Discussion and debate on the big issues affecting British Asians.
Nihal asks if it is right that in Asian culture sons receive more in wills than daughters.
Nihal asks for listeners' views on Salman Khan speaking out about the 1993 Mumbai bombings
Nihal asks if employers still discriminate against new mothers.
Nihal asks if Britain should repay India for damage caused during the Raj.
Nihal asks if it is considered shameful for an Asian woman to have a baby before marriage.
Discussion and debate on the big issues with Nihal.
Nihal asks if people should have to pay the BBC licence fee.
Nihal asks if it is the family's responsibility to watch what a person with diabetes eats.
Nihal asks listeners if they would go on a pilgrimage to India despite the risks involved.
Nihal asks if Indians care about any sport other than cricket and football.
Tina Daheley sits in for Nihal with discussion and debate on the big issues.
Nihal asks how important family honour is to British Asians.
Nihal asks if men should put their parents before their wife.
Nihal talks to young British Asians about how life in the UK has changed since 7 July 2005
Nihal asks why some British Muslims feel that Syria is a better place to live than the UK.
Nihal asks how much India cares about its population.
Sheetal Parmar sits in for Nihal with discussion and debate on the big issues.
Nihal asks if men with depression are expected to deal with it on their own.
Nihal asks if listeners would still holiday in a Muslim country after the Tunisia attacks.
Nihal asks if a man who tried to kill an Asian is a 'lunatic' or a terrorist.
Nihal asks if women who work look down on women who do not.
Nihal asks if the world cares about Sikh political prisoners.
Nihal asks if thinking the west is bad and democracy is wrong makes someone an extremist.
Nihal explores how to observe Ramadan for people with conditions like diabetes.