Intikhab-e-Sukhan is a television program on MTA that features popular videos and music-free songs of poetry, known as ‘nazms’. The programme allows viewers the opportunity to interact with MTA by sending messages, which are read out live. The program plays the top most requested nazms of the week, as requested by viewers who can vote online, fax, email, or phone live during the programme. The programme begins with a ‘hamd’, beautiful poems to express love and devotion to God, followed by a ‘na’at’, poems written in praise of the Holy Founder of Islam, the Prophet Muhammad (saw). Intikhab-e-Sukhan features poetry
from some of the most exceptional poets of past and present. These include beautiful couplets and verses from the poetry of the founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. Other poets, such as the outstanding Obaidullah Aleem, considered one of the greatest poets in Pakistan’s history, also feature regularly. The poetic verses are sung by various singers and accompanied with ‘nazm videos’.
Recitation of part 18 of the Holy Quran by Aiman Almaliki.
The call for Maghrib prayer is announced according to London timings.