Each year in Britain, 2,000 school-age children are locked up. Vinney Green Secure Unit locks up some of the youngest and the most troubled; the kids no-one else can manage, whether they are a danger to each other, or a danger to themselves. Filmed over one year with unprecedented access to the unit, the children and the staff who care for them, this extraordinary series tells their stories and finds out what's being done to set the kids straight.
Code Of Silence, a one-hour Compass special, follows the parallel journeys of a fervently Orthodox father and his now-secular son, after the son breaks the code of silence in Melbourne's Orthodox community and goes public with his story of being sexually abused as a student
Russell Brand's 2012 BBC documentary, From Addiction to Recovery, concluded with him giving evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee. Drawing on his own experience of drug taking and recovery, he advocated treating addiction as a health issue rather than a criminal problem and underlined his own belief that abstinence is the best way to help addicts. Since then the Committee has reported its findings, concluding that the British drugs laws were failing and that it was a 'now or never' moment to reform them. But British Prime Minister, David Cameron didn't agree, insisting that the drugs policy is working in Britain and that we should 'stick at it'.
Follow Australian Jew Manny Waks, as he witnesses the dramatic hearings of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Abuse, before he travels to the US and confronts one of the two men he claims abused him.