Nihal asks if IS and the Rotherham scandal have made it difficult to be Asian in the UK.
Nihal asks if Asians in Scotland are more patriotic than Asians in England.
Nihal asks how people deal with being estranged from their families.
Dr Nasar Meer from Strathclyde University takes questions on the Scottish referendum.
Nihal asks listeners if they feel a duty to help victims of floods in Pakistan and India.
Nihal asks if Asians are more insensitive towards fat people.
Nihal asks if the Asian community is accepting of domestic abuse in relationships.
Discussion and debate on the big issues affecting British Asians.
Bollywood actress and UN equality champion Celina Jaitley talks to Nihal.
Nihal asks if Asians find it harder to cope with autism in the family.
Nihal asks if the ethnicity of the abusers in the Rotherham case is relevant.
Nihal chairs a debate on Scotland's referendum with Scottish Asians.
Nihal is in Edinburgh with writer Vinay Patel and impressionist Anil Desai.
Nihal is live at the Edinburgh Festival 2014 with Romesh Ranganathan.
Comedians Marwaan Rizwan and Seda Yildiz talk about twerking and their new double act.
Nihal asks if you agree with Baroness Warsi that the Tories have failed to woo minorities.
Nihal asks listeners if the Israel-Gaza conflict has led to a rise in anti-semitism.