Tina Daheley sits in for Nihal with discussion and debate on the big issues.
Tina sits in for Nihal and asks if non-Sikhs should change names to marry in a gurdwara.
Discussion and debate on the big issues affecting British Asians.
Nihal asks if the UK is becoming more dangerous for those who are visibly religious.
Nihal asks if doctors should be disciplined for handing out too many antibiotics.
Nihal is joined by three Edinburgh locals to take a look at the week's top stories.
Comics Bisha Ali, Natasha Noman and Sajeela Kershi join Nihal to discuss women in comedy.
Nihal gets together with a whisky specialist and chef Tony Singh.
Nihal finds out how to make it as a comedian in Edinburgh.
Nihal is joined by writer Clair Whitefield and India's Strongest Man, Gurpal Gill.
Discussion and debate on the big issues with Nihal.
Nihal talks to Shashi Tharoor, the former Indian government minister and MP.
Discussion and debate on the big issues. Nihal asks if 23 is too young to start a family.
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.
Nihal asks if people should have to pay the BBC licence fee.