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Talk about strange ways. This programme cheekily suggested life is often a question of avoiding the causes of death and as we get older, most of these are down to wear and tear on our cells. One former prison officer recalled taking a man who had his teeth missing and the marks of polished boots all over his body to the Strangeways doctor. For my part, I would not live in a converted prison even if I won the Lottery — and I would no doubt have to if I wanted a luxury flat there. Of course, it is a long way from fruit flies to humans but the bigger question is whether we actually want to do it or not. How To Live Longer: HM Prison Warren Hill. Executioner Albert Pierrepoint proudly claimed his fastest hanging at Strangeways, in

Of course, it is a long way from fruit flies to humans but the bigger question is whether we actually want to do it or not. Even after that, though, it remained a tough place to do time. Talk about strange ways. The Big Think looked at whether we could and should do this. How To Live Longer: Clearly not every guard approved of the methods and it was telling that when Strangeways prisoners rioted in some prison officers could see their point.

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For my part, I would not live in a converted prison even if I won the Lottery — and I on,ine no doubt have to if I wanted a luxury flat there. Last night’s TV reviewed: The first question is only part of the challenge, the second is almost the larger hurdle to leap, especially when it comes to re-engineering our own cells.

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If you have done any time in Pentonville, you may cheer at the prospect of the ghastly stinking hulk being turned into something else. By the Seventies, when the residents were banged up three to a one-man cell — plus slop buckets — 23 hours at a stretch, the guards were ruling with violence and tranquillisers. Clearly not every guard approved of the methods and it was telling that when Strangeways prisoners rioted in some prison officers could see their point.

The Big Think looked at whether we could and should do inline.

Former inmate Eric Allison joined the crowds who went down to the jail to look at the protesting prisoners, whose rooftop vigil lasted 25 days. HM Prison Warren Hill. Perhaps the same fate awaits various Victorian prisons in inner-city London, like Pentonville.

This programme cheekily suggested life is often a question of avoiding the causes of death and as we get older, most of these are down to wear and tear on our cells. Prisons are places steeped in memories — and none of them good.

Like many in the crowd, he found he envied them, not just because he had been locked up but because, briefly, they were free.

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One former prison officer recalled taking a man who had his teeth missing and the marks of polished boots all over his body to the Strangeways doctor. Footage from the Seventies showed an echoing interior of bars and wires, gates, galleys, clangs and buzzers, designed to put people on edge — and keep them there. Executioner Albert Pierrepoint proudly claimed his fastest hanging at Strangeways, in The feast of vintage TV on our screens.

Talk about strange ways. Of course, it is a long way from wtrangeways flies to humans but the bigger question is whether we actually want to do it or not.

There were coach trips laid on, burger vans and ice-cream sellers and a party atmosphere but at the centre of it all this building people hated and feared.

Even after that, though, it remained a tough place to do time. How To Live Longer: Can we do this and should we do this?

Couple of little misgivings Doctor Who: