[Gambar]”Home Schooling” di Pink Point @ TV AlHijrah

13 12 2018

Alhamdulillah, dua hari lepas saya bersama kakak-kakak saya, Aeshah Adlina dan Aiman Amani, dijemput oleh TV AlHijrah menjadi panel di dalam rancangan Pink Point.

Saya telah mendapat satu pengalaman yang amat berharga kerana ini adalah kali pertama saya mengambil bahagian di dalam rancangan yang berkonsep seperti ini. Ini adalah satu pengalaman yang sangat berbeza berbanding pengalaman saya menjadi panel rancangan “Sila Duduk, Jangan Lagi” dan “Assalamualaikum”.

Rancangan bual bicara santai yang dihoskan oleh Puan Azidah Mohamed itu berlangsung selama satu jam, bermula pada pukul 2 petang dan berakhir pada pukul 3 petang. ‘Pink Point’ disiarkan secara langsung dan oleh kerana konsepnya ialah spontan, ceria dan santai, kami hanya diberikan topik perbincangan tanpa mengetahui apa yang akan diperkatakan; suatu situasi yang amat mendebarkan.

Saya telah cuba bersedia sebelum ke studio supaya dapat bersiaran dengan lancar dan tidak menghampakan penerbit dan penonton. Bersiaran secara langsung bermakna panel mesti berfikir dengan cepat supaya tidak terlalu teragak-agak apabila berbicara. Namun apabila dihujani dengan beberapa soalan yang tidak saya jangkakan, saya merasa agak berdebar. Contohnya apabila hos bertanya apakah keadaan yang sesuai untuk menggunakan “action speaks louder than words”! Namun, di dalam Pink Point, saya tidak diajukan soalan-soalan panas seperti soalan di dalam “Sila Duduk, Jangan Lari”.

Saya merasa amat bertuah kerana diundang sekali lagi oleh TV AlHijrah.

Rancangan itu ditutup dengan sebuah nasyid yang dinyanyikan oleh kami bertiga, bertajuk “Colours of Islam”, tulisan Dawud Wharnsby Ali.

Rakaman akan menyusul, InsyaAllah.

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Singing ‘Alhamdulillah’ On eWana.FM

14 03 2014

Above is the video of my siblings and I singing the song, ‘Alhamdulillah’ before the live radio show at eWana.FM studio in Kuala Lumpur last week.

Please click here for: Live On-Air On eWana.FM.





Live On-Air On eWana.FM

7 03 2014

WP_20140307_01_08_41_ProLast night, I was live on-air in Uncle Nizal Mohammad’s radio show, ‘When the Night Falls-Bila Larut Malam’ together with my parents and big sisters. It was the first time for me to be on-air on a radio show. I was so excited and I felt like it was a dream.

My sisters and I planned to sing the song, ‘Alhamdulillah’ by Dawud Wharnsby-Ali and I only had less than two days to practice because I was at the Palace of Justice for about half of the day on Wednesday. At first I could not get the tempo right for I kept singing too fast but after practising, I got much better and I was very happy.

On the way to the radio studio, we decided to sing the song but because I was so nervous thinking about we would be singing live on-air, my tune went all wrong and I was really scared if I would be singing that badly on radio. 

When we reached the studio, Uncle Nizal was at the staircase to greet us. He welcomed us in and introduced us to everybody and introduced everybody to us. After we were seated, we started to sing the song again and when Uncle Nizal and his colleagues heard us singing, they decided to record the song and to air it before the show started.

So we went to the conti to record the song. I was so, so scared and suddenly I felt that I wasn’t ready. Anyway I tried my best and everything went well as we sang the song.

Then the show started and when Uncle Nizal asked me the first question, I felt very nervous again. I tried to calm down as I held up the microphone to answer the question. After answering a few questions, I felt better and started to enjoy myself.

We talked about our hobbies, ambitions, our blogs, about writing and others. It was fun because Uncle Nizal knows how to make us feel relaxed and calm. Uncle Nizal is fun to talk to and he is a wonderful DJ.

I learned a lot from the experience. It was not that easy because it was a live show, and as we were not told what were going to be asked, we had to think fast to answer the questions. There were people who thought that we were given scripts for the show but actually the questions were candid and I did not bring any notes with me.

Thank you Uncle Nizal, for giving me the chance to be on-air. I really hope that I could be on a radio show again or hopefully on a TV show in the future. Hopefully Uncle Nizal will have me in his other shows 🙂





Performing Nasheed At Shah Alam

20 12 2009

Yesterday my sisters and I performed nasheed at the Maal Hijrah 1431 Carnival in Shah Alam.

First we sang the ‘Khalifah Song’.

Second we sang ‘Animals Love To Hear Quran’.

Third we sang ‘Alhamdulillah’.

And last we sang the ‘Khalifah Song’ again.

“Animals Love To Hear Quran’ and ‘Alhamdulillah’ were written by Dawud Wharnsby Ali.

It was raining very heavily and we have to wait for the lightnings to stop before going on stage.

It was fun to perform on stage.

The carnival was organised by the Jabatan Agama Islam Selangor(JAIS) together with MUAFAKAT (my father’s NGO).

It was held at the Masjid Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah or Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque in Shah Alam.

Shah Alam is the capital of Selangor.

I hope that there will be more chances for us to perform next time 🙂

My father will upload the performance on the YouTube soon.





Ramadan

29 08 2009

Now is the month of Ramadan.

During Ramadan we fast together.

This is the song about Ramadan by Dawud Wharnsby Ali.

I like the song very much because it teaches me about Ramadan.

Well, we’ve scanned the sky and we’ve sighted the moon
And we welcome the month of Ramadan
When we’ll fast together for Allah, to help and strengthen our iman

Oh it was so very long ago
In the holy month of Ramadan
Allah sent his message to the world
The holy book of Quran
A light to shine for all mankind
A guide to teach us right from wrong
First revealed on the night of power
With peace until the rising of the dawn.

So we’ve scanned the sky and we’ve sighted the moon
And we welcome the month of Ramadan
When we’ll fast together for Allah, to help and strengthen our iman

As the sun lay sleeping, beneath the blanket of the night
We rise early to make suhur, before the white thread of light
We’re patient and kind, remembering Allah all throughout our day
And when the sun has gone and we’ve made iftar,
We gather together and pray.

’cause we’ve scanned the sky and we’ve sighted the moon
And we welcome the month of Ramadan
When we’ll fast together for Allah, to help and strengthen our iman

Well, we’ve scanned the sky and we’ve sighted the moon
And we welcome the month of Ramadan
When we’ll fast together for Allah, to help and strengthen our iman

So many of our brothers and sisters, all across the land
They have no food to eat at all, and they need a helping hand
When we fast from morning ’til the night, to fulfill Allah’s command
We feel the hunger and thirst they feel, and it helps us to understand

For, all too fast, the moon goes past, our month of blessings now has gone
But we’ll keep its spirit throughout the year, Everyday should be like Ramadan

So we’ve scanned the sky and we’ve sighted the moon
And we say “Farewell” to Ramadan
When we fast together for Allah, to help and strengthen our iman

Yes, we’ve scanned the sky and we’ve sighted the moon
And we say “Farewell” to Ramadan
When we fast together for Allah, to help and strengthen our iman








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