Series one. The photographers travel throughout France documenting the impact of the First World War on ordinary people, and witnessing the celebrations of Armistice Day. Part of the 90 Years of Remembrance season.
New. Author Colin Dexter and crossword setter Don Manley explore Britain's love of the puzzles, and recount how one particular crossword nearly put paid to the D-Day invasion. Part of the Timeshift strand. See panel.
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