Prison story Watch the tales of youth offenders in Lockdown
Catch the dangerous survival story of young security convicts of different racial divides living on the same yard in “Lock Down – First Timers”.
Iowa separates its youth offenders from the adult prison population, housing the young convicts at Fort Dodge, in the middle of the Iowa prairie.
With the look of a high school, Fort Dodge juggles a mix of inmates - racially divided gangs, lower functioning inmates, a handful of juveniles - all on the same yard.
Watch their tales at “Lockdown” on Monday at 9 p.m. on National Geograhic Channel.
Join the National Geographic team as it delves into the world of rubber and learn more about the ubiquitous paper clip in “I didn’t Know That”.
Richard and Jonny delve into the world of rubber to test tyres. Investigate and find out what is inside a motorcycle helmet and follow the development of the ubiquitous paper clip.
Finally, go behind-the-scenes at a plastic bottle factory to see how tiny plastic tubes become huge two-litre pop bottles.
Catch all this action on Tuesday at 9 p.m. on National Geographic Channel.
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