I woke up at 4 o’clock because my alarm is set for 4 o'clock. I perform wudu. I can explain my routine to you; First of all, I go into the bathroom to clean. Before you stand before God to pray, you have to clean yourself properly.
My name's Joe Feely. I host a walking tour in Manchester called Rock and Goal Manchester. I work on community radio, which I've done for about 20 years and I play music.
I've lived in Longsight for 52 years a month, all my life. I live with my daughter Charlotte. She's 28 and she works for Manchester City Council as well, we both work for Manchester City Council.
I am Mohammad Shahid Bhatti, called Bhatti by my family and friends. I am Pakistani and I work as an auto electrician. I learned it from Khawar Rizvi, I have been working with him for the last 5 years CANT FIND URDU
My first tattoo was on my upper left arm. It's a number seven, which is my squad number from my rugby team. I play Rugby League, or I used to. That's a number seven and that's a scrum half.
I live in the community, just up the road. Actually I work in the centre, where we are now, as a domestic assistant. I'm here because obviously the laundrette closed down. But fortunately for me, the people that run the community centre saw an opening. They offered it to me and I'm just so very glad that they did.
There is a village near Sakardu, near the Indian border, called Siksa. I was born there, grew up there, and in our village the rate of education in 100% and all over Baltistan. The first high school opened there in 1964 and so my village was very well educated. From my village, if you go to Khaploo there is a big field from there you can view K2 in front of you. It’s peak is always covered in fog and so you cannot see the top. We did not know the importance of K2 at that time. There was a brand of cigarettes called K2 and K2 for us was famous because of that. After, when tourists started coming there, it became famous and now I feel proud.