'Death Row is the only place I didn’t experience racism'
Anthony Ray Hinton spent 28 years on death row in Alabama for two murders he didn’t do.
He was freed in 2015 when the US Supreme Court quashed his conviction.
He was a black man arrested by white police officers, tried by a white prosecutor, convicted by a white jury and sentenced by a white judge.
He told Emma Barnett, death row was the one place he didn’t experience racism.
"I was exploited by TV producers"
“I was the last person who should have gone on a TV show.” The thoughts of Caroline Wharram, a Big Brother contestant from 2012 who hit the headlines after being accused of being racist. She tells Emma Barnett she feels the producers of the show exploited a young vulnerable and mentally ill woman. And she now wants reality television to change.
Twentieth Anniversary of the Columbine Shootings
Clare McDonnell talks to Beth Nimmo whose daughter Rachel was of the twelve students who were murdered in the Columbine school shootings alongside one of their teachers.
Willy Phillips Junior
Willy Phillips Junior, who in 2010 survived a plane crash which killed his father, talks to Emma Barnett about how he escaped, and how he has only recently overcome crippling fears and anxieties caused by the accident.
Angie Heal, a former specialist drugs worker with South Yorkshire Police, talks to Emma Barnett about how she helped raise the alarm about the horrific grooming of children and young people taking place in Rotherham.