Explore the story of WW1 through music, in new recordings and moments from the archive.
David Owen Norris takes a look at King Albert's Book
Breakfast with Petroc Trelawny: Music in the Great War
Jeremy Dibble discusses Stanford's Irish Rhapsody on Afternoon on 3.
An extract from Composer of the Week: 'Edward Elgar - The Edwardian Golden Summer'
David Owen Norris on the Highland Bagpipers who led their regiments over the top
Composer of the Week: Britain at War: At the Front
Short interview with Nick Peacy, the Great Nephew of William Dinis Browne.
Dr Stefan Hanheide, Music Professor at Osnabruck University
Clip from Composer of the Week 'Elgar and the Gramophone Company'
Clip from Composer of the Week 'Elgar and The Fringes of the Fleet'
Patrick Hawes on Edith Cavell the Norfolk nurse who was executed in Belgium in 1915
Clip from Composer of the Week
David Owen Norris looks at musical instruments made and used on the Front.
Kate Kennedy on Ivor Gurney - from Composer of the Week 'The Young Genius'
David Owen Norris hears about the Russian composer Alexander Scriabin
Kate Kennedy on Ivor Gurney from Composer of the Week 'Schubert's Heir'
David Owen Norris looks at music in the USA in WW1
Kate Kennedy talks about Ivor Gurney from Composer of the Week 'Gurney in Love'
Lyse Doucet talking about her Essay 'Fighting France, from Dunkerque to Belfort'
David Owen Norris talks to Dr Santanu Das about the experience of Indian Soldiers in WW1
Pinchas Zukerman on a memorial concert for Cananda's War effort (Photo by Paul Labelle)
From Composer of the Week 'Gurney Loses His Freedom'
David Owen Norris takes a look at the names on the Royal College of Music War Memorial
From Composer of the Week 'No Escape'
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