Voices from inside Iran's protest crackdown
Panorama's Jane Corbin travelled to Kayseri in central Turkey to meet some of the young people who have fled Iran amid what they describe as a brutal crackdown on opposition voices.Read about Jane Corbin's experience
Freed journalist: Iranian regime's 'information fears'
Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari was held in a Tehran jail for 118 days in 2009. His arrest came as he worked for western media outlets, including BBC Panorama. In this analysis, Mr Bahari explains why the regime fears information, the internet and a free press.Read about the regime's fears
On 21 June 2009, journalist and film-maker Maziar Bahari was arrested in Iran. He was imprisoned for four months before being released on bail and fleeing to London. Mr Bahari told Panorama reporter Jane Corbin about his time in Tehran's Evin prison and the abuse he suffered.
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