A new TV series called Around the World in 80 Faiths is starting tonight at 9pm on BBC2.
In it, the Rev Peter Owen Jones travels from country to country to look at non-mainstream religions. In the first episode he travels to Australia to find out about Aboriginal ceremonies as well as talking to some modern witches about their religion.
Although I don't know what Rev Jones is like, I would hope he takes a sympathetic view of non-Christian faiths. However, the write-up of the first episode of Around the World in 80 Faiths in the Radio Times said Rev Jones "struggles to even observe a witch's ceremony, let alone connect with it".
Nevertheless, I'm quite looking forward to this series, out of curiosity if nothing else. I very much enjoyed an earlier BBC series called Around the World in 80 Treasures with historian Dan Cruickshank.