“Welcome to My World” podcast is a hard-hitting, no-nonsense interview talk show hosted by a variety of friends of the AP Foundation presenters.
While we are all in the situation of being stuck at home, the AP Foundation will be here to help you can imagine yourself outside listening into exclusive conversations.
We share tables with groups of ex-criminals, wander over to the police officers who brought them to justice, bump into those whose job is to keep them secure in our prisons, stand in the queue with the men and women who work to rehabilitate them, listen to the survivors and victims of crime and meet those who are trying to change the system. Or simply sit back and let us tell you a story…
“Welcome to my world” is an informed, insightful and at times controversial take on the world of crime talking to people about their real-life stories. We discuss current affairs, social trends, and relevant issues taking place in the criminal justice system and our wider community, where politics and crime.
Real Oceans Eleven
Terry fell into a life of crime when he was a teenager and went on to become one of the criminal underworld’s most notorious armed robbers and mastermind behind the 2007, £4 million heist at the Verizon business center in King’s Cross London,
After serving eight and a half years of a 16-year sentence for robbery, at the age of 53, Terry had spent half his adult life in prison.
He has now completely turned his life around and is supporting ex-offenders and recovering addicts as well as being on a mission to stop knife crime.
Marvin Herbert - Raw Emotion
Marvin Herbert, AP Foundation affiliate shows RAW EMOTION in this exceptional interview. We discuss his childhood as a 13 year old criminal and how the path he's followed has lead him to the life-changing work for disadvantaged communities and the prevention of crime.