Around The World in 80 Faiths

Around the World in 80 Faiths was a British television series which was first broadcast by the BBC on 2 January 2009. The series was presented by the Anglican vicar, Pete Owen-Jones, who was researching the various faiths from around the world.

There was also a book planned to accompany the series, written by Owen-Jones and published by BBC Books, but the book is not published.

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