An hour is hardly long enough to cover the myriad confusions over identity, land and ideology, and the focus inevitably falls on the West Bank. But it’s as balanced as one could reasonably expect and features enlightening diversions into the popular culture of music and soap opera. The conclusion: only by curbing its obsession with the past can Israel really face the future.
A fish specialist in a glass pavilion overlooking Southwark Cathedral and Borough Market. It's been going since 1999, so it must be doing something right. The menu goes from beer-battered fish and chips, grilled/steamed sardines, mackerel, tuna steak, swordfish and sea bream to Thai fish cakes with sweet chilli sauce, smoked haddock rarebit, moules mariniere and grilled lobster with chips and garlic butter. Seafood not your thing? There's bruschetta (without anchovies), chicken liver parfait, steaks and a veggie dish of the day, too. A couple of cocktails are available, alongside a wine list with an understandable focus on whites.
Venue says: “Proud winners at The National Fish and Chip Awards 2017!”