Inside the World's Toughest Prisons
British crime journalist Paul Connolly travels to different locations to explore the imprisonment process of various societies. In the Philippines, Connolly visits Rizal Jail, where inmates perform dances and cook for each other. In Poland's Piotrkow Prison, he experiences intensive guard and riot training and spends time in Piotrow's most extreme isolation cell. He also discovers what conditions are like at El Hongo prison in Mexico and Danli Prison in Honduras. Throughout the episodes Connolly reveals the struggles of each institution as the guards attempt to reform criminals and prisoners adjust to life on the inside.