The “360 Wayak” (360 with you) program team presents on Eid, starting today a series of its episodes that will continue for three days in the blessed Eidul-Fitr, from eight until ten in the evening. The program aims of bring joy and happiness to the hearts of members of society. It is expected that the Doha 360 platform will witness the presentation of a number of entertainment and educational shows within this program. The program has become widely popular as the episodes include online interviews with influential personalities inside and outside the State of Qatar, which reflects the program’s interest in social cohesion in light of the commitment to social divergence. The program will also communicate with Qataris who have gone through the Corona crisis during their treatment or studies abroad. Furthermore, there is a number of competitions and questions that will include valuable prizes and greetings for children. They will be presented in a new framework and form that has its own character commensurate with the exceptional days of Eid that come this year while everyone is at home. The program is presented by Khaled Al Jumaili. The preparation team consists of the Culture Section of the Department of Culture and Arts, managed by Mrs. Jawaher Al-Badr, and supervision is done by the Public Relations and Communications Department. The executive producer and the directing is done by Doha 360 site affiliated to the Qatar Centre for Cultural and Heritage Events. For her part, Aisha Al-Mahmoud, Director of Public Relations and Communication Department, confirmed that the program contributes to bringing joy to the hearts of viewers, especially in these days when people spend Eid in exceptional circumstances. This has made the Ministry work to its fullest capacity in order to contribute to entertain community members who seek happiness during the days of Eid. She further noted that the program was able to gain a wide audience during the past period. This has increased the responsibility of its staff to continue to achieve success. She further added that the method of handling and of presentation that increased the mass interaction with this program has become a feature of the program since episodes are subject to the conditions of social media programs in terms of form, content and duration. She also stressed that the nature of these works has become the most appropriate and has proven its ability to reach a wide audience from the beginning of the crisis. This may suggest that such programs might remain even after the crises has ended. She further noted that the program comes within the plan of the MCS and its orientation based during the current period on the need to promote the online culture in society. She stressed that work is carried out in accordance with the criteria that require that there are no gatherings, within the framework of enhancing community communication under the current circumstances.