Discussion and debate on the big issues affecting British Asians.
Nihal asks listeners if calling their mother-in-love mum is insulting to their mother.
Nihal asks if using a dating app is a better way of meeting a partner than via parents.
Nihal is joined by Surrinder Rattan, Aziz Ibrahim and Jay Mamotra for his Men's Panel.
Nihal asks if foreign couples should be banned from using surrogates in India.
Nihal asks listeners if women sometimes use their time of the month to get out of things.
Nihal asks if the recent Sikh protests harmed the community's image or helped their cause.
Nihal asks if Shiv Sena are prejudiced or patriotic.
Nihal asks if a Muslim couple who tried to join IS should be able to keep their children.
Shobu Kapoor and Sanjeev Bhasker talk to Nihal about their new play, Dinner with Saddam.
Nihal discusses Jagmeet Singh's protests about Sikh killings in Punjab.
Nihal is joined by Hansal Mehta, director of Aligarh.
Nihals asks if listeners agree with two designers' comments about British Asian fashion.
Nihal asks if Nadiya Hussain's Bake Off win will change perceptions of Muslims in the UK.
Nihal asks if Asian communites care more about their elderly than others do.
Actors Ray Panthaki and Adeel Akhtar join Nihal in the studio.
Comedian Paul Sinha is live with Nihal ahead of his upcoming tour and book release.
Nihal asks listeners if they feel pressured to prove that they are British.
Celebrity chef Atul Kochhar joins Nihal ahead of the release of his latest book.