Discussion and debate on the big issues affecting British Asians.
Nobel Peace Prize-winner Kailash Satyarthi talks to Nihal.
Nihal asks if religious buildings are only welcoming to members of their faith.
Nihal asks if the media should stop reporting Islamic State hostage deadlines.
Nihal asks if good manners are not a priority for Asian parents.
Nihal asks if India is in danger of being splintered by religion.
Sheetal Parmar sits in for Nihal and asks how to inspire young people to help others.
Nihal asks if Narendra Modi is doing the right thing by getting so close to America.
Nihal asks if men are helpful or useless in the delivery room.
Nihal asks if Muslims are setting the best example when it comes to religion.
Tariq Ramadan, professor of Contemporary Islamic Studies, discusses Muslim identity.
Tina Daheley asks if it is the government's place to tell Muslims how to be British.
Nihal asks if it has become easier for Asians to admit they suffer from the illness.
Tina Daheley sits in for Nihal and asks if Asians look down on women who drink.
Nihal asks if Britain has become a less racist society.
Game of Thrones actress Amrita Acharia talks to Nihal.
Nihal asks if anyone has the right to offend people of faith.
Nihal looks back on some of the biggest talking points and interviews from the year.
Sheetal Parmar asks if celebrating Christmas over your own religion makes you a sell-out.
Sheetal Parmar sits in for Nihal and asks for listeners' views on interfaith relationships
Nihal asks if Christmas is more difficult for people who do not drink alcohol.
Comedian Paul Chowdhry joins Nihal for some pre-Christmas cheer.