Claims of a dirty politics campaign in Bradford, plus India v UAE in the Cricket World Cup
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The latest on the identity of the IS militant known as Jihadi John, plus tuition fee.
An update of the day's news.
An update of the day's news at lunchtime.
An interview with the headmistress from Chapel Hill, plus the clampdown on cold callers.
The clampdown on cold callers, plus a BBC poll into Muslim opinions.
The British Army is to consider plans for a new Sikh regiment.
Turkey criticises the UK police over the British schoolgirls travelling to Syria.
The missing schoolgirls thought to be on their way to Syria, plus the Cricket World Cup.
The families of the girls thought to be travelling to Syria urge them to return home.
Police appeal for three girls, who are believed to be travelling to Syria to join IS.
A faith healer is jailed for fraud, plus Narendra Modi's gold suit is sold at auction.
A London teenager has been convicted of plotting to behead a British soldier.
Calls for more mosques to carry out civil marriages to legalise religious ceremonies.
An alleged racist act by Chelsea fans is condemned, plus over-prescription of antibiotics.
Afghanistan's debut at the Cricket World Cup, plus how vitiligo affects Gujaratis.
An update of the day's news, including youth unemployment and Bangladesh v Afghanistan.
Sex and relationship education for state primary school children, plus police recruitment.
An update of the day's news you need to hear.
All the news you need to hear at lunchtime.
Asian Network reports from the Cricket World Cup in Adelaide.
The teenager accused of planning to behead a British soldier appears at the Old Bailey.
The family of the Chapel Hill victims claim their murder was a hate crime.
Three American Muslim students have been shot dead in the US.
The day's news, including the Belgium terrorism trial and Premier League football rights.
Syrian president Bashar al-Assad denies using barrel bombs against civilians.
A teenager has been accused of planning to kill a British soldier.
Calls for abortions laws to be clarified. Plus The Lunchbox fails to pick up a Bafta.
Imran Khawaja, who faked his own death to return from Syria, is jailed for 12 years.
A British jihadist who faked his own death is jailed for 12 years. With Ushma Mistry.
Rotherham council is declared unfit for purpose, plus Lord Ahmad responds to criticism.
An interview with the communities minister who sent a controversial letter to mosques.
The High Court hears the case against the mayor of Tower Hamlets. Plus Filmfares news.