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Sounding Out: 'I've rarely met such creative minds'

PUBLISHED July 4, 2012

There is a church in the middle of Wormwood Scrubs in west London, and nothing about the slow progress through the jail's security system prepares you for the sight of it. Built of Portland stone by convicts in the late 19th century, it's considered to be the largest and finest prison chapel in Britain. It's a pretty grand monument to the notion of rehabilitation, but hardly anybody on the outside knows it's there.

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