Clive Anderson and guests discuss the legal rights of prison inmates.
Charlotte Smith goes behind bars to visit a farm within a prison at HMP North Sea Camp.
Laura visits a death row inmate in Florida for answers about her late father's final years
In this edition of a series of programmes on justice, Harry Potter examines deterrence.
Bobby Cummines, chief executive of UNLOCK, says ex-offenders need jobs to reduce crime.
Ex-inmate Carl Cattermole discovers stories about concerts that have taken place in jails
Emma Jane Kirby investigates Ken Clarke's promised "rehabilitation revolution".
Former prisoner turned entrepreneur, Curtis Blanc, says prison only works if you let it.
Nikki Fox investigates the treatment of disabled people in British prisons.
The German best selling author and lawyer discusses ideas about guilt and retribution.
In the 1990s, President Alberto Fujimori launched a family planning programme in Peru.
Ex-convicts tell intimate stories of how they renounced lives of crime.
Author Carlo Gebler on the role of prison arts in punishment and rehabilitation
Tom Dyckhoff examines how the design of the built environment can influence who we are.
Craig has spent most of his life locked up: can he finally put his offending behind him?
CJ Burge tells Alan Rusbridger about the mental impact of prison life, in Japan and the UK
Dr Sohom Das talks to Alan Rusbridger about treating prisoners who are mentally unwell.
Richard Weight asks why prison policy is so difficult to unlock and if anyone has the key.
Prison, drugs and debts - who's paying the price of the thriving drug trade in our jails?
The teams are given just one day to find ways to stop criminals reoffending.
Ernie Rea and his guests discuss the statutory provision of religion in prison.
Robyn Scott argues that accepting more risk will improve public services.
Sarah Montague talks to a mum about how she is coping with her son in prison.
Sarah Montague talks to those coping on the outside while a family member is in prison.
Clinton's White House departure inspires Alistair Cooke to explore past presidents' exits.
Have major changes to the probation system put the public at risk?
Sir Trevor McDonald asks former armed robber John McAvoy how he found redemption.
Is the penal system broken and creating a criminal class?
Winifred Robinson investigates government plans to target the education of young prisoners