Satnam Rana sits in for Nihal and asks if you need to see God in order to believe in him?
Satnam Rana sits in for Nihal and asks: would you send your toddler to a faith nursery?
Satnam Rana sitting in for Nihal and asks if Westernised names are more successfull.
Nihal asks has jealously ever ended one of your relationships?
Nihal asks whether BNP members should be allowed to work as teachers.
Nihal is at Little Ilford School asking kids if there's a problem with gang culture.
Discussion and debate on the big issues.
Nihal asks should you dress modestly if you're an Asian woman?
Author Jaswant Singh talks about his book Jinnah - India, Partition, Independence.
Satnam Rana sits in for Nihal and asks 'is it no longer safe to go back home?'.
Satnam Rana sits in for Nihal and whether Bollywood becoming too Westernised.
Do you need to love each other to have a successful marriage?
Nihal asks if a fatwa against suicide bombers would make a difference.
Nihal asks whether India should change its manners to please foreign tourists.
Nihal asks should the BBC have a station dedicated to British Asians?
Nihal asks whether Asians are too quick to play the race card.
Nihal asks whether parents are to blame for their kids leaving home?
Satnam Rana sits in for Nihal and asks if there are too many mosques or temples in the UK.
Yasmeen Khan sits in for Nihal and asks if it's too dangerous to be an Asian shopkeeper.
Nihal asks whether British soap operas do a good job of representing Asians.
Discussion and debate on the big issues, plus cookery guru Atul Koccher is in.
Should victims of sexual abuse always report it to the authorities?
Nihal asks, can you understand why an Asian would join the BNP?
Should Shah Rukh Khan apologise for his comments about Pakistani players in the IPL?
Nihal chairs the day's debate plus he speaks to Kate Figes, author of Couples - The Truth.
Do you trust your doctor? Should a Muslim bus driver be sacked after stopping for prayer?
Nihal talks to Sir Mota Singh QC about the right to wear the kirpan.
Is it right that a man was spared jail because of his religious beliefs?