Nihal asks: Does Narendra Modi's condemnation of cow vigilante groups go far enough? Maggie Oliver and Anne Cryer speak about the new BBC One programme Betrayed Girls.
Nihal asks: Does Narenda Modi's condemnation of cow vigilante groups go far enough? Maggie Oliver, former Detective Constable of the Rochdale grooming scandal and former MP for Keighley, Anne Cryer also join Nihal to speak about the new BBC One programme 'Betrayed Girls' which features the harrowing testimony of the victims whose stories have not been told before and includes interviews with those individuals brave enough to speak out on behalf of the girls. Niharika Ghorpade, Formula 1 correspondent for BBC Top Gear India and Khaleej Times UAE discusses the potential name change of 'Force India' to 'Force One.' Director Conor Ibrahiem tells Nihal about his new film Freesia which has been made to address to issue of Islamaphobia in our society. Also, Nihal speaks to three girls, Farah, Sandhya and Rani who were born in India's most infamous red light district who are bringing a unique piece of theatre to the Edinburgh festival with the show The Lal-Batti Express.