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Rashid Khan - former professional rugby league player and star of Make Bradford British - explores British Muslims' physical, logistical and spiritual preparations for Ramadan
For a month, Muslims across Britain keep video Diaries. In this episode they get ready for 30 days of fasting.
Astronomer Usama Hasan heads for high ground with his sons to see the new moon. Will Ramadan start tonight?
Just hours before Ramadan starts, it's a busy time for mother-of-three Shubnam as she prepares everything at home.
Twelve-year-old Syfah is fasting for Ramadan for the first time. How will she cope at school on her first day?
Ramadan Diaries follows Muslims across the country as they wake at dawn for Sehri: the last meal before they start their 18-hour fast.
Aleemah converted to Islam three and half years ago. How will she cope as she starts her first Ramadan?
Ramadan is a busy time for funeral director Moona Green at the East London Mosque.
During Ramadan Dr Nadeem Bhatti monitors the health of his patients, but how are his own blood sugar levels?
On the hottest day of the year so far, Ramadan Diaries follows everyone's progress to see how they cope as temperatures soar.
Recent graduates Hussain and Mohammed serve food for the homeless in Lincoln's Inn Fields.
How does Ali Shaholom cope with not being able to eat while working in the family restaurant during Ramadan?
Ramadan Diaries follows Muslims across the country on the countdown to Iftar, the breaking of the fast.
Mohammed Salim and his wife Noreen have 11 children. Mohammed hopes all the children will behave during Ramadan and come together for tonight's Iftar meal.
Alex Barber practices a spiritual branch of Islam called Sufism.
In Aberdeen Reverend Isaac Poobalan opens the doors of his church to accommodate the overflowing congregatuion from the mosque next door.
Ramadan Diaries follows Muslims across the country to find out what they do between Iftar and Sehri: the only time Muslims can eat during Ramadan.
Can teenage golfer Holly win her tournament while fasting during Ramadan?
How does Great Ormond Street neurosurgeon Owase perform brain surgery while fasting during Ramadan?
Harley Street physician Ann Coxon takes Ramadan Diaries to the African mosque she calls home in Peckham.
Muslims reveal what they do during Ramadan to earn religious rewards.
Ramadan Diaries finds out how a soldier on active duty in Afghanistan copes with Ramadan.
Hassan runs his Arabian Shisha Bar while himself abstaining from smoking during Ramadan.
Can the UK's first all-Muslim biker gang raise £10,000 on a one-day road trip for charity?
Jamaican dub poet and Muslim Ahmad has a surprise in store for his guests at his Ramadan-themed birthday party.
Ramadan Diaries reveals why a group of Arab women break their fast in an old Italian restaurant in Bristol.
Can shop owner Amena cash in on the rush to buy the perfect Eid outfit?
Maths teacher Mohammed shares his I'tikaf experience as he spends the last 10 days of Ramadan in seclusion on a spiritual retreat.
A family celebrate the birth of Ramadan baby Nadin, born on the same day as the Prince George.
This episode observes the 27th night of Ramadan, the night of power.
Can a policeman still keep the public safe while he's fasting?
Ramadan comes to an end, as Ramadan Diaries celebrates Eid after 30 days of fasting.
Ramadan Diaries follows a wide range of British Muslims as they observe Ramadan, going beyond the physical trial of fasting to understand how the fast impacts at a deeper, spiritual level.