It's expected to be broadcast late next month as, I understand from my informant, "a series of short epilogues".
Since Stephen Sizer has been widely seen as an antisemite himself this should be interesting, to say the least.
Meanwhile, as reported in the current Jewish Chronicle, the Methodist Friends of Judaism (MFJ) has been launched. Co-ordinated by Reverends Colin Smith and Bruce Thompson, it aims, according to the report,
'to celebrate the contribution of Judaism to the worldwide community, to raise awareness of anti-Judaism within the Christian church, and to challenge antisemitism. Rev Smith is also a member of the Council of Christians and Jews.
The creation of the foundation represents a thawing of Methodist-Jewish relations. In 2010 the Methodist church conference voted to approve a report which [Borad of Deputies' president Vivian] Wineman called “unqualified Israel bashing”.'