Channel 4's discussion series about what it means to be Muslim in secular Britain is back for a second series. It's the only programme on mainstream TV that's for the Muslim community, and we want you to get involved.
We're looking for audience members to take part in our new series of Shariah TV do you have a question you want to ask our panel of Islamic scholars and experts about being a Muslim in secular Britain? There's a raft of topics including: relationships, modern technology, medical ethics, education, Islamic leadership, politics, Islamic art and culture, and the media representation of Islam.
We're making some changes in the second series so there'll be more opportunities to explore subjects in depth.
If you want our panel to give you an interpretation of Shariah Law regarding a dilemma you're facing as a Muslim living in Britain, or you want to get involved in the discussion we want to hear from you!
You need to be a Muslim living in Britain (practising or non practising), aged 17-35 years. We'll be recording over the weekends of 12th and 13th March and 19th and 20th March, in our North London studios.
For more details, send your name and contact details and any questions you'd like to ask to firstname.lastname@example.org
Or speak to a member of the production team on 0208 950 4426