The podcast exploring what it means to be a Muslim today
"I am Britain's first out Muslim drag queen" by Asifa Lahore20/03/2016 Duration: 35min
Muslim Pride is back with a bang! Catch my interview with the wonderful Asifa Lahore, Britain's first out Muslim drag queen. What a journey she's been on. Truly flying the flag for gay Muslims, Asifa shares her story in a very open conversation.
"Why we created halal sausage rolls" by Shazia Saleem31/01/2016 Duration: 38min
Can a sausage roll be halal? Entrepreneur Shazia Saleem say yes. Listen to her talk about her story of creating iEat, the UK's first and largest halal ready meal company. From the meaning of the word halal through to how she mixes her British and Bangladeshi identities, this is a must listen on what faith can mean during the entrepreneurial journey.
"A lack of English is not just a British Muslim problem"24/01/2016 Duration: 41min
David Cameron recently announced new funding plans aimed at British Muslim women who cannot speak English. It's simple - learn English or face deportation. His focus - in my opinion - has been wrongly aimed at a group that easily generates headlines. I interviewed ESOL (English for speakers of other languages) teacher and all round superstar Naffy Graham-Brown on the matter. She knows first hand what it's like in the classroom and is set to be affected by Cameron's announcement.
"ISIS wasn't born overnight" by Haseeb Ahmed17/01/2016 Duration: 28min
This time round I interviewed Haseeb Ahmed. Haseeb is a campaigner, activist and writer for the Daily Express. In 2015 he published a video expressing his thoughts on the Tunisia attacks. Since then, he went viral, was invited to 10 Downing Street and has launched the #LetsUnite campaign. Hear his thoughts on what it means to be a Muslim today.
"The Muslim world lacks a leader with stature" by Zia Chaudhry MBE03/01/2016 Duration: 31min
I interviewed barrister and MBE holder Zia Chaudhry on his thoughts on Donald Trump and why the Muslim world needs a leader that understands both politics and faith.