Eight British Jews with a broad range of opinions, beliefs and practices, go on a journey to explore what it means to be Jewish in Britain today.
Episode 1x2; Sep 05, 2018
In the second programme, the group continues their journey in Israel. The group travel the country and go to the occupied West Bank, meeting with people from across the religious and political divide - Israelis and Palestinians - who force them to question their long-held views.
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