A collection of documentaries marking the 100 year anniversary of World War One.
How the preparations for the Battle of Amiens led to a turning point in WWI.
Peter Jackson brings to life the story of World War I by transforming century-old footage.
How attitudes to the Great War have changed from what they were in the aftermath of 1918.
Jeremy Paxman traces the story of the dramatic early stages of the war.
Kate Adie examines the impact of women's work during the First World War.
The story of the British-led Gallipoli military campaign from Keith Murdoch's perspective.
The story of the the Australian Light Horse regiments' role in World War I.
At the outbreak of the First World War three cousins reigned over Europe's great powers.
The story behind what has been described as the photographic discovery of the century.
Michael Palin tells the stories of the last soldiers to die in the First World War.
Never-before-seen footage from interviews with eyewitnesses of the First World War.
David Olusoga reveals stories of the Indian, African and Asian troops who fought in WWI.
Michael Portillo begins his journey in Metz on European tracks built with war in mind.
Historian Peter Barton explores the events leading up to the first day of the offensive.
Eddie Butler uncovers tales of life in Swansea during World War I.
The story of the First World War told from a unique new aerial perspective.
The untold story of the many black Welsh soldiers and sailors who died fighting in WWI.
First-hand testimony explores life from the outbreak of the war to the Battle of the Somme
This programme captures the profound influence of World War I on classical music.
Deirdre Beddoe meets women working in jobs that were opened up to women during the war.
The unique way in which Britain and the Commonwealth honour their fallen soldiers.
Archaeologists examine a labyrinth built by British troops beneath the Somme battlefield.
Fergal Keane looks at the teenage soldiers who served the British Army during WWI.
Sue Johnston finds out how nurses battled through the bombing to treat the injured.