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John Safran's Race Relations is a true life television series which follows the trends of interfaith relationships, race and politics from all over the world. Destinations for the show's comedic but real life observations range from the United States of America all the way to Japan and beyond.

There was only ever one season of the series released with each of the eight episodes airing on the ABC 1 television channel. Each of the eight episodes features a different area of the world and a different social, religious or racial problem for Safran to explore, probe and deconstruct, generally while revealing details about his own highly conflicted life.

John Safran's Race Relations is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (8 episodes). The series first aired on October 21, 2009.

John Safran's Race Relations is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch John Safran's Race Relations on demand atAmazon online.

Wednesday 9:35 PM et/pt on Australian Broadcasting Corporation
1 Season, 8 Episodes
October 21, 2009
Comedy, Documentary & Biography, Kids & Family
Cast: John Safran, Justin Heazlewood
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John Safran's Race Relations Full Episode Guide

  • John decides to expose ethnic identity as a ridiculous social construct. What if he marries a non-Jew, and just tells everyone she's Jewish? Resolute, John wants to seek out the ultimate non-Jew - a Muslim and relative of Osama Bin Laden.

  • John has forever wanted to go out with non-Jewish girls, but he always had a vibe that his mother wasn't into it. As John's mum unexpectedly died several years ago, it's impossible to know what she truly thought. Or is it?

  • In his reading, John comes across Henry Makow, a fat, old white guy who went to the Philippines to find a bride. Makow claims that Asian women stay attractive for longer than Western women.

  • John's been reading books on Jewish marriage versus intermarriage. The Jews want him to get together with a Jew, saying that if he marries out, anti-Semitism will inevitably creep into his cross-cultural union.

  • John flies to Sun City, California to get some support from anti-racism campaigner Jane Elliott. His interview leads him to Black Like Me, a book from the 1950s by a man who disguised himself to see what it felt like being black.

  • Some say love will conquer all. But John's mother said he should marry a Jew. So he intends to find out: should you stick with your tribe, or escape your tribe?