The story of Mobeen Deen, a Muslim, English, 27 year old trying to leave behind a life of crime in Birmingham after finding his faith. Show more
This episode of Live at the Apollo is hosted by the fantastic Guz Khan as he introduces the fabulous Kiri Pritchard-McLean and the amazing Rhys James. Show more
The fantastic Guz Khan introduces the fabulous Kiri Pritchard-McLean and the amazing Rhys James.
Classic routines about kids from Micky Flanagan, Sindhu Vee, Sean Lock, Jess Fostekew, Guz Khan and more.
Alex Jones and Matt Baker are joined by Girls Aloud's Nadine Coyle and comedian Guz Khan, plus the latest from the Culver Valley, which was flooded again after Storm Ciara swept through.
Host Rob Brydon and team captains Lee Mack and David Mitchell are joined by Greg Davies, Guz Khan, Claudia Winkleman and Lucy Worsley.
Emma encounters a woman who is at the end of her tether after her terminally-ill mother resorts to violence. Show more
In an attempt to make sense of the bewildering times we live in, Frankie Boyle dissects the week’s news with help from a variety of guests. Show more
Olivia Colman leads a stellar cast of actors, entertainers and comedians in a very special ‘stay-at-home’ adaptation of Cinderella for Comic Relief. Show more
Comedy. It's Aks's prom night and things get complicated when Ridwan makes some unwise decisions. Meanwhile, Eight risks getting in too deep with a local wide boy. Show more
Comedy. Aks breaks her shoulder and the authorities get suspicious. The gang try to prove their innocence, fight prejudice and keep Eight out of trouble. Show more
An old friend makes an unexpected return leaving Aks, Eight and Nate concerned about what this means for Mobeen. Can he stay clear of trouble or are things about to take a turn Show more
A clip involving Mobeen and a dog goes viral, and Aks is drawn in by the prospect of internet fame. Show more
Comedy. Mobeen receives a surprise visit from armed police, who arrest Eight on suspicion of supplying drugs to schoolkids in Small Heath. Show more
Comedy. When Mobeen learns that his little sister Aks has been suspended from school for fighting, he realises that he might not be the best role model for her. Show more
Comedy. When the boys visit Eight's Dadha on his deathbed, they are disturbed to hear he has been keeping a dark secret and needs help. Show more
Comedy. Staring hate, violence and societal fractures in the face, Mobeen and his crew see the far right in their truest form at an anti-Islam demonstration. Show more
After the attack on his best friends, Mobeen is armed, dangerous and set for revenge. But can he solve his problems without any bloodshed? Show more
Mobeen tries to do a good deed by helping out at the local food bank, but juggling this with strict orders from Uncle Khan could leave him with a debt that is impossible to pay. Show more
Mobeen is attending the funeral of his former teacher. But when a drug a deal goes wrong at the church, he has bigger things to worry about. Show more