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The State of Tel Aviv

Moshe Morad marks the founding of Tel Aviv in 1909 by walking along its five-mile stretch of beach, meeting local characters to paint a portrait of a modern city in an ancient land.

Tel Aviv was officially founded in 1909, and in a programme first broadcast in 2009, Moshe Morad takes a stroll along the city's five-mile stretch of beach, meeting a collection of local characters along the way. Writers, artists, musicians, Rabbis, comedians, Jews, Arabs, politicians, glamour girls, bakers, refugees and friends help paint a portrait of a modern city in an ancient land.

Producer James Parkin (R).

45 minutes

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