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Riz Khan
About Riz Khan Show
This live interactive programme allows you to put your questions directly to newsmakers.
Last Modified: 26 Oct 2009 13:34 GMT

Now available on Al Jazeera English's LiveStation channel, the Riz Khan show is broadcast live and allows viewers from around the world to question world leaders, newsmakers and celebrities directly via phone, email, SMS, video-mail and fax, and now by participating in the LiveStation chatroom. 

Riz Khan
Hosted by internationally renowned journalist Riz Khan, the show gives you a voice in setting the news agenda on key issues and trends affecting lives around the globe.

Riz Khan will seek out the widest range of opinion, from leaders in the developing world to the global economic power houses and get them to tackle the issues that are being debated on the streets and in the corridors of power. 
 
The Riz Khan show airs live from Monday to Thursday at 2030GMT and is repeated the following day at the following times GMT: 0030, 0530 and 1400.

You can join the conversation in the LiveStation chatroom along with other members of the audience, or you can send an email to riz@aljazeera.net, or send us your feedback.
Click here to see Riz Khan's biography.
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