Lord West tells the story of the Royal Navy since the end of the Cold War.
Will takes the ferry across the Irish Sea to assess identity in Northern Ireland.
Will takes the coach from Middlesbrough to East Kilbride.
Will Self visits the place which JB Priestley described as the worst street in England.
Will Self embarks on a 1,000-mile tour of the UK, travelling only by bus and coach.
Dr John Bew asks what the state can do to promote national identity.
What are British values, and what role should they play in education? With Michael Buerk.
With future defence under scrutiny Kenneth Payne asks: are we losing the will to wage war?
Will heads to Middlesbrough, where he learns about the booming digital scene.
Artist Zarah Hussain reflects on gardening, roses and cultural identity.
Clive Anderson and guests discuss human rights on the battlefield.
Will Self speaks to jobless young people in Wolverhampton.
Will Self concludes his tour of the UK in Derry-Londonderry.
Admiral Lord West begins his history of the Royal Navy during the tumultuous 20th century.
Will Self visits Wolverhampton's local paper and rocks out at the town's goth pub.
Professor Gretchen Gerzina explores the lives of black sailors in the British Navy.
Will Self boards the coach for Swansea where he assesses the state of Welsh identity.
Adnan Sarwar on being a Muslim in the British Army.
Will Self continues his 1,000-mile tour of the UK, stopping off in Preston.
Lord West explains how the Royal Navy adjusted after the Second World War.
Fewer and fewer of us say we are 'British'. Ritula Shah asks, 'Who's British now?'.