ITV's weekly act of worship will be held in a mosque for the first time ever, this Sunday [6 November], as the broadcaster marks the end of the Muslim month of Ramadhan.
ITV's weekly act of worship will be held in a mosque for the first time ever, this Sunday [6 November], as the broadcaster marks the end of the Muslim month of Ramadhan.

ITV will show Eid prayers from Brixton mosque as the final part of the 6 x 60-minute series Mosque, which has been following members of two strict Muslim congregations throughout the period of Ramadhan.

Brixton Mosque follows the Salafi tradition and is one of Britain's most strict and orthodox. It hit the headlines as the mosque that shoe-bomber Richard Reid attended, but today is trying to shed this reputation for extremism by being involved in a number of initiatives aiming to stop terrorism.

The sermon was filmed by Pilgrim Productions Canterbury, who used a four-camera shot to film the prayers and will have only two days to edit the hour-long programme.