Amongst the true life tales told by One For Ten is that of Derrick Jamison. He spent 21 years on Ohio's Death Row, before a jury found him innocent.
At one point during that time, he was just one hour from death. A last minute reprieve saved him from the gurney.
He had been awaiting his date with the executioner for the murder of James Suggs, a bartender. There were plenty of eye-witnesses, all of whom describe someone quite different in appearance to Mr Jamison. But their testimonies were blocked by the prosecution during the original trial. Instead they relied upon the statement of a felon, who was offered a reduced sentence to point the finger at Mr Jamison.
Justice was seen to be done, right up until the time when the truth came out. By then, Mr Jamison had spent over two decades on Death Row, afraid that he would be killed there. Meanwhile, the real murderer ran free.
Then there was Ronald Kitchen, who was released after thirteen years on Death Row in Illinois. He just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. When he was arrested for murder, he was taken into a police cell and beaten by officers in the head and groin. He confessed to stop them hitting him.
Once he was incarcerated, his cell-mate was offered a reduced sentence to claim that Mr Kitchen had confessed to him too. Willie Williams promptly did just that, but the jury never heard about the personal benefit in his testimony.
Mr Jamison and Mr Kitchen are just two Americans, whose stories will be told in interviews conducted by One For Ten.