Take an interactive journey through World War I and explore what you would have done.
David Dimbleby presents live coverage from the Cenotaph.
David Dimbleby presents highlights of the National Service of Remembrance at the Cenotaph.
Artists including Alfie Boe and Alexandra Burke mark the centenary of the British Legion.
Archive interviews with those who experienced the First World War.
Jörn Leonhard explores the German experience of the 1918 armistice.
Mustafa Aksakal explores the Ottoman armistice of 1918 and its legacy in the Middle East.
Patricia Clavin explores the practical approach to peace taken after the 1918 armistice.
Santanu Das explores impact of the armistice on the victorious Allies' colonial subjects.
Heather Jones argues that the armistice of 1918 marked a pause, not an ending, to the war.
Helen Mark presents part two of a special Remembrance Sunday edition of the programme.
Helen Mark presents a special Remembrance Sunday edition of the programme.
Home Front special, set on 10 November 1919, the eve of Britain's first Remembrance Day.
From new technologies and medical advances to women's rights - explore the impact of WWI.
Peter Jackson on how original WWI footage was shot and the speed corrected for his doc.
Events will take place across the country to mark the 100th anniversary of the Armistice.
Marking the Armistice centenary with a creative writing Live Lesson for primary students.
A powerful collection of interviews and stories filmed in the 1960s.
A look at India’s significant role in The Great War.
A selection of fictional personal testimony monologues based on primary sources.
Silent film footage from World War One has been restored for a new film by Peter Jackson.
Explore an interactive trench scene.
Kate Adie examines the role of women in World War One.
The contribution of black people and colonial troops to World War One.
Timeline of a five month long brutal battle of attrition on a 15-mile front.
How US efforts to stay out of the war reached an end in 1917.
How the European powers ended up in a world changing conflict.
World War One ended on 11 November 1918.
The failures of the British fleet at Jutland.
Tough decisions to save or sacrifice lives.
Bringing together the sound archive collections of the Imperial War Museums and the BBC.
Programmes from the BBC archive covering World War 1.
The most dangerous position in the war?
How to find out what your family did in World War One.
Discover places across the UK and Ireland with a story to tell about WW1.
An interactive drama about the women of WW1 who formed their own football teams.
A battle that raged in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia.
The African passenger ferry with a gunboat past.
Could World War One have been avoided?
World War One's influence on Tolkien's classic story.
Epic drama serial tracking the fortunes of those living in Britain during World War One.