another "radical social experiment" about to take place in bradford, this time courtesy of channel 4.
To define what it means to be British, the series begins with the Government's UK Citizenship Test - the Life in the UK Test.
Over 100 people from across Bradford, all British citizens, are invited to sit the test, in which the questions include: 'What percentage of the British population is under the age of 19?' and 'When were women given the right to vote?'.
Eight people who fail the test are invited to live together in a microcosm of multicultural society.
After debating what being a British citizen means, from exploring use of language through to accommodating religious and dietary requirements, they'll experience a side of life in Great Britain they've never seen before.
In pairs, the eight residents of Bradford, ranging from a pub landlady to a former magistrate, will live each other's lives.
From visiting a mosque for the first time, to experiencing a traditional dinner party, each person opens their eyes to the world that exists around them, right on their doorstep.
Can eight people from different worlds but the same city really define what it means to be British in 2012?
Diversity and community experts Taiba Yasseen and Laurie Trott help guide the eight through the experience, to see if, by uniting people within the city, they can create a blueprint for a genuinely multicultural Great Britain.