Jeanette Kwakye and Nihal Arthanayake wrap up the best of the action from day 14 of the Olympics, including the final of the sport climbing. Show more
Nihal Arthanayake experiences the grace, strength and skill of the world’s top gymnasts as they perform intricate and explosive acrobatic moves in their quest for gold. Show more
Jeanette Kwakye and Nihal Arthanayake take a look back over some of the standout action in Tokyo today, which saw Britain’s Kye Whyte go for glory in the BMX racing finals. Show more
Simone Biles is the likely star of this show as Jeanette Kwakye and Nihal Arthanayake take a look back over some of the standout action in Tokyo today. Show more
Jeanette Kwakye and Nihal Arthanayake take you through the best of the action from day 13 of the Tokyo Olympics as 27 gold medals were decided. Show more
Jeanette Kwakye and Nihal Arthanayake introduce highlights of a men’s football final that fans hope will match the drama of the gold medal match at the last Olympics. Show more
With Sky Brown making history as Great Britain’s youngest summer Olympian, Nihal Arthanayake follows the irrepressible 12-year-old’s progress in skateboarding’s park event.
Join Jeanette Kwakye and Nihal Arthanayake as they find out how the GB team got on in the inaugural Olympic triathlon mixed team relay in Tokyo. Show more
Nihal Arthanayake introduces the men's golf final, team equestrian eventing, and women's singles badminton.
Jeanette Kwakye and Nihal Arthanayake cast their eye over the best of the action from another hectic day at Tokyo 2020, which featured Olympic history in the making. Show more
On the day of the women’s football semi-finals, Nihal Arthanayake sees how the teams are shaping up. Are world champions USA odds-on to reclaim the Olympic title?
Two teams fight it out to dodge detention. The superstudent team captains are joined by Jermain Jackman, Bobby Lockwood, comedian Katherine Ryan and presenter Nihal Arthanayake. Show more
Biff is an extraordinary dog - he's a ballerina! Join Nihal Arthanayake for tonight's bedtime story about a dog who dreams of dancing. Show more
A story read by Nihal Arthanayake. Ria and Josh love playing around when they have a babysitter but they may have met their match.
Hull, City of Culture, including Richard Bean's The Hypocrite, Helen Dunmore's Birdcage Walk, Radio 4's Mars Season, Isabel Huppert in Verhoeven's prizewinning noir thriller Elle. Show more
Giles Coren is joined by radio DJ Nihal Arthanayake and writer and comedian Viv Groskop to cherry-pick the best of the cultural week. Wolf Alice perform live in the studio. Show more
Asian arts and lifestyle magazine. In current British-Asian literature, is it essential to write about identity and culture to have a bestseller? Show more
Asian arts, culture and entertainment magazine, including the Hindu and Muslim groups that are setting the standard in youth activism, and a preview of the annual Indian Oscars. Show more
Comedy quiz show. Daily Mail columnist Rowan Pelling competes against Radio One DJ Nihal Arthanayake in answering questions set by members of the public. Show more
Celebrity cooking contest, with actor Neil Stuke, athlete Tessa Sanderson, entrepreneur Richard Farleigh, Brookside actress Alex Fletcher and Radio 1 DJ Nihal Arthanayake. Show more