Lord Hall of Birkenhead, head of the taxpayer-funded corporation, is reportedly inviting religious leaders to join discussions about multi-faith coverage.
Ibrahim Mogra of the Muslim Council of Britain said the BBC could cover Friday prayers from a mosque, cover Eid, or children attending Koranic lessons.
The controversial move is in response to criticism the taxpayer-funded corporation delivered a disproportionate amount of programming on Christianity compared with other religions.
…Earlier this year, Aaqil Ahmed, head of religion and ethics at the BBC, told a House of Commons committee: “Christianity remains the cornerstone of our output and there are more hours dedicated to it than there are to other faiths.”
Britain is a Christian country you wretched self-loathing castrati. The Queen is the Head of the Church of England.
So we will be unable to watch television without funding the broadcast of Muslim prayers?https://t.co/BYGlVyHC30
— Shteve (@SteveBlogs1) November 14, 2016