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The Breakfast Show


The Breakfast Show provides unique and fresh perspectives around current affairs and contemporary topics through the lens of Islam, evoking discussion from diverse viewpoints combined with facts that reinforce Islamic teachings.




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How Non-Muslims Supported Their Muslim Colleagues Through Ramadhan

Ramadhan, Easter and Passover in 2022: More Than Time in Common


Presenters Imam Tahir Khalid, Imam Athar & Danayal Zia / Simab Rehman, Chris Sharif & Sara Syed

Producers Simab Rehman & Chris Sharif

Honey: The Sweet Solution for Brain-Like Computers

Yemen Crisis: Is the Largest Humanitarian Crisis Finally Coming to an End?


Presenters Imam Maaz Ahmad, Imam Sheikh Sammar Ahmad & Bashir Ahmed

Producer Sehar Ahmad & Rameen Masood

The True Purpose of Eid

Child Q Impact: ‘Our Voices Need to be Heard’


Presenters Imam Muhammed Ather & Ali Khan

Producer Muneeb Mirza

Wonder Woman of Pakistan

Unrest in Afghanistan Continues

Has Anything Changed for Australian Women?


Presenters Imam Shahil Munir Ahmed, Qayyum Rashid, Imam Asim Hashmi & Shareef Bhunnoo

Producer Dr Fatima Rizwan

Animal Cruelty on the Increase

Public Disorder in Sweden Following Plans to Burn the Quran: How Should Muslims Respond?


Presenters Imam Touqeer Tanvir, Waleed Ahmad & Khalid Bhunnoo

Producer Farva Mubashir



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SPECIAL EID SHOW

Ramadhan, Easter and Passover in 2022: More Than Time in Common

As many celebrate Eid-Ul-Fitr on this day, marking the end of Ramadhan, Jewish and Christian festivals also fell on the same day this year within Ramadhan – a rare occurrence. Tune into the show Monday 2nd May on this special Eid show celebrating interfaith harmony and to hear children’s’ Eid messages from around the world, as well as a range of special guests:

Amar Rehan (Malik) 11 years old, Malden Manor, Fareed Ahmed 8½ years from London and Yasmeen Salat 12 years old share their experiences talking about Islam and faith with their classmates.

Featuring special Eid messages from children from around the world.


Nida Salat shares her families’ Eid traditions, including Palestine and the UAE.

Meredith Jacobs CEO of Jewish Women International (JWI) and an award-winning journalist and former editor-in-chief of Washington Jewish Week talks about Passover, and the symbolic nature of some of the dishes, and Reverend Jane Willcock, Minister at Trispen Methodist Chapel, Cornwall provides an overview of Easter celebrations and meaning




Islamic Higlights:

 The Qur’an states that:

Say, [O believers], “We have believed in Allah and what has been revealed to us and what has been revealed to Abraham and Ishmael and Isaac and Jacob and the Descendants and what was given to Moses and Jesus and what was given to the prophets from their Lord. We make no distinction between any of them, and we are Muslims [in submission] to Him.”

“And We gave Moses the Book, in order that they might receive guidance. And We made the son of Mary and his mother as a Sign: We gave them both shelter on high ground, affording rest and security and furnished with springs” (The Holy Qu’ran 23:49–50)

The same religion has He established for you [meaning Muhammad] as that which He enjoined on Noah—that which We have sent by inspiration to you—and that which We enjoined on Abraham, Moses, and Jesus: Namely, that you should remain steadfast in religion, and make no divisions therein: to those who worship other things than God, hard to the unbelievers is that which you call them to. God chooses to Himself those whom He pleases, and guides to Himself those who turn (to Him). (The Holy Qu’ran 42:13)


Presenters: Murabbi Tahir Khalid, Qayuum Rashid & Danyal Zia 
Producers: Simab Rehman & Chris Sharif
Researchers: Saira Ahmed, Shanzy Mubarak, Wajiha Haroon


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