Explorer Charlie Walker wanted to blaze a new trail through the Russian Arctic. Instead, he spent a month in a Siberian prison.
Why are prisons in the UK and the US so bad at helping prisoners to stop reoffending. We meet prisoners and workers on the front line of this struggle.
Locked up and locked down: Covid in prison
Lock down has been tough for all of us, but we often fail to think how it might be for prisoners. This is Carl’s story.
Life on the prisons front line
We speak to a female prison officer about the complexities of working in one of the UK’s most stressful work environments.
David Bushell: A man who trusted his instincts
Keith Morris had been getting away with abusing vulnerable children for decades, until one day a British tourist grew suspicious.
With marijuana becoming more socially acceptable, Artefact meets a drug dealer to get an insight to his ‘business’.
Britain's crisis behind bars
Britain’s prisons are in crisis, what is going on and what is being done and why is it happening in the first place?
Exhibition | Danny Lyon at Beetles and Huxley
Photographic essays that are as refreshing and educating as if they were new today.
Book | Lil Wayne – Gone 'Til November
Getting intimate with the rapper’s memoirs written during his time in prison for firearms offences.
Hard time: A life behind bars
Artefact speaks to a convicted drug runner to find out what it’s really like in Britain’s prison system.