Listen to the second part of our two-part podcast produced by National Prison Radio on the Strangeways protests and the past, present and future of prisons.
Part two examines the legacy of the Strangeways protests and the role of prisons and imprisonment since. Produced by National Prison Radio and with support from the Barry Amiel and Norman Melburn Trust, the podcasts situate the protests within the wider context of the state of prisons in the past, present and future.
Those interviewed for the podcast include Lord Woolf, Charlie Weinberg (Safe Ground), Deb Coles (Inquest), Joe Sim (Liverpool John Moores University), Dr David Scott (Open University), Eric Allison (The Guardian) and Brendan O'Friel (former governor of Strangeways).
Listen to the podcast and subscribe to National Prison Radio's "Secret Life of Prisons" series.