans to reach their potential, and the future of research between Science & Our Spirituality.

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Understanding Islam

11:00Tuesday

Understanding Islam

11:00Tuesday

Series 2. Episode 3. Can a prophet still come? Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby is joined by Farhan Ali (a new convert from a Shi'ite background) and Stuart Chatto (a new convert from a Christian background) to discuss about Ahmadiyyat, the true Islam, in response to our Khalifah's desire that every Ahmadi Muslim should fully understand why they are an Ahmadi Muslim and what are the claims of the Promised Messiah (a.s)? In this programme they will discuss What is a Prophet? What does the word 'Khatam' mean? Does the Qur'an still allow prophets to come? Is there is need for another prophet?

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Living History

12:00Tuesday

Living History - Voice of Islam

12:00Tuesday

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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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

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

13:30Tuesday

Inspirational story of how Muhammad Cisse accepted Islam Ahamdiyyat.

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Faith In Focus

14:00Tuesday

Faith In Focus

14:00Tuesday

Episode 103 Patience Widely considered the “Queen of the Virtues” patience has always been a characteristic associated with those of high morals and good character. Religious Scripture and folklore alike are full of guidance telling us that steadfastness will earn us high esteem not only within our communities, but also, and more importantly for us as Muslims, a life of spiritual tranquillity and nearness to God. So in a life full of challenges and tribulations, how do we live a life of serenity and patience, does faith have the answers?

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Around The Table

15:00Tuesday

Around The Table

15:00Tuesday

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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Drive Time

16:00Tuesday

Drive Time VOI

16:00Tuesday

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

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Science Hour

18:00Tuesday

Science Hour

18:00Tuesday

Episode 2. In this episode of Science Hour we take a look at the early Muslim contributions to the development of science and technology. We also tackle the age old question regarding the existence of God from a scientific and logical perspective.

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Living History

19:00Tuesday

Living History - Voice of Islam

19:00Tuesday

Episode 15. Origins of the Great Mughal Empire. Part II. The achievements of the Great Mughals who followed Akbar, from Jahangir to Aurangzeb are discussed and the end of the Mughal Empire at the hands of the British.

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Sisters On Air

20:00Tuesday

Sisters on Air

20:00Tuesday

Episode 15. After a child’s first day of school, often one of the first things parents ask is, “Did you make any friends?” From that day onwards until the rest of their lives, friendships play a central role in dictating how a person navigates their life, often in a positive way in terms of improving their quality of life, but also sometimes detrimental when roped into the traps of peer pressure and people pleasing. Historically, in the western society women have been rooted against each other and widely portrayed as competitive, jealous and incapable of getting along, many children’s fairy tales being prime examples. But as we explore in this episode of Sisters on Air, this narrative is far from the truth for Muslim women who have a unique perspective when it comes to friendships.

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Drive Time

21:00Tuesday

Drive Time VOI

21:00Tuesday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a topical discussion programme recorded on 11th April 2024.

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Around The Table

23:00Tuesday

Around The Table

23:00Tuesday

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 worldwide. 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 this global commodity's availability will be discussed.

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Faith In Focus

00:00Wednesday

Faith In Focus

00:00Wednesday

Episode 104 Resilience and Growth MindsetResilience and growth mind-set have become popular in modern culture as a way of teaching individuals how to learn from failure and to face challenges. It has developed in response to a rising concern with mental health and well-being and the stresses of modern life. It is gaining popularity in schools and is becoming part of the curriculum. So what is growth mind set – how does it link to resilience and what impact can it have on our lives.What is resilience? Is it a new thing? How can it be defined? Is it important to our lives? Can it be taught or learnt or is it innate?What role does resilience have in faith?What is a growth mind-set and how can this help us to develop resilience? Is this something found in faith?

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Voice Of Caliph

01:00Wednesday

Voice Of Caliph

01:00Wednesday

Episode 48. On the evening of 7th November 2008, the Worldwide Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, the Fifth Khalifah, His Holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad May Allah be his helper delivered the keynote address at a special reception held to mark the inauguration of the Al Mahdi Mosque in Bradford. The event was attended by dignitaries including mayors, politicians, local community leaders and members of the local community.

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Poets for Peace

01:30Wednesday

Poets for Peace

01:30Wednesday

Episode 23. The Theme of this show is the celebration of Eid, and we shall be hearing from six inspiring poets all touching on various aspects of this celebration which is marked by Muslims all over the world. The first poem is from a familiar voice of the show, the charismatic Salim Rahim from Mitcham, certainly a poet of high esteem. This is followed by a poem from sister Bushra Khan who is a doctor and an expert in using her symphony of gifted words to motivate others, who shall be sharing a poem titled ‘Celebrating Rebirth’.

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Living History

02:00Wednesday

Living History - Voice of Islam

02:00Wednesday

Episode 16. Ottoman Empire. Part I. In this episode we take a look at the rise of the Ottoman Empire, exploring the origins from Osman I and the achievements up to Sultan Mehmed II, marking the conquest of Constantinople.

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Drive Time

03:00Wednesday

Drive Time VOI

03:00Wednesday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a topical discussion programme recorded on 15th April 2024.

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Pathway To Peace

05:00Wednesday

Pathway To Peace

05:00Wednesday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 4th February 2024.

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Poets for Peace

06:00Wednesday

Poets for Peace

06:00Wednesday

Episode 20. The theme of this show is I am certain close to all of our hearts, as we all have a mother and we love them very dearly. We shall be hearing from five very talented poets with their varying expressions of love for their Mother which we hope will pluck upon the strings of your heart. No other religion lays so much emphasis on the kindness to your parents than Islam, especially your mother, and we shall explore this in more detail along with hearing some amazing poems about our Dear Mothers.

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Tilawat

06:30Wednesday

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

06:30Wednesday

Tune is to hear recitation of the Holy Qur'an, Chapter 10 Verse 29-72. 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 28th January 2024.

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Voice Of Caliph

10:00Wednesday

Voice Of Caliph

10:00Wednesday

Episode 40. A historic address delivered by His Holiness Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (may Allah be his Helper), the worldwide head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community at the 14th National Peace Symposium, on the subject of 'Global Conflicts & the Need for Justice' from the Baitul Futuh Mosque, London. More than 800 guests attended the unique event including Secretaries of State, parliamentarians, diplomats, faith and civic leaders as well as representatives from numerous charities and faith communities.

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Documentary

10:30Wednesday

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

10:30Wednesday

An introduction to the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.

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Faith In Focus

11:00Wednesday

Faith In Focus

11:00Wednesday

Episode 105. This programme discusses the concept of maternal love and what it means to put this love into practice when brining up a child. Where does the love for one’s child originate and what, if anything, can ever compromise this love? How does one achieve the boundaries between discipline and leniency when it comes to moral and spiritual upbringing of a child? We seek to learn from the examples of parenting by some of Ahmadiyyat’s greatest mothers including the esteemed wife of the Promised Messiah (as) and the mothers of some of the Caliphs of Ahmadiyyat, as well distinguished personalities of the Community such as Sir Zafrullah Khan Sahib and Imam Ataul Mujeeb Rashed, in an attempt to answer the question, ‘a mother’s love – what it truly means.’

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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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Weekend World

13:00Wednesday

Weekend World

13:00Wednesday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a live news discussion programme recorded on 14th April 2024.

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Sisters On Air

15:00Wednesday

Sisters on Air

15:00Wednesday

Episode 16. The treasures and trinkets that this world offers are vast. Just go to any shop or museum and I’d be surprised if you told me you weren’t tempted to have an item, or several items, that you came across. However, does attaining the material desire provide us with the satisfaction that will give us fulfilment? Or is it only an illusion? In this episode, we’ll be speaking about the impact of materialism on our life and whether it is for our benefit or for our detriment. We want to explore whether it is an aid or a detriment in seeking higher fulfilment in life.

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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 106. Today, we will look at substance use and faith, in particular, alcohol and cannabis. There is no doubt that alcohol consumption is an influential part of human culture and civilization. We will look at the history of use of these substances, weigh up the strength of evidence for harm and benefit of these substances. We will look through the lens of religious teachings about the use or the abuse of alcohol and cannabis.

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Pathway To Peace

19:00Wednesday

Pathway To Peace

19:00Wednesday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 11th February 2024.

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Poets for Peace

20:00Wednesday

Poets for Peace

20:00Wednesday

Episode 19. This is Part-2 of where we shall be listening back to a very special ‘Live Poets for Peace’ event which took place online, that we just could not keep to ourselves. And where, by the grace of God, 14 very acclaimed Muslim poets took part, who were from various backgrounds, with various styles and shared their poetry on various aspects of their belief in Islam. During this second part of that event, we shall be hearing from the remaining acclaimed poets with titles such as: •Noah’s Ark •Sorry you just missed him – which talks about the advent of the Promised Messiah •Love and praise of the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) •Our Jihad •Freedom •The Pain of Muhammad (peace be upon him) •And finally ‘Humanity’ This was a live event, so there were times when the sound wasn’t as perfect as it usually is on this show, but I’m sure you’re going to see past a few of the ups and downs, but do bear with us as it does very quickly improve.

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Sisters On Air

21:00Wednesday

Sisters on Air

21:00Wednesday

Episode 17. Modern women's movements recognise the importance of women being a source of support for other women. It allows women to be more self-sufficient and independent. But is it always practical? The history of Lajna Ima’illah, an organisation now celebrating its centenary, certainly is evidence to say yes! Join us on Sisters on Air as we look back on how the organisation has continued to be a source of support, comfort, and inspiration to so many women around the globe.

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Drive Time

22:00Wednesday

Drive Time VOI

22:00Wednesday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a topical discussion programme recorded on 15th April 2024.

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Understanding Islam

00:00Thursday

Understanding Islam

00:00Thursday

Series 2. Episode 4. Death of Jesus according to the Holy Qur'an. Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby is joined by Farhan Ali (a new convert from a Shi'ite background) and Stuart Chatto (a new convert from a Christian background) to discuss about Ahmadiyyat, the true Islam, in response to our Khalifah's desire that every Ahmadi Muslim should fully understand why they are an Ahmadi Muslim and what are the claims of the Promised Messiah (a.s)? In this programme they will discuss whether the Holy Qur'an states that Jesus died on the cross or not. What was the understanding of the Holy Prophet and his companions?

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Faith In Focus

01:00Thursday

Faith In Focus

01:00Thursday

Episode 108. Lend Me Your Ears A programme all about the fascinating organ that enables us to hear (and balance): The ear! Join us as we discover listening and hearing, exploring the significance of ears in different faiths. Find out some of the religious and cultural practices around ears and earrings. Also a discussion of medical advancement in treating hearing conditions, and a brief look at other types of ears.

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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 16th April 2024.

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Voice Of Caliph

04:00Thursday

Voice Of Caliph

04:00Thursday

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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Al Hakam Inspire

04:30Thursday

Al Hakam Inspire

04:30Thursday

Episode 14. "Join Dr Hasham Ahmad, a Medical Doctor and Researcher, exploring an introduction into the process of Embryology as described in the Holy Quran. The Holy Quran is a book of wisdom and was revealed in the 7th Century A.D. to the Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), with the commencement of the revelations during the blessed month of Ramadan. The Holy Quran is well known to contain knowledge and guidance pertaining to various specialities of life, both spiritual and of worldly nature. Embryology is the branch of science which studies the principles of pre-natal development of the gametes (sex cells), embryo and foetus. The degree of scientific accuracy within the Holy Quran, in relation to the topic of embryology, is explored and presented.

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Pathway To Peace

05:00Thursday

Pathway To Peace

05:00Thursday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 18th February 2024.

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Journey To Islam

06:00Thursday

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

06:00Thursday

Inspirational story of how Ameer Narayan accepted Islam Ahmadiyyat.

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Tilawat

06:30Thursday

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

06:30Thursday

Tune is to hear recitation of the Holy Qur'an, Chapter 10 Verse 73-110 and Chapter 11 Verse 1-6. 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 6 Episode 6: In this Episode we discuss the Pertinent Subject of Public opinion through antiquity, the role of religion in shaping public opinion and how the holy prophet (pbuh) of Islam was seen in the eyes of the people of Arabia before and after his call to prophethood. We look at how public opinion changed at that time and its impact on the people. The role of the press during world war 2, Nazi propaganda and Islams response to war is discussed with mention of the promised Messiah and how his public debates helped shape peoples opinion at that time. The role of the press, social media and internet in the 21st century is analysed through the work of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and the impact it is having across the world.

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Living History

10:00Thursday

Living History - Voice of Islam

10:00Thursday

Episode 17. Ottoman Empire. Part II. Dr Mohammed Iqbal and his history panellists Amjad Hussain and Arif Ahmad look at the rise and fall of the Ottoman Empire. Learn about the the expansion of the Ottoman Empire after the conquest of Constantinople to the Golden period of Sulieman the Magnificent and thereafter the slow decline culminating in the defeat of the Ottomans in First World War.

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Understanding Islam

11:00Thursday

Understanding Islam

11:00Thursday

Series 2. Episode 5. Death of Jesus according to the Holy Bible. Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby is joined by Farhan Ali (a new convert from a Shi'ite background) and Stuart Chatto (a new convert from a Christian background) to discuss about Ahmadiyyat, the true Islam, in response to our Khalifah's desire that every Ahmadi Muslim should fully understand why they are an Ahmadi Muslim and what are the claims of the Promised Messiah (a.s)?  In this programme they will discuss whether the Holy Bible states that Jesus died on the cross or not.

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Al Hakam Inspire

12:00Thursday

Al Hakam Inspire

12:00Thursday

Episode 5. Our guest is Peter Oborne, an award-winning British journalist, author & broadcaster. Peter was the Chief Political Correspondent of The Daily Telegraph (until he resigned in 2015) and has written for countless newspapers and magazines including The Spectator and The Guardian. He has also appeared on and presented TV shows and documentaries. We discuss Peter's recent book, “The Fate of Abraham: Why the West is Wrong about Islam”, and uncover why & how Muslims have been perniciously targeted by the West, despite Islam being part of the Abrahamic tradition.

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Medical Matters

13:00Thursday

Medical Matters

13:00Thursday

Episode 10. The program mainly discussed the general information everyone should have about dental health. It began by guiding viewers on how to have access to dental health services and how to register. The panellists then briefly discussed how to prevent dental issues in the first place and what measures can be taken to ensure good dental health. Finally, the program highlights the types of treatments available to treat dental issues.

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Journey To Islam

13:30Thursday

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

13:30Thursday

Inspirational story of how Talib Mann accepted Islam Ahmadiyyat.

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Pathway To Peace

14:00Thursday

Pathway To Peace

14:00Thursday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 4th February 2024.

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Understanding Islam

15:00Thursday

Understanding Islam

15:00Thursday

Series 2. Episode 6. Truthfulness of the Prophet. Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby is joined by Farhan Ali (a new convert from a Shi'ite background) to discuss about Ahmadiyyat, the true Islam, in response to our Khalifah's desire that every Ahmadi Muslim should fully understand why they are an Ahmadi Muslim and what are the claims of the Promised Messiah (a.s)? In this programme they will discuss the ten criteria found in the Holy Books to prove the truth of a prophet and how the Promised Messiah fulfilled each one.

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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 31. 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 2015.

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Faith And Freedom

18:30Thursday

18:30Thursday

Episode 15. Our Guest is Dr Craig Considine, an award-winning professor and the best–selling author of The Humanity of Muhammad – A Christian View (Published in 2020). He is a recognised scholar of Islam who has gone in depth to research the Seerah, the life of the Prophet Muhammad (SA). Dr Considine is recognised as an authority in interfaith dialogue, particularly Christian and Muslim relations. He has written several books for the field of Islamic studies, including People of the Book – Prophet Muhammad’s Encounter with Christians (Hurst & Oxford 2021). Dr Considine is a faculty member of the Department of Sociology at Rice University. holds a PhD in sociology from Trinity College Dublin. Dr Considine’s opinions appear regularly in leading news & media outlets around the world. He is a practising Roman Catholic and is recognised as an authority in interfaith dialogue, particularly Christian-Muslim relations.

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Living History

19:00Thursday

Living History - Voice of Islam

19:00Thursday

Episode 18. Beliefs and Theories on Human Origins & Universe Part I. Dr Mohammed Iqbal with guests Amjad Hussain and Arif Ahmed explore beliefs of primitive societies and ancient civilisations on human origins- including Biblical views and how they came to differ from Science after the period of Renaissance and Enlightenment in Europe.

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Drive Time

20:00Thursday

Drive Time VOI

20:00Thursday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a topical discussion programme recorded on 19th March 2024.

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Voice Of Caliph

22:00Thursday

Voice Of Caliph

22:00Thursday

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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Al Hakam Inspire

22:30Thursday

Al Hakam Inspire

22:30Thursday

Episode 9. Our guest is Dr Jalil Sharif, Intellectual Disability Psychiatrist at NHS England with an MSc in Genomic Medicine and Chief Resident for Solent NHS Trust. He has a postgraduate qualification in Applied Neuroscience from King's College London. Dr Jalil Sharif is specialising in neurodevelopmental disorders, intellectual disability and autism and ADHD.

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Faith In Focus

23:00Thursday

Faith In Focus

23:00Thursday

Episode 109. Concept of God Why do we search for God, how do we recognise God, what is the link between man and God? We explore from an interfaith perspective and with an angle on what is spirituality as opposed to faith?

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Voice Of Caliph

00:00Friday

Voice Of Caliph

00:00Friday

Episode 11. An address delivered by the Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (may Allah be his Helper), at a special reception held in his honour at the Princess Court Reception Centre in Melbourne on 11th October 2013. The event was attended by more than 100 dignitaries and guests, including Major-General Paul McLachlan, Mayor of Frankston, Sandra Mayer, Anthony Byrne MP, Judith Graley MP and Ingra Peulich MP.

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Book Corner

00:30Friday

Book Corner

00:30Friday

Life of Prophet Yusuf. Part 2. Join us as we continue on our journey through the life of the great Prophet Yusuf (Joesph) pbuh. Learn how he is taken out of prison, becomes the Minister of Egypt and is finally reunited with his father and brothers.

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Faith In Focus

01:00Friday

Faith In Focus

01:00Friday

Episode 90. Infant Male Circumcision. Circumcision of males is a well-recognized religious practice. It has been vigorously debated in scientific and lay literature and news media. Legal and ethical considerations have been applied to this important question. Today, we look at circumcision from a medical perspective, weighing up the strength of evidence for and against infant male circumcision. We will critically assess the evidence based on the Hippocratic Oath, to “do no harm”, but which also states "I will prevent disease whenever I can, for prevention is preferable to cure".

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Understanding Islam

02:00Friday

Understanding Islam

02:00Friday

Episode 12. The creation of the universe. Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby teaches his student Mr Stuart Chatto about the reality of the big bang theory, the expanding universe and life after death.

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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 10th April 2024.

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Beacon Of Truth

05:00Friday

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

05:00Friday

Episode 1: An interactive English talk show series exploring various matters relating to Islam, the beacon of truth. In this programme we discuss the legalisation of Cannabis. Join us as we find out if it should have been legalised by the government, what are the health affect and how we can safe guard ourselves.

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Poets for Peace

06:00Friday

Poets for Peace

06:00Friday

Episode 20. The theme of this show is I am certain close to all of our hearts, as we all have a mother and we love them very dearly. We shall be hearing from five very talented poets with their varying expressions of love for their Mother which we hope will pluck upon the strings of your heart. No other religion lays so much emphasis on the kindness to your parents than Islam, especially your mother, and we shall explore this in more detail along with hearing some amazing poems about our Dear Mothers.

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Tilawat

06:30Friday

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

06:30Friday

Tune is to hear recitation of the Holy Qur'an, Chapter 9 Verse 1-30. Recitation of the Holy Qur'an is by Maulana Feroz Alam.

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Breakfast Show

07:00Friday

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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 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

09:35Friday

Poets for Peace

09:35Friday

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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Al Hakam Inspire

10:00Friday

Al Hakam Inspire

10:00Friday

Episode 3. Our guest is Mujeeb Ijaz, Founder & CEO of Our Next Energy (ONE), an advanced technology battery company with headquarters in Michigan, USA. Mujeeb Ijaz is a battery systems engineer with over 30 years of experience in the development of electric vehicles (EVs) and battery systems technologies. His career work has focused on furthering the adoption of EVs through advancements in battery safety, range, and cost. In January 2022, ONE was in the headlines after increasing and nearly doubling the range of a Tesla Model S with a ONE Gemini 001 battery pack, driving 752 miles. Watch the full video: Our Next Energy (ONE) Powers Tesla EV 752 Miles on a single charge https://youtu.be/fWj2YCdoc9A

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Faith In Focus

11:00Friday

Faith In Focus

11:00Friday

Episode 92. Art can be used to illumine our own faith or to teach us about the faith of others. It can help the artist to visually express spiritual feelings that they find hard to capture with words. Some people claim to find God's presence in creative activities, or on the journey of the creative process. So, does art enhance or hinder our religious experience? In this programme we will be exploring the relationship of art with faith, and how those with faith have expressed their devotion through different art forms since the beginning of time.

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Living History

12:00Friday

Living History - Voice of Islam

12:00Friday

Episode 6. Modern British History - Personal reflections on migration and multi-culturalism in the UK. Guest: Professor Lord Kamlesh Patel of Bradford OBE, Chair of Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS FT, Chair of Bradford Producer City Board - discusses the opportunities for development in multi-cultural Britain and shaping a fairer society.

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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).

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Pathway To Peace

14:00Friday

Pathway To Peace

14:00Friday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 19th June 2022.

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Around The Table

15:00Friday

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15:00Friday

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

16:00Friday

Drive Time VOI

16:00Friday

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

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Science Hour

18:00Friday

Science Hour

18:00Friday

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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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 6th April 2024.

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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 10th April 2024.

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Pathway To Peace

23:00Friday

Pathway To Peace

23:00Friday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 14th January 2024.   Synopsis: The new year is often a time where people aim to form new habits in the form of new year resolutions. This process of reflecting, introspecting, and establishing better habits is fundamental in Islamic philosophy. In this episode we look at the latest thinking from psychologists on habits and uncover how it is perfectly in line with Islamic teachings’ 1,400 years ago. Through examining practices like the 5 daily prayers, fasting in Ramadhan and recitation of durood we will explore Islam’s deep understanding of human nature and its practical teachings for self-improvement. Presenters: Arif Khan & Sufyan Farooqi

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Faith In Focus

00:00Saturday

Faith In Focus

00:00Saturday

Episode 93 Sleep Sleep is a vital indicator for health and wellbeing. We spend up to one thirds of our lives asleep. Sleep needs vary across ages and are especially impacted by lifestyle and health. In this programme we explore the purpose of sleep, the different sleep patterns, its cultural and historic variations and, the manifestations and treatments of some common sleep disorders. We discuss the relationship between sleep quality and religious wellbeing, the common beliefs held by some religions around sleep and whether religion can in fact cure insomnia.

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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 11th April 2024.

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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 6th April 2024.

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Science Hour

05:00Saturday

Science Hour

05:00Saturday

Series 3 Episode 5. Organ donation and transplantation in light of Islamic principles. The program will start with an introduction to the need for organ donation in light of prevalent diseases like high blood pressure, diabetes, smoking etc and organ damage as a result. The different types of organ transplantation like cornea, kidney, liver etc will be discussed. The Quranic teachings about the alleviation of suffering will be discussed. Some brief statistics and important time lines about organ donation will also be discussed. The contribution of Jamat in this regard will be discussed including blood donation and corneal transplantation. Some FAQs and apprehensions will also be addressed.

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Book Corner

06:00Saturday

Book Corner

06:00Saturday

Life of Prophet Yusuf. Part 2. Join us as we continue on our journey through the life of the great Prophet Yusuf (Joesph) pbuh. Learn how he is taken out of prison, becomes the Minister of Egypt and is finally reunited with his father and brothers.

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Tilawat

06:25Saturday

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

06:25Saturday

Tune is to hear recitation of the Holy Qur'an, Chapter 9 Verse 31-61. 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 1: In this episode, the Around the Table team investigates the impact of Climate Change on the planet Earth. We explore the causes and drivers of climate change but extends the investigation beyond just the environmental impact. The investigation also focuses on 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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Voice Of Caliph

08:00Saturday

Voice Of Caliph

08:00Saturday

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

08:30Saturday

Book Corner

08:30Saturday

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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Pathway To Peace

09:00Saturday

Pathway To Peace

09:00Saturday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 31st December 2023. Synopsis: From tackling issues such loneliness, women’s rights at the World Cup through to the Israel-Gaza conflict, 2023 was a troubled year for the world at large and many of these issues were discussed here on the Pathway to Peace show. In this episode we take a retrospective look at some of the most listened to episodes throughout the year and review the wise words of His Holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, who has been a beacon of light during this turbulent year.

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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

Episode 13. Spiritual Journey. Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby teaches his student Mr Stuart Chatto about the Islamic belief in a Living God, the concept of suffering and the meaning of life.

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Faith In Focus

13:00Saturday

Faith In Focus

13:00Saturday

Episode 94 Eyes: Windows to the Soul A look at this fascinating organ that gives many the power of sight and the ability to see the beauties of creation, from a religious and medical point of view. Today we explore the different meanings associated with the eye in faith and culture including a brief look at the ‘Evil Eye’, as well as symbolism that surrounds the eye and what it means to see and believe.

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Voice Of Caliph

14:00Saturday

Voice Of Caliph

14:00Saturday

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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Documentary

14:35Saturday

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

14:35Saturday

Tune in to hear about the History of Mosques established by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in the UK. From their humble beginnings in 1913 to their progressive development today under the leadership of their founder Hadrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (peace be upon him) and his Khulafa [successors]. Hear about how their mosques have become an integral part of communities across the UK as they promote their motto of love for all hatred for none.

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Pathway To Peace

15:00Saturday

Pathway To Peace

15:00Saturday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 11th February 2024.

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Living History

16:00Saturday

Living History - Voice of Islam

16:00Saturday

Episode 7. Origins of Islam. A discussion with Dr.Muhammad Iqbal about the 'Origins of Islam', on the life and mission of Holy Prophet of Islam (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).

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Sisters On Air

17:00Saturday

Sisters on Air

17:00Saturday

Episode 10. Prayer and Perseverance. The world we live in today is filled with hustle and bustle. As women, we are always in a balancing act between domestic life and our careers. It is easy to get caught up in negativity when things get overwhelming and unmanageable. It is during these times when faith becomes an invaluable tool, teaching us how to employ important qualities, such as patience and showing gratitude. Faith enables us to develop methodologies to adapt our brains to become re-wired in a way that make us more grateful for all that Allah has blessed us with.

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Science Hour

18:00Saturday

Science Hour

18:00Saturday

Series 3 Episode 6. This episode will cover the growing area of Brain Computing Interfacing. A thorough explanation of this field will be provided. Fascinating facts about the brain will be presented to our listeners before delving into the different types of Brain Computing Interfacing. Different types of BCI will then be described including invasive and noninvasive types. Different companies involved in this work will be discussed such as Elon Musk’s Neural link. Also, as more companies get involved in this field, and more devices become available, the impact of the ethics of the BCI is also growing more complex. So this will also be briefly discussed during this episode.

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Around The Table

19:00Saturday

Around The Table

19:00Saturday

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 in 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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Understanding Islam

20:00Saturday

Understanding Islam

20:00Saturday

Episode 14. The Later Days. Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby teaches his student Mr Stuart Chatto about the signs of the later days and the advent of the Promised Messiah.

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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 11th April 2024.

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Faith In Focus

23:00Saturday

Faith In Focus

23:00Saturday

Episode 95. Interfaith Dialogue A brief look into the history of interfaith dialogue and outreach in Islam. How has it developed over recent years and why is interfaith dialogue relevant to the world today?

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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 6th April 2024.

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Living History

02:00Sunday

Living History - Voice of Islam

02:00Sunday

Episode 8. Khilafat-e-Rashida (the Rightly Guided Caliphs). The establishment of the early Muslim civilisation under the leadership of four Rightly Guided Caliphs, Hazrat Abu Bakar, Hazrat Umar, Hazrat Usman and Hazrat Ali (may Allah be pleased with them).

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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 11th April 2024.

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Pathway To Peace

05:00Sunday

Pathway To Peace

05:00Sunday

Repeat of a live interactive show recorded on 23rd June 2022.

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Book Corner

06:00Sunday

Book Corner

06:00Sunday

Life of Prophet Yusuf. Part 2. Join us as we continue on our journey through the life of the great Prophet Yusuf (Joesph) pbuh. Learn how he is taken out of prison, becomes the Minister of Egypt and is finally reunited with his father and brothers.

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Tilawat

06:27Sunday

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

06:27Sunday

Tune is to hear recitation of the Holy Qur'an, Chapter 9 Verse 62-93. 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 96. People come and people go, families and generations pass. The passage of time is certain and with it each life ages. What are the challenges and duties facing us in youth when we see the elderly and what are the challenges facing the elderly? What can we learn from them as they reflect back on life? Faith is seen to grow stronger as we age; is it our faith that changes or our perspective of it?

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Voice Of Caliph

08:00Sunday

Voice Of Caliph

08:00Sunday

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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Book Corner

08:30Sunday

Book Corner

08:30Sunday

Life of Hadhrat Umar Farooq. Part 2. Tune in as we continue our series on the life and works of Hadhrat Umar Farooq, the second successor to the Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). We will learn about the great sacrifices he made during his 10 year Khilafat and how the Islamic State expanded across the Middle East to North Africa.

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Around The Table

09:00Sunday

Around The Table

09:00Sunday

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 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 look at all of these aspects and more - tracing the weapon's history, the near-misses that occurred during the Cold War and the heightened risks humanity faces today.

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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 2. Episode 1. Why am I an Ahmadi? Tune in to learn about the basic teachings of Islam. Tahir Selby is joined by Farhan Ali and Stuart Chatto to discuss about Ahmadiyyat, the true Islam. In this programme they discuss the importance of knowing why you are an Ahmadi? The claims and roles of the Promised Messiah and Imam Mahdi (peace be upon him).

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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 11th April 2024.

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Faith In Focus

15:00Sunday

Faith In Focus

15:00Sunday

Episode 97. The Rites and Rituals of Hair Since time began, humans have styled their hair in an array of fashions based on climate, culture, and politics, but does hair serve us in more ways than simply providing warmth and style? Some believe that it is a source of spirituality and strength whilst others believe it is nothing more than one of our evolutionary and sociological identifying features. In this episode we will try to uncover some of the very interesting hirsute practices that have been embraced by society throughout time, asking: what role has Faith played in influencing our hair trends? And what differences we can find in the social norms for men and women, and why?

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Around The Table

16:00Sunday

Around The Table

16:00Sunday

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

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Living History

17:00Sunday

Living History - Voice of Islam

17:00Sunday

Episode 9. Golden Age of Islamic Civilisation. Dr. Muhammad Iqbal, Amjad Hussain and Arif Ahmad explore the rise and great achievements of the Muslim civilisation.

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Voice Of Caliph

18:00Sunday

Voice Of Caliph

18:00Sunday

Episode 44. Tahir Mosque Catford Inauguration. An adresss delivered on 11th February 2012 by the Supreme Head of the Worldwide Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad may Allah be his helper. The opening of the Mosque was also attended by a number of dignitaries and guests, including Heidi Alexander, MP for Lewisham East and Sir Steve Bullock, the Mayor of Lewisham.

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Words Of Wisdom

18:30Sunday

Scunthorpe Mosque Opening Live

18:30Sunday

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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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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Science Hour

20:00Sunday

Science Hour

20:00Sunday

Series 3 Episode 7. This episode will cover the future of transportation with a focus on vehicles. The episode will be broadly about the electrification of vehicles. In terms of electrification, the motivation behind this will be discussed. The targets and challenges for achieving this transition towards electric vehicles will be discussed. Batteries, electric motors and related technology will be discussed. Fuel cells and the hydrogen economy will be discussed. In the concluding section, the prophecies of the Holy Prophet (saw) will be presented and the verse of the Holy Qur’an about the future of transportation will be presented.

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Sisters On Air

21:00Sunday

Sisters on Air

21:00Sunday

Episode 11. This show highlights how loyalty to one’s nation has great importance in Islam, with particular focus on Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee. With year-long celebrations taking place throughout the UK and the Commonwealth, people from all walks of life are uniting to celebrate the Queen’s historic reign. We emphasise that patriotism is not compromised by our Muslim identity, but indeed we share the country’s jubilation. This sentiment is found in the beautiful works penned by His Holiness Mirza Ghulam Ahmad which capture his immense respect and gratitude to Queen Victoria. There will also be broader reflection on royalty in Islamic history and scripture, and the lessons to be learned from them in the modern era.

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Weekend World

22:00Sunday

Weekend World

22:00Sunday

A chance to listen to a repeat of a live news discussion programme recorded on 7th April 2024.

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