Extremely British Muslims
From NHS workers fasting up to 17 hours and fighting the coronavirus, to mosques and imams adjusting to a new form of congregational worship, nothing is how it once was
Ordinarily a time for reflection, family, communal gathering and the giving of charity, what's Ramadan like under lockdown conditions?
A look at the ingenuity, creativity and resilience of British Muslims, doing everything from creating mosques in their living rooms to adapting age-old funeral rites
With families only doors away not able to break fast together - nothing is how it once was during lockdown
This year, Britain's 2.6 million Muslims will observe Ramadan - up to 30 days fasting from sunrise to sunset - in lockdown. This series looks at how the community adjusts and copes.