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“I’m pretty sure your title is spelt as one word Ibrahim… what have you gone and done this time? This sounds rather worrying…”

Hold your horses. What did I say before about not jumping to conclusions? The crucial element is the context. Keep calm and carry on.
On Sunday 28th October 2012, I returned to BBC Radio Cambridgeshire for another radio interview with Suzie Roberts, presenter of the Sunday Breakfast show. I talked about Eid-ul-Adha, the Islamic festival that marks the end of the pilgrimage (Hajj). Furthermore, I was requested to capture the atmosphere at the Kelsey Kerridge Sports Hall in Cambridge on audio, the venue where the Eid Prayer was performed. I also asked others about what Eid means to them and I recorded their responses as well. These responses were embedded in my interview.
I thought the interview went really well! As always, it was great fun and I really enjoyed it. I would like to thank everyone who helped me prepare for the interview, and the rest of the team at BBC Radio Cambridgeshire for inviting me. 

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