For over 30 years Amnesty International has worked for the release of prisoners of conscience, imprisoned because of their beliefs.
One for Freedom features highlights from Amnesty's Super-bowl Cabaret season, recorded at the Duke of York's Theatre, London, and also looks at who the detainees are and how you can help them.
Producers Phil Clarke and Chris Burns
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