On this week's show: Finding freedom behind bars with a restorative justice program in the UK and a poet serving life without parole in the USA. In the second half: Argentina's drug mule doctors and the strange tale of the Pakistani man whose moustache made him a terrorism target.
Produced by: Neil King, Kate Laycock, Nancy Isenson and Angelique Müller.
Twelve years ago, Chris Donovan was kicked to death by teenagers looking for trouble. Now, those same teenagers regard his parents as friends.
Report: Stuart Holdsworth
How a prisoner serving life without parole become a published poet, took part in a wide range of international artistic collaborations, and found a way to "go on," even when going on seemed impossible.
Report: Kate Laycock
Malik Amir Muhammad Khan Afridi's moustache is so luxuriant that it has made him a target of Islamist extremists.
Report: Malik Ayub Sumbal, presented by Andre Leslie
In a clinic near Buenos Aires International Airport, a group of doctors are tasked with caring for people caught smuggling drugs in their bodies.
Report: Eilis O'Neill
How a group of lawyers are helping prisoners to equip themselves with the legal knowledge they need to fight unjust sentences.
Report: Jane Mwangi