Has run since 2016 and follows the exploits of a teenage inventor who in each episode takes viewers on a journey filled with valuable life-lessons and aims to encourage young viewers to use their talents and abilities to help others and bring happiness into their lives.
This popular live youth talk show has found a place in its viewers’ hearts since 2011. In the hour-long weekly programme, presenter Nikoo leads discussion on social issues and looks to the Bible to find solutions.
The name of this long-running programme comes from a Turkish saying, “40 foxes have been racing in his mind”, meaning that a person has many ideas in their mind at once. Young people everywhere will find this feeling familiar! The presenters raise questions on topics such as student life, relationships and entertainment.
Not Any Kind of Youth (“Mesh Ay Shabab” in Arabic) is aimed at helping young people to understand their value to God and how they can have a fruitful spiritual life. It addresses topics such as self-image, money, fear and relationships. Young people are invited to share their personal experiences.
With half the population of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) aged under 25, it is not difficult to see why attracting and influencing the region’s youth is a priority for SAT-7.
This popular live youth programme, which began in 2015, is presented by members of the renowned praise band Strongholds. The show addresses issues that commonly affect teenagers. For example, an early episode addressed pre-marital sex, with participants giving their different opinions and a guest psychologist presenting the Biblical point of view.
One of the most popular programmes on SAT-7 ARABIC, this is a vibrant and exciting weekly music show featuring video clips and live songs, with a strong youth focus. Topics from everyday life are discussed alongside Bible readings, music videos and singing.
Cry Freedom is a youth program that presents values including freedom, personal responsibility and the sanctity of life in light of biblical teaching. Each episode includes participants from countries across North Africa, each speaking in a different Arabic dialect, which helps to emphasise the universal nature of the truths being presented.