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British Muslim TV

British Muslim TV is a UK-based, free-to-air, English language, Islamic-focused satellite television channel funded by commercial advertising.

Country: United Kingdom
Language: English
Provider: Official website


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19:00 - 23:56
Live From Makkah Watch Now
Live from Makkah.
23:56 - 23:59
Fajr Adhan
Call to prayer as per London Central Mosque.
23:59 - 01:30
Live From Makkah
Live from Makkah.
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About channel British Muslim TV

British Muslim TV is a UK-based, free-to-air, English language, Islamic-focused satellite television channel funded by commercial advertising.

British Muslim TV was conceptualised towards the end of 2013 and underwent planning from the start of 2014. The channel is independently owned by Mr Arshad Ashraf and is funded solely by commercial advertising. Prominent advertisers include British Muslim Charities Read Foundation and Penny Appeal.

In June 2014, British Muslim TV was launched on the Sky Digital platform. It states, "A new Sky channel that provides both Muslim and non-Muslim communities with news, views and insights into how British Muslims live. We will also present content from our community, for our community, with the aim to make British Muslims feel confidently Muslim and comfortably British." The channel added, "Viewers will be treated to a range of engaging, entertaining and educational content, aimed at showcasing the best that our British Muslim community has to offer." The programme content has been exclusively funded and made in the UK.

The other shows broadcast include Marriage Made in Britain, Talking Booth, Halal Kitchen, British Muslim Teen Vision and Women Like Us, a female-led panel show covering a range of issues relating to British Muslim women.

In 2016, the channel commissioned the production of British romantic comedy film Finding Fatimah, which was released in UK cinemas in April 2017.

In February 2020, Joseph Hayat was announced as the new editor-in-chief of the channel.


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