Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
The closing moments of the war, recalled by those who were there
The propaganda and protest art that comes from America at war
Archive interviews with those who experienced the First World War.
Dr Thomas Dixon explores the impact of World War One on male friendship.
Francine Stock explores a fragmented world through the prism of the art it created.
The Battle of Amiens from the point of view of those who helped to win it
Francine Stock on popular culture in Britain, France, Germany and Russia as war begins.
The stories of those who witnessed the battles of the British and German Navies in 1914.
Soldiers' experiences at night on the battlefields of the First World War.
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.
Soldiers' experiences of the first German attacks using gas at the 2nd Battle of Ypres.
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.
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.
Sir Malcolm Rifkind and others discuss international surveillance.
Dan Snow looks at the morale of men serving in the First World War in 1914.
Michael Berkeley is joined by writer Pat Barker, who selects favourite poetry and music.
The final meeting of the German and Allied fleets in November 1918
Those who were there recall the rapid Allied advances of autumn 1918
William Towers, seriously injured at Passchendaele, describes his remarkable journey home.
Dan Snow hears soldiers' recollections of becoming prisoners of war in 1914.
An omnibus edition of five episodes spanning the course of the war from 1914 to 1917.
The extraordinary events of Christmas 1914, when troops briefly called a ceasefire.
Edward VIII, the king who abdicated, was deeply marked by the Great War.
Michael Portillo samples the atmosphere of June 1913.
Francine Stock concludes her four-year exploration of how artists responded to WWI.
Michael tackles the abiding image of Britain's lack of preparedness for the Great War.