I use Stoner's Invisible Glass
(spray bottle) and newspaper to clean the interior windows. I usually go over each window at least twice to really get them clean and streak free.
For the dash, door panels, center console, etc., I first use one of those little interior brushes that you see in the automotive section at Walmart, etc. This will remove most of the dust, dirt, etc. I then follow that up with Mother's Protectant
. I use a microfiber towel along with it. I spray some Protectant on the towel, then wipe down one small section of the dash, etc. at a time. To minimize the shine and slick feeling, I go over the same area with a second dry microfiber towel immediately. This process works great and will leave your interior smelling like cherries as an added bonus (all Mother's products smell great!)!
For the steering wheel and shifter (I'm assuming you mean the shift knob?), I would recommend using a mild solution of dish soap and water with a terry cloth towel for scrubbing. The steering wheel especially can get really gross really fast with hands all over it constantly. I would not recommend using any type of interior cleaner on the steering wheel or shift knob as it may cause them to become slick which you obviously don't want. I would recommend considering a steering wheel cover to protect the steering wheel in the future though. I typically just use a damp (with water) towel to wipe down my steering wheel and shift knob. It works great and doesn't leave them feeling slick.
If you have any other questions, feel free to ask. You may also want to check out Mother's Wax Forum
where you will find tons of info, etc. on all aspects of vehicle detailing.