News & updates
National Prison Radio’s first ever radio drama, Bound, will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Thursday 5 January 2017.
Bound features performances from serving prisoners and professional actors, including John Henshaw (Early Doors), Sally Carman (Shameless) and Matthew McNulty (The Musketeers).
Meet the group of university dropouts who are using social media to influence young people on an industrial scale.
The PRA’s Chris Impey has produced a fascinating documentary for BBC Radio 4 about the new frontier in marketing – social media, and you can download it as the latest episode of the Seriously podcast.
Roma Hooper, the pioneer of prison radio in the UK and across the world, has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s New Year 2017 Honours List.
Roma is the Chair of the Prison Radio Association’s Board of Trustees, and co-founded Europe’s very first prison radio station at HMYOI Feltham.
The Prison Radio Association is teaming up with Letters Live for a unique fundraising event inside HMP Brixton.
Only around 100 tickets are available to this exclusive show and can be booked here.
We Shall Fly is the latest PRA Production to appear on the BBC, looking at the surprising history of African space exploration.
Presented by space scientist Maggie Aderin-Pocock, the two-part series on the BBC World Service asks why African nations are so keen to journey into the future as a space-going continent. Continue reading
We’re looking for someone brilliant to help us get prisoners into training and employment after they’ve worked with us on National Prison Radio.