I "know" someone who is (poster on another MB) - it would be fascinating, but it would take a lot of setting up and cost a fortune. And wouldn't appeal to a wide enough audience for them to justify it (such a lot of moaning in the press lately about nobody watching BBC3 and 4, wasting licence-payers' money etc.)
My ds1 is married to a Jewish girl, whilst my ds2 has a Muslim girlfriend. We're nominally Christian. There haven't been any problems as yet. Coincidentally, Ds1's mil works as a counsellor to people in mixed religion marriages.
JanH - I don't know - they could pitch it as a new twist on the Living the Dream/Relocation genre (but it would have the bonus of being EDUMACASHIONAL). It could be a mix of ex-pats like me whinging about their practices and foreigners in the UK whinging about ours.
It can be endlessly fascinating. I used to teach English as a foreign language and always asked the students about UK vs. their country type stuff. Once I asked what they thought was the strangest thing about the UK and one girl said (angrily) "You keep your children on *leads* like *dogs* ". made me laugh.
Fascinating to us, coddy, but there's only 20,000 of us max! (mumsnetters that is, not parents.) Are all the relocation type programmes on commercial stations? The one I "know" is BBC. And I don't know her well enough to say "oy, you, make this programme!"
What about aloha and MI and any other lovely journos we know? They must know lots of meejah types?
I work in radio and it sounds just like the sort of thing you hear a lot of on the World Service, dependent on the strength of the characters you 'meet'and the kind of access you can get. I agree it would be pricey for tv, but very possible on radio