Volume 22 Issue 9a

  • Island Wide Shut

    Director Eva Orner turns her attention to Australia's treatment of asylum seekers.

  • Briggs Goes to Reiby

    We follow Rapper and proud Yorta-Yorta man Adam Briggs as he heads inside the walls of Reiby Juvenile Justice Centre to see what life is like for Australia's young, Indigenous, A-class offenders.

  • Western Australia’s Toughest Prison Is for Women

    If you're a female prisoner in Western Australia, you're probably at Bandyup, where low-risk inmates are mixed with inmates who have committed serious crimes. That's just one of the prison's many issues.

  • Music Reviews

    Featuring guest reviewers from Melbourne's Parkville College, a school for young people who are detained in custody.

  • Do the Time to Pay the Fine

    While you can go to jail for unpaid fines in most Australian states, it doesn't happen all that often. Except in Western Australia, where more than 1,000 fine defaulters are locked up every year.

  • Beyond the Bars

    This radio show has been giving Indigenous prisoners their only opportunity to participate in NAIDOC Week since 2002.