Presenter Mark Davis travels to Indonesia with the mother of Bali Nine member Myuran Sukumaran, as she visits her son for the first time since his final death sentence appeal was rejected.
Mark also revisits his interviews with Sukumaran and Andrew Chan, who spoke exclusively to Dateline in Kerobokan Prison last year as they both awaited the outcome of their appeals.
Now, the only hope of the two Australians not facing a firing squad lies with President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono granting them clemency.
So how does a mother react to the news she’s set to lose her son in such a way?
And how do Chan and Sukumaran feel about their drug smuggling crimes and the prospect of death?
WATCH - Click to see this special edition of Dateline presented from Bali (or jump straight to part two or part three).
MERCY CAMPAIGN – The Australian Government is asking Indonesia to grant clemency, backed by anti-death penalty campaigners in Australia. Click to find out more about the Mercy Campaign for Andrew and Myuran.
BEHIND THE SCENES - Find out how Dateline got exclusive access to Chan and Sukumaran and more about putting together this week's program from Bali.
RADIO INTERVIEW - Mark talks to SBS Radio's World News Australia about his story.
PHOTO GALLERY - See who's who in the Bali Nine, with details of their appeals and the sentences they're currently serving.
REPLAY - Watch Mark's original report from Kerobokan Prison, The Condemned, which was first broadcast in November 2010.
On air: 17th July 2011