Discussion and debate on the big issues affecting British Asians.
Nihal asks if Asians should feel guilty for having an issue with immigration.
Tina Daheley sits in for Nihal and asks if pupils should experience racial diversity.
Nihal asks listeners if they would let children have a pork gelatin-based flu vaccine.
Tina Daheley asks if children who do not speak fluent English are held back at school.
Nihal asks if punishment or rehabilitation is best for Britons who have fought for IS.
Nihal asks listeners if they think it is disrespectful to not wear a remembrance poppy.
After a reported bombing by a UK man in Iraq, Nihal asks if such events can be prevented.
Nihal asks if Asian women are being made to choose between a career and a family.
Nihal asks listeners if there will be an Asian prime minister during their lifetimes.
Nihal asks if the Asians have an issue with adoption, plus he talks to Sayeeda Warsi.
Nihal asks if pressure still exist in 2014 for Asian women to abort girls.
Nihal asks if langar really is available to everyone, plus he talks to Jay Sean.
Nihal asks how to heal the wounds caused by the assassination of Indira Gandhi in 1984.
Nihal asks if it is right for parents to have a say in what their teenage children wear.
Nihal asks listeners if their area has been 'swamped' by EU immigrants.
Nihal interviews Prime Minister David Cameron.
Nihal talks to Great British Bake Off semi-finalist Chetna Makan.
Nihal talks to England cricketer Moeen Ali.
Nihal asks if the Asian community ignores new mothers suffering from depression.
Nihal talks to Metropolitan Police commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe.