The closing moments of the war, recalled by those who were there
Will an increase of troops in the Gulf have an effect on George Bush's approval ratings?
Archive interviews with those who experienced the First World War.
Francine Stock explores a fragmented world through the prism of the art it created.
A former British commander in Afghanistan examines what has been achieved by the campaign.
Is it time for the west to admit it lost the war in Afghanistan?
What is the link between fears over terrorist attacks and the Gulf War?
The Battle of Amiens from the point of view of those who helped to win it
The stories of those who witnessed the battles of the British and German Navies in 1914.
Britain and its 'Fourth Arm of Defence' from 1920 - 1940.
Soldiers' experiences at night on the battlefields of the First World War.
China and Japan's war economies from 1920 to 1940.
Two extraordinary sisters, both WWII code-breakers, walk near Dolphinholme in Lancashire.
The "unfinished" Gulf War and the use of cruise missiles.
How long can President Bush hold onto his Gulf War glory?
The war gets underway. Speakers recollect the day war broke out and the journey to France.
Michael tells the story of battles fought in the last 100 days of the war.
War and the French Economy from 1920 – 1940.
Soldiers' experiences of the first German attacks using gas at the 2nd Battle of Ypres.
War and the German Economy from 1920 – 1940.
Francine Stock continues her exploration of the culture of World War I in 1915.
Frank Cottrell Boyce explores the impact of WWI on religion at home and at the front.
Sue MacGregor brings together the RAF men held as prisoners during the first Gulf war.
Should news from the Gulf War be censored?
Dan Snow looks back at how the First World War has been commemorated over the past century
How slimming became fashionable during the food shortages of the First World War.
What is being done to tackle the threat of improvised explosive devices in Afghanistan.
President Bush's fight to agree a national budget and gain support for a war in the Gulf.
On first anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Alistair Cooke muses on a new type of warfare.
Michael Buerk talks to Joe Glenton about his choice to go AWOL.