Nihal asks if the Asian community ignores new mothers suffering from depression.
Discussion and debate on the big issues affecting British Asians.
Nihal talks to Metropolitan Police commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe.
Madhur Jaffrey talks to Nihal about her new cookbook.
Nihal talks to lawyer and human rights campaigner Shami Chakrabarti about her new book.
Emmerdale's Fiona Wade and Pasha Bocarie talk about their characters' arranged marriage.
Nihal asks if people with extreme views should be banned from appearing on TV and radio.
Nihal chats to Niven Govinden, author of All the Days and Nights.
Arjun talks to Nihal about his latest track Excuse Me Girl - Ambarsariya.
Nihal asks listeners if India's mission to Mars make them proud.
Nihal talks to the makers of TV documentary The Men with Many Wives.
Nihal asks if a school was right to ban a 16-year-old from wearing a niqab.
Nihal asks listeners if they are happy that Scotland has voted to stay in the UK.
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.