Journalist and Cageprisoners patron Yvonne Ridley and film-maker David Miller recently spent four days in Guantanamo Bay, one of the few media crews allowed inside the world's most notorious prison. US President Barack Obama may have stopped the military tribunals and ordered the closure of the infamous site, but this thought-provoking two-part documentary raises some uncomfortable issues about the long-term legacy of Guantanamo.
The experience also makes Ridley confront some personal issues following her own arrest and imprisonment at the hands of the Taliban in September 2001.
The documentary includes personal accounts from some ex-Guantanamo detainees who've never gone on record before to talk about their experiences including Tarek Dergoul, Feroz Abassi and Omar Deghayes.
The first part of the documentary goes out at 01.32am and 9.35am and 17.35pm (GMT) on Monday, February 1 on Press TV (Sky 515 as well as several other satellites including Hotbird) or you can download live on www.presstv.com
Part two goes out the next day, Tuesday February 3 at 01.32am and 09.32am and 17.32pm.