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Programming commemorating the centenary of World War One.
Where was God as the slaughter happened? - Steve Evans reports from Berlin
Naval historian Dr Laura Rowe on why the Royal Navy's role in WW1 is often overlooked.
Thought for the Day
Geoffrey Durham, tells the story of the Quaker reaction to the outbreak of war.
Felpersham Cathedral Choir sings Keep The Home Fires Burning (Aug 2014)
Jill Archer (Patricia Greene) reads Futility by Wilfred Owen (Aug 2014)
Peter Hunt describes the events marking the 100th anniversary of the start of WW1.
Martha Kearney hears how the faultlines of WW1influenced today's global conflicts
Martha Kearney speaks to Steve Burnett, who made a violin in tribute to poet Wilfred Owen
We hear from historians Max Hastings and Dr Ana Carden-Coyne.
Editor Jessica Dromgoole and academic Dr Angela K Smith on the fiction and reality.
A preview of Radio 4's new drama series charting life on the home front during WW1.
Edward Stourton sees a display of WW1 veterans' possessions at the Royal Artillery Museum
The Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip assassinates Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo.
Christopher Clark explores how British decision-makers reacted in the July Crisis of 1914.
Invasion and atrocity in 1914 transformed Britain's entry into the war into a moral cause.
In 1914, intellectuals and authors were soon seen as crucial to the war effort.
Peter Hennessy examines Britain's secret war planning and preparations before August 1914.