Richie Woodhall investigates the Laurence and Egbert Cadbury's involvement in WWI.
Chris Jackson learns how deeply World War I impacted Tyneside.
The World War I Hampshire hospital doctors who faked footage on cures for shellshock.
Saul David discovers how countless animals sent to the frontline during WWI were trained.
The story of the women and men who produced the millions of shells used in trench warfare.
How Dunham Massey stately home was turned into a hospital for injured soldiers during WWI.
The men, women and children who risked their lives serving as spooks during WWI.
The story of the trawler captain who was accused by the Germans of being a war criminal.
Historian Ben Robinson traces the first air attacks on Britain by the Zeppelin.
Josh Lewsey recalls the sacrifice made by football and rugby players during WWI.
Professor Jean Seaton uncovers the story of industrial conflict in Devon during WWI.
How doctors at the Royal Victoria Hospital faked footage on cures for shell shock.