I have written on here before that multiculturalism is no more than apartheid in a posh frock, but before this morning, listening to 'Start the Week' on R4 (well worth a listen again), I was unaware of Kenan Malik's excellent essays, broadcasts and publications reflecting my own views on this subject. He's wrong on immigration, I think - economics are not his strong point - but sound on race. He's quite candid about having 'come in' from the far left in the 80s, and now condemns the fashionable racism of the left.
I'd love to see him head-to-head with another media Indian, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown. I think intellectually he'd wipe the floor with her. Read his essays on his website here and let me know what you think, if you like.