Are Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims too divided to unite against the EDL? Plus Patrick French talks about his new book India - A Portrait. And do you have to eat meat to be a 'real man'?
Are Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims too divided to unite against the EDL?
Some of the UK's largest Sikh and Hindu organisations have issued a joint statement condemning the EDL and any Sikh who is known to support them. The religious groups say the EDL are using tactics like divide and rule between British Asians in order to get more support for their cause.
Do you think ideas like this work? Can these different communities come together? Or will there always be tension?
After 2 writer and historian Patrick French talks to me about his epic book - India, A Potrait. When you think of India what springs to mind? A great place to holiday or do you still regard it as your home?
Finally research in Canada says women see vegetarian men as wimps. So, if you're a real man, should you be eating meat rather than lentils? Are men that don't eat meat 'real' men? Are you a man who is judged for tucking into veg rather than meat?