Nearly ten years ago Tony Phillips made a series of programmes called Hidden Voices which looked at the lives of Muslims in different European cities.
Producer Tony Phillips with Yusuf Idris Martinez
A decade on Tony Phillips returns to meet the people he originally interviewed and to gauge how their lives have changed over the intervening years. In the first programme he travels to Spain and hears from Dr Mansur Escudero, a leader of Spanish Muslims, who shares a personal loss that has echoes of centuries of persecution, and from Yusuf Idris Martinez, who had to move from Granada's Muslim quarter.
In programme two Tony travels back to the Netherlands where he meets former political science students Fadime Urgu and Esme Choho. Fadime is now a rising star in the Dutch parliament and Esme has changed her name and decided she no longer needs to wear her headscarf.
In the last of the series he returns to Liverpool where Rasheed and Somia McTeer's plans to write a book on the first Muslims in Liverpool have been overtaken by opening an award-winning bookshop in the city, popular for muslims and non-muslims alike.