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Discussion and debate on the big issues affecting British Asians.
Amol Rajan is joined by Communities Secretary Sajid Javid.
Amol Rajan asks, is English football a national embarrassment?
Amol Rajan presents the programme debating the big issues affecting British Asians.
Nihals asks, is India safe for female travellers?
Amol Rajan sits in for Nihal and asks, was Gandhi a racist?
Amol Rajan sits in for Nihal and asks, do arranged marriages work best?
Amol Rajan sits in for Nihal and asks, do Asians get away with racist jokes?
Amol Rajan asks, should an Indian Minister ever describe Pakistan as a 'terrorist state'?
Should Muslim women be allowed to go on hajj without a male guardian?
Sonali Shah sits in and asks, what are listeners' relationship deal breakers?
Sonali Shah sits in for Nihal with discussion on the big issues affecting British Asians.
Secunder Kermani sits in and speaks to the brother-in-law of Mohammed Sidique Khan.
Secunder Kermani sits in for Nihal.
Secunder Kermani sits in and asks, is it right to accept paying guests at a wedding?
Secunder Kermani asks, would listeners change their names if doing so made life easier?
Secunder Kermani asks, has social media encouraged people to be more Islamophobic?
Secunder Kermani sits in and asks, why is the burka such a divisive issue?
Secunder asks, is life harder now for girls or are they just better placed to complain?
Sonali Shah sits in for Nihal and asks, how big a cause for concern is beach safety?
Sonali Shah wonders whether India should have done better at the Olympics.
Sonali Shah asks: would the burkini be banned if it was called something different?
Sonali Shah sits in for Nihal and asks, does society judge vegans and vegetarians?
Will Team GB's success be worth it?
Anila Dhami sits in for Nihal. Do images of children in war zones change anything?