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Prison Professors

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Prison Professors

Michael Santos hosts daily podcasts on Prison Professors to help people und

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At Prison Professors, our team offers strategies and insight for people who want to avoid investigations or get the best outcomes if authorities have targeted them. Michael Santos, our host, served 26 years in federal prison. Learn how to prepare. Contact us at Team@PrisonProfessors.com. For more information, call or text: 949-205-6056.
 
Welcome to The Prisoner Podcast !!! - Yvonne & John review each of the 692 episodes of the TV show "Prisoner" aka "Prisoner Cell Block H". We review each episode weekly and provide our 'unique' commentary on the episode synopsis and other social exposition of the time! Stay tuned for our Instagram account where you can interact with us! Get ready for the ride of your life!
 
A pebble in the shoe of the Prison Industrial Complex. Notes From The Pen is a modern portrait of American incarceration told, in real time, through a series of fifteen-minute phone calls between two special degenerates on opposite sides of a prison wall. Notes From The Pen is now available on Patreon Get all 10 seasons, plus Patreon only Bonus content - but you have to sign up! GO TO PATREON.COM Search for NOTES FROM THE PEN Our website: Notesfromthepen.com Also available on YouTube Search ...
 
Is there a way to break the cycles of addiction and incarceration? Yes, there is HOPE!! Listen to: “Prison Transformation Radio: Changing Hearts with Christ” Each episode is 25 minutes. Prison Transformation Radio Program is a joint venture with the Salem Media Group, Prison Mission Association, and the R3 Collaborative serving Recovery, Reentry & Renewal. Co-hosted by Pastor Dwight Anderson and Jim Moore. www.prisonmission.org
 
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The Prison Post

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The Prison Post

CROP Organization

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The Prison Post is a podcast interviewing leaders in the criminal justice reform, restorative justice, and social justice movements. In addition, we share the transformational stories of the currently and formerly incarcerated and highlight what CROP Organization is doing by reimagining reentry for returning citizens.
 
Clare Aaronson has 29 friends in prison. They are pen-pals scattered across the United States. Some are men, some are women, one could be released in as little as 70 days and some are on death row.Get to know Clare and her friends and learn how you can find your own friends in prison.
 
The Secret Life of Prisons tells the hidden stories from behind bars. Presenter Paula Harriott is Head of Prisoner Engagement for the Prison Reform Trust, having spent time behind bars. Alongside her is Phil Maguire OBE, who has worked in prisons for over 15 years and is the Chief Executive of the Prison Radio Association. Together, they aim to take the bars off prison windows. To shine a light into some of the darkest corners of prisons. The show offers a glimpse into what is, for many, an ...
 
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No Prisoners, No Mercy

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No Prisoners, No Mercy

Julie Whitefeather & Frances Kosac

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There comes a time, friends, when your favorite MMO ceases to sparkle, when even new videogames lose their luster, and the computer room becomes a prison; and all that is left are two gamers (who happen to be nuns) with a very large axe to grind. Come join Julie Whitefeather and Frances Kosac as they go to War - and along the way discuss the events of the week in the MMO industry.
 
EPP Podcast is a production of Enneagram Prison Project (EPP). Hosted by EPP Ambassador Clay Tumey, these raw conversations unpack the amazing journey of EPP over the past decade. EPP is on a mission to help people to understand why we do what we do, using the Enneagram to inspire transformation - on both sides of the bars - through self-awareness, self-regulation, and self-compassion.
 
Welcome. The purpose of this podcast and it's blog is to help educate and empower those who have or had a loved one in prison. Raising awareness one story at a time. Did you know that the chances are very high that someone you know has had a loved one incarcerated? Or maybe you are part of the millions of people in the US population who has had a loved one in the prison system? This Podcast is for you. Indirectly we are all affected, and if you have a loved one in prison you are probably doi ...
 
In 1977, Native American activist Leonard Peltier was sentenced to consecutive life terms for killing two FBI agents. Then in 2000, a Freedom of Information Act disclosure proved the Feds had framed him. But Leonard's still in prison. This is the story of what happened on the Pine Ridge Reservation half a century ago—and the man who's still behind bars for a crime he didn't commit.
 
What’s up cellmates. Welcome to the Prisoners of Rock and Roll, a show where we’re going to talk about music and the influence it has over all of us. We debate our favorite bands and albums, share concert stories, and settle once and for all some of those music arguments you have with your friends: The Stones or the Beatles? Is Bruce Springsteen the greatest live act of all time? Does the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame really matter? See you on the cellblock!
 
Prisoncast archive 2007 Back in 2007 my friend Brian was nearing the end of his 3 year prison sentence at Miami federal prison for hacking. While he was in prison I setup a special phone number for him to call to record this podcast. The postcast was uploaded automatically after Brian hung up the phone. Eventually one of the prison guards found the podcast online and they revoked his phone privileges which ended the podcast.
 
Henry Wirz (November 25, 1823 – November 10, 1865) was the only Confederate soldier tried after the end of the American Civi War. He was tried, convicted, and executed, not for being a Confederate soldier, but for conspiracy and murder relating to his command of Camp Sumter, the infamous Confederate prisoner-of-war prison at Andersonville, Georgia. Wirz encouraged and commanded barbaric and murderous policies and actions in the prison. This Librivox recording is excerpts from the 850 page su ...
 
What’s going on here!No. You won’t have to, ‘Clean up that mess.’No. You won’t be, ‘On a charge.’And no, ‘You won’t be in isolation!’Where will you be?You’ll be in the corridors, in the cells, in the Rec Room, the Gov’s Office, the Dining Room and the Laundry.You’ll be where the action is… and where the tears are.You’ll be where the guilty and the wronged mingle.(And that’s only Joe Battaglia and the crew)You’ll be where we all come together, fans included; streaming down a prison corridor a ...
 
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Prison Bag

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Prison Bag

Rebecca Lloyd-Evans, Josie Bevan, Alan Hall

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Prison bag is a family story. As the cell door slams on Josie Bevan's husband, windows open to a community that was previously hidden in plain sight. One family's frank and unflinching confrontation with the prison system.
 
Email Marketing como nadie antes te lo había contado. Cada dos semanas, Néstor Marquínez publica un programa de entre 5-15 minutos de duración, en el que habla sobre un tema concreto relacionado con Email Marketing... con su particular filosofía No-Prisoners. >> Únete a la Comunidad de Facebook para seguidores del programa en: https://www.facebook.com/groups/NoPrisonersEmailShow >> Recibe un consejo gratuito diario sobre Email Marketing en tu bandeja de entrada: https://www.nestormarquinez.com
 
Maria Lindbloom is the wife of Gunner Alan Lindbloom, former "gangster" and Mafia associate who spent 13 years in prison who was paroled in July 2016. Since October 2015, ten months before he came home, Maria began recording her personal diary entries in audio format. Listeners can get a glimpse of what life was like for Maria before Gunner's homecoming, leading up to his release, as well as their life afterward. All recordings are dated and are actual diary recounts as recorded at that time ...
 
Welcome to the Reimagining Prison Podcast. Host Sam Dye will be interviewing thought leaders in the field of Corrections to get their thoughts on what it would mean to reimagine prison in America. Join us as we explore making safer communities inside and out. Prison Fellowship is a Christian non-profit organization that aims to restore those affected by crime and incarceration by helping men and women in prison achieve holistic life transformation and emerge as productive citizens. For more ...
 
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Future Prison

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Future Prison

Prison Radio Association

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A series of extraordinary conversations between people who have been in prison and senior staff from HM Prison and Probation Service. The aim of these conversations is to improve the way we deal with crime and justice, particularly for young people, women, and black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds.
 
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Prison Transformation Radio - Episode #53 - Ron Solheid (11/3/18) Is there a way to break the cycles of addiction and incarceration?Yes, There is HOPE!! Listen today on: Prison Transformation Radio: Changing Hearts with Christ!Pastor Dwight and Jim Moore, will be talking with Ron Solheid. Listen as George shares of their exciting ministry that God …
 
America's favorite convict (Bobby) along with co-host No Last Name JD...talk prison fashion that can give you away, plus we get to meet JD's lovely-sweet dog. If you liked this episode please visit Notes From The Pen on Patreon & sign up - it's going towards paying off Bobby's restitution, supplying his prison coffee & keeping these podcasts going.…
 
February 5th, 2006, the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Seattle Seahawks for their 5th Super Bowl championship. It was also the last day that Patrick W. Cutler would ever see his Kordell Stewart jersey. After dropping his girlfriend off after the game, she walked away with the jersey on, little did he know it would be the last time he'd ever see it in…
 
We need to dismantle stereotypes around race and prison in America by amplifying the voices of justice-impacted musicians and artists. Meet Fury Young, the Founder and Executive Director of Die Jim Crow, a record label for currently and formerly incarcerated musicians. Die Jim Crow's mission is "dismantling stereotypes around race and prison in Ame…
 
Please note this episode contains description of reporting on issues such as rape and cruelty to children that some listeners may find distressing. In this episode, Edwina talks to Danny Shaw, Head of Strategy and Insight at Crest Advisory and previously Home Affairs Correspondent at the BBC. Danny shares what it really means to cover court cases w…
 
In this special Giving Tuesday Bonus episode, EPP Ambassador Clay Tumey visits California and sits down for a conversation with EPP Guide and graphic artist Robin Grant and beloved friend and partner of the project Dr. Heather Greenwald. Pull up a chair and join the conversation as they explore topics ranging from their personal origin stories with…
 
The creative arts in prison aren't just a 'nice-to-have'. For some they can be a passport to freedom and even a lifesaver. Saul Hewish has visited over 100 prisons in his long career as a the founder and Artistic Director of Rideout, a charity that runs creative arts for rehabilitation. He joins Phil Maguire and Paula Harriott in a series of conver…
 
James Willock was raised in Sacramento, California. He was sentenced to 34 years to life at the age of 19. He was in prison for 28 years of that sentence, he went to the California Board of Parole Hearings in March of 2020. His powerful transformational story is featured in CROP Organization's book, "Men Built for Others." He was first on The Priso…
 
Greg Labeet joins us on Episode 13 to share his story and how he spent most of his younger years living in poverty, leading him to ultimately commit crimes just to make ends meet for himself and to help provide for five other siblings. In the initial stages of his incarceration, as a young teenager, he found himself overwhelmed with all the new exp…
 
On 5 October 2015, Nigel Poor, a photographer who worked in San Quentin State Prison in California, and Earlonne Woods, who was serving a long sentence in the same prison, came up with an idea that would ultimately secure Earlonne's freedom. They're the presenter/producers of Ear Hustle, the multi award-winning, global podcast hit from Radiotopia t…
 
Welcome to The Prisoner Podcast where Yvonne & John review each episode weekly of the TV show Prisoner which aired between 1979 - 1986 bearing a whooping 692 episodes. Follow us on Instagram @The _Prisoner_Podcast - feel free to comment on your thoughts of characters and your experiences of the show. Send us your questions and we will both answer t…
 
Welcome to The Prisoner Podcast where Yvonne & John review each episode weekly of the TV show Prisoner which aired between 1979 - 1986 bearing a whooping 692 episodes. Follow us on Instagram @The _Prisoner_Podcast - feel free to comment on your thoughts of characters and your experiences of the show. Send us your questions and we will both answer t…
 
Talking Prisoner EP 20 Interview with Rod Hardy Prisoner (Director) Welcome to Episode 20 of Talking Prisoner. Hosts Ken Mulholland and Matt Batten sat down with International Tv and Film Director Rod Hardy. Rod directed the second episode of Prisoner ever to go to air plus many more episodes thereafter. We spoke with Rod about his life growing up …
 
Thank you all for you listening! Just a little message about me taking a break here for the month of December to catch up on some projects and focus on work. I'll be back on January 3rd with regularly published episodes. God bless, Merry Christmas, and have a Happy New Year! Support the show (http://paypal.me/mlindbloom989)…
 
The FBI transferred Special Agents Jack Kohler and Ronald Williams to Pine Ridge to help with a backlog of cases despite neither having any training, experience, or special preparation for the civil war raging on the reservation. On June 25th, the day before the shootout, a colleague advised the pair not to return to the Jumping Bulls on their own,…
 
Welcome to Show 259 of the No Prisoners, No Mercy Show. This time out we have the first part of a two part show - an interview with authors M.K. Wiseman and D. Lieber. Ms. Lieber is the author of urban fantasy, paranormal fantasy, and steampunk adventure urban fantasy novels. Her latest books are The Assassins Legacy and The Treason of Robyn Hood. …
 
Welcome to The Prisoner Podcast where Yvonne & John review each episode weekly of the TV show Prisoner which aired between 1979 - 1986 bearing a whooping 692 episodes. Follow us on Instagram @The _Prisoner_Podcast - feel free to comment on your thoughts of characters and your experiences of the show. Send us your questions and we will both answer t…
 
Prison Transformation Radio - Episode #52 -MN Dept of Corrections - Tom Roy (10/27/18) Is there a way to break the cycles of addiction and incarceration?Yes, There is HOPE!! Listen today on: Prison Transformation Radio: Changing Hearts with Christ!Pastor Dwight and Jim Moore, will be talking about Dept of Corrections Commissioner Tom Roy. Listen to…
 
In 1979, Pink Floyd released their amazing double album The Wall. It’s a rock opera about a dark and gloomy rock star named Pink who became so disenfranchised by the world around him that he built a wall around his life as he descended into madness. It’s one of the most famous concept albums of all time, selling more than 30 million copies. It also…
 
What does Black Friday look like in prison, meet MDOC's infamous inmate - Temujin Kensu, and Bobby is sending Doug a prison care package. If you liked this episode please visit Notes From The Pen on Patreon & sign up - it's going towards paying off Bobby's restitution & keeping these podcasts going. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=56777802 You can r…
 
Holidays in Prison If you’re facing challenges that could lead to a federal prison term, or if you have a loved one in prison, it’s always helpful to know what’s going on inside. Our team at Prison Professors strives to provide as much insight as possible, from as many voices as possible. We have a close friend that is serving time in the Sheridan …
 
Welcome to The Prisoner Podcast where Yvonne & John review each episode weekly of the TV show Prisoner which aired between 1979 - 1986 bearing a whooping 692 episodes. Follow us on Instagram @The _Prisoner_Podcast - feel free to comment on your thoughts of characters and your experiences of the show. Send us your questions and we will both answer t…
 
Talking Prisoner EP 19 Interview with Maggie Millar (Marie Winter) Welcome to Episode 19 of Talking Prisoner. Hosts Ken Mulholland and Matt Batten sat down with award winning artist and actor Maggie Millar who played inmate Marie Winter. Maggie spoke with us about her early life growing up, school, what subjects she enjoyed the most, her time at RA…
 
Welcome to The Prisoner Podcast where Yvonne & John review each episode weekly of the TV show Prisoner which aired between 1979 - 1986 bearing a whooping 692 episodes. Follow us on Instagram @The _Prisoner_Podcast - feel free to comment on your thoughts of characters and your experiences of the show. Send us your questions and we will both answer t…
 
Prison Transformation Radio - Episode #51 Five bold choices with Jay Coughlan (10/20/18) Is there a way to break the cycles of addiction and incarceration?Yes, There is HOPE!! Listen today on: Prison Transformation Radio: Changing Hearts with Christ!Pastor Dwight and Jim Moore, will be discussing Five Bold Choices with Jay Coughlan. Listen to hear …
 
Another episode with co-host 'Filling In The Blanks With Ladies Wear' While living in S. Florida, the boys recall the pitfalls of DXM with a profile in absurdity, Ladies Wear swears that his brain has 5 senses, Bobby asks the multi-million dollar question - "where's the fucking punch line", and Ladies Wear has an 'Outter' Body experience. *** DISCL…
 
Talking Prisoner EP 18 Interview with Kath Gordon (Officer Joanne Riley) Welcome to Episode 18 of Talking Prisoner. Hosts Ken Mulholland and Matt Batten sat down with the talented Kath Gordon. We spoke to Kath about her childhood growing up and where her passion and love for acting came from and the play she first saw as a child that made her decid…
 
In 2021, the legendary TV screenwriter Jimmy McGovern released a three-part drama called Time on BBC1. People living and working in prisons have almost universally agreed that it's the most astonishingly realistic depiction of prison life they've ever seen. National Prison Radio listeners were aware it was in the planning two years ago, when they b…
 
Welcome to The Prisoner Podcast where Yvonne & John review each episode weekly of the TV show Prisoner which aired between 1979 - 1986 bearing a whooping 692 episodes. Follow us on Instagram @The _Prisoner_Podcast - feel free to comment on your thoughts of characters and your experiences of the show. Send us your questions and we will both answer t…
 
Talking Prisoner EP 17 Interview with Louise Le Nay (Sandy Edwards) Welcome to the Seventeenth episode of Talking Prisoner. Hosts Ken Mulholland and Matt Batten sat down with Louise Le Nay who played inmate Sandy Edwards. We spoke to Louise about her childhood growing up, what she was like at school and what it was like to get into the National ins…
 
Talking Prisoner EP 17 Interview with Louise Le Nay (Sandy Edwards) Welcome to the Seventeenth episode of Talking Prisoner. Hosts Ken Mulholland and Matt Batten sat down with Louise Le Nay who played inmate Sandy Edwards. We spoke to Louise about her childhood growing up, what she was like at school and what it was like to get into the National ins…
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to a panel comprising of Jamie Morrell, Communications and Engagement Officer at the Criminal Justice Alliance, David Cohen, Campaigns and Investigations Editor at the Evening Standard and the Independent, and Jodie Jackson, Journalist and author researching the impact of the news on mental health. Edwina speaks to the…
 
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