Capturing the nation in conversation. Conversations on the theme of War.
Friends discuss being put on the Kindertransport rescue mission and their Jewish roots.
Declan wants to know all about his great grandma's wartime experiences.
A mother and son discuss why he wants to join the army and whether he's ready to kill.
Husband and wife Alan and Anne recall how a WWII bomb blast left Anne an unexpected gift.
Thea is Jewish, Brigitte is German. Brigitte talks of her guilt about World War Two.
Flashbacks to armed service in Bosnia haunted Paul, but his Mum pulled him through it.
Winifred and Helen celebrate their lifelong friendship spent in a Yorkshire mining town.
Ethel talks to her son-in-law Tim about losing four members of her family all at once.
Reg was a prisoner of war and survived the Nagasaki atom bomb. His family remember him.
When Ron joined the Parachute Regiment he didn't know he'd have to jump out of a plane...
Bronwen talks to Iris about the Norwegian sailors based in Cardiff during the war.
Pam and Jonathan are mother and son. Here they talk about Jonathan’s time in the army.
During the Gulf War Debbie and Leslie were held hostage for three months.
Jackie is a former air hostess. She tells her daughters about facing danger in her job.
Eddie was in the Navy and was on the HMS Sheffield the day it was hit by a missile.
Mabel talks to her son JD about how terrorism in Northern Ireland has impacted her life.
Mike adopted Matthew from a Vietnamese orphanage in 1975. They discuss their relationship.
Laurie tells his father-in-law Brian about 12 terrifying hours on board HMS Antrim.
Fred talks to his son Neil about being seriously injured at Normandy and losing his sight.
Fergie tells friend Allan about playing with grenades and "jumping the fence" for love.