In productive media cooperation, the Ministry of Culture and Sports has entered in a media partnership with “Doha 360” platform. Based on this partnership, a group of distinctive programmes were broadcast by the radio on Doha 360 website. This cooperation achieved its goals, as the public interacted well with those useful programmes that were in line with the Ramadan programme plan on Mazaji.FM Radio. Through Radio 360, the Ministry produced several programme s, such as “Majalis Al Nour”, a religious and educational programme that aimed to bring Holy Qur’an closer to people’s realities, interests and daily lives, and it was broadcast on Mazaji.FM Radio. In each episode, one or more Quran verses related to a society’s issue were chosen and interpreted in an easy and brief manner; “Maa Al Anbiaa” (With Prophets), which was a programme discussing prophets and their lives in an attempt to understand the profound implications of their stories and the type of change that it brought to people’s awareness turning them to better people. “Ish Al-Tabkha” (what’s cooking?) was another programme  in which the most delicious dishes were showed, as well as a great deal of  information about kitchen cleaning, healthy and fatty food items, food in general and different types of cuisine from around the world. All these secrets and information were presented by Mohammed Abdulmalik and his guests during each episode of the programme . “They claim that …” was another programme in which “Kalila and Dimna Tales” by Abdullah Ibnul-Muqaffa was discussed. The tales are one of the most prominent literary books in the Arab Islamic civilization, as it shows wisdom and ideas in the style of proverbs and their tales, with animals as characters of these tales. It appears as a book for fun, but it held deeper meanings and lessons that would be significant to humans any time everywhere. The programme was interested in simplifying mysteries in this book and revealing its eloquent meaning through demonstrating and understanding its tales, so that all viewers could benefit from the meanings in the book.

Finally the radio had a programme  called “In classical Arabic”, which was like a walk along the world of international poetry, how poets sang their love for life, documented their opinions and perception of societies and how they immortalized human suffering, joy and dreams in their verses.