Who Believes In Britain?

Episodes

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Mike Wooldridge , BBC Religious

Affairs Correspondent, meets adherents of the major religious traditions. 1: The Christians

In Belfast denominational loyalties are met by the challenge of reconciliation. In Bristol, black-led churches offer an alternative to mainstream Christianity facing decline.

Producer Norman Winter. Stereo

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Unknown: Mike Wooldridge

Producer: Norman Winter.

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Mike Wooldridge , BBC Religious Affairs

Correspondent, meets adherents of the major religious traditions. 2: The Muslims

Over a million Muslims represent what is now

Britain's second-strongest faith, confronting what they see as the materialism and spiritual bankruptcy of Western society. Yet Muslims themselves are divided on what is essential to Islam.

Producer Norman Winter. Stereo

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Mike Wooldridge , BBC Religious Affairs

Correspondent, meets adherents of the major religious traditions. 3: The Hindus

Is Hinduism inextricably linked with the culture of India? At England's oldest temple in Leicester, and in the celebration of Holi in Preston, Hindus face the challenge of integrating their spirituality and values with life in Britain. Producer Norman Winter. Stereo

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Mike Wooldridge , BBC Religious Affairs

Correspondent, meets adherents of the major religious traditions, and explores the issues facing them in today's society. 5: The Sikhs

Outside India, Britain's Sikh community is the world's largest. The turban is a visible sign of commitment to the tenets of this distinct faith, which enshrines both tolerance and high, sometimes separatist ideals.

Producer Norman Winter. Stereo

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Mike Wooldridge , BBC Religious Affairs

Correspondent, meets adherents of the major religious traditions, and explores the issues facing them in today's society. 6: The Jews

While some Orthodox

Jews are finding renewed confidence in the ancient traditions, and the Reform tradition attempts to engage with the modem world, some say the middle ground is in danger of being deserted.

Producer Norman Winter

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Unknown: Mike Wooldridge