OU, Saving Britain’s Past, 12 October, BBC TWO, 7:30pm, "In a city of immigrants and their diverse communities, no street embraces and wrestles with the debates generated by multiculturalism and heritage as vibrantly as Brick Lane in East London. It has probably absorbed more communities than any other into its fabric, from the Huguenots to the Jews to the current predominant community of Bangladeshis. As each community has moved on, the buildings have remained the same, even as their usage changes."
I saw some of this programme, and thought it was very interesting, introducing some issues relating to architecture, sacred space, community, and identity.
Here's the iPlayer link Saving Britain's Past - 7. The Street [limited time only]