Programmes from the BBC archive covering World War 1.
Baroness de T'Serclaes on being the first female nurse on the frontline of World War One.
Matthew Sweet discusses TV series The Monocled Mutineer and First World War archives.
Hugh Sykes listens to works by French and German poets during World War I.
Christopher Cook explores the influence of the Great War on the music of the time.
The story of a young British pilot who survived the world's first war in the air
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the war poet Siegfried Sassoon.
The successful, but forgotten, interventions made by the much-maligned League of Nations.
On November 11th 1918 at 11am, the guns of World War One finally fell silent.
In 1914, the post office was called upon to play a vital role in the country's war effort.
David Lloyd George, who led Britain in the First World War with a presidential approach.
Mark Whitaker tells the surprising story of how the Commonwealth War graves were created.
How slimming became fashionable during the food shortages of the First World War.
Laurie Taylor discusses conscientious objecting in World War One.
Michael Portillo samples the atmosphere of June 1913.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the prescient thriller about Anglo-German relations.
Fergal visits Sarajevo to consider the legacy of the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand.