Two chicks gain exclusive access to London's notorious prison, HMP Pentonville.
Bird explores prisoner experiences of knife crime in the UK, uncovering stories from both victim and perpetrator. They uncover how early childhood and trauma play a vital role in criminality to find out what it really means to do time.
Two chicks investigate whether rehabilitation is possible in our UK prisons and The Criminal Justice System. Uncovering that meaningful work, relationships and a kinder society are the key to safer communities and repairing harm. They speak to to Dr. Sarah Lewis, founder of the Growth Project, Cell Workout creator, LJ Flanders and spoken word artist, Jason Smith to find out what it really means to do time.
Two chicks investigate women in prison by uncovering the truth behind female incarceration and the impact it has on their families. They speak to CEO of 'Women in Prison,' Kate Paradine, Lady Unchained, Brenda and women's rights activist, Kafayat Okanlawon to find out what it really means to do time.
Two chicks investigate life sentences in the UK as they discover what happens to lifers behind bars and beyond. They follow the journeys of John McAvoy, a reformed criminal turned iron man; Jan, a mother and John McNamara, a criminal barrister, to find out what it really means to do time.
Two chicks investigate the inextricable links between UK street gangs, offending and prison as they chat with two former gang members and a prison gang worker to find out what it really means to do time.