Her Majesty's Prison: Aylesbury going out on ITV

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Her Majesty's Prison: Aylesbury going out on ITV

Post by falkor » Sun Feb 10, 2013 11:36 pm

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“You sort of see them as human beings as opposed to monsters. There’s certainly a few damaged and damaging people in there.

“I think it’s very raw and uncompromising.”

Mr Phillips said the first one hour programme explores the relationship between prisoners whereas the second looks at the prison officers’ relationship with those convicted.

The institute holds long term male inmates between the ages of 17 and 21 with more than 10 percent serving life sentences.
should be worth seeing but you've got another 7 days to go yet
Monday 18th February at 9:00pm on ITV
Her Majesty's Prison Aylesbury, Episode 1: Observational documentary series filmed over five months in the UK's most notorious young offenders institution. HMP Aylesbury houses some of the most dangerous criminals in Britain, including murderers, rapists, violent gang members and paedophiles. One in five of the inmates is serving a life or indeterminate sentence, but what makes this prison exceptional and disturbing is that the oldest among them is just 21. London gangs are dominant here
looks like it will be quite a TV programme to catch!!
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