Citizen Khan

Oh Buggles - My Radio Daze

Adil Ray | Posted 21.05.2016 | UK Entertainment
Adil Ray

Most mornings I do almost pinch myself. I feel very fortunate to be filming a comedy on the BBC. It feels like a bit of a dream. However there's something missing - my first love. I know we can't have everything, but what I would give to be transmitted back to those hazy radio days for just a few hours.

Acculturation or Diversity: Have the Questions Raised in Felix Dexter's Comedy Been Answered?

Claudia Tomlinson | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Entertainment
Claudia Tomlinson

Those who had the pleasure to know and work with Dexter, attest his goodness, talent and humility through the medium of social media. For the rest of us, he appeared to be all that and his untimely death, has robbed us an unbounded talent, still in his prime.

The Bandwagon Effect Is Harming Race Relations

Jonathan A.J. Wilson | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Politics
Jonathan A.J. Wilson

Conversations are now elevated and scrutinized in an amphitheatre of social media. There are those that spectate, speculate, and jump on the bandwagon - whether that's with good intentions, or to kill the show. The Internet means that people don't forget words, and events are recorded forever at the end of a web search. Over time, the moment, context and goodwill crumbles away...

Losing a Generation to Cultural Schizophrenia - How I Challenge, Question and Inspire

Suriyah Bi | Posted 15.12.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Suriyah Bi

Cultural schizophrenia as a real issue that desperately needs attending to.

The Rise and Fall of Asians on the Box

Dr Rupa Huq | Posted 05.11.2012 | UK Entertainment
Dr Rupa Huq

From a position of nigh-invisibility, for about 5 minutes in the 90s to be Asian was almost cool. I think as Citizen Khan has reminded us, we've come back down to earth since then, some would say with a bump that still resounds.

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Tez Ilyas | Posted 31.10.2012 | UK Comedy
Tez Ilyas

Islam doesn't have a history of satire and Muslims don't take ridicule of our religion lightly. However, it seems that Muslims today measure their faith by how angry they get when offended.

VOTE: Is 'Citizen Khan' Offensive? Muslim Community Sitcom Provokes Complaints

The Huffington Post UK | Sarah Dean | Posted 29.08.2012 | UK Entertainment

BBC One's new sitcom Citizen Khan has received around 200 complaints, the Daily Mail reports. The family-based sitcom, set in the capital of Britis...