Thu, 17 May 2018
The North Korean summit – has Trump underestimated the Koreans? We hear from Professor Robert E Kelly from
the Department of Political Science and Diplomacy at Pusan University in South Korea.
Are British pilots flying in a military muddle in the middle east? We hear the realities of Operation Shader from Air Vice-Marshall Johnny Stringer as he briefs MPs
Back to Bosnia - why a former army officer turned GP, Dr Jonathan Leach has returned to Srebrenica.
Why the story of the Damnbusters Raid still has legendary status 75 years on - Steve Darlow, Ambassador for the RAF Benevolent Fund as well as a bomber command historian and author explains.
Why the military stands guard over the Royal wedding and which uniform will Prince Harry wear?
Thu, 17 May 2018
This week’s episode looks at the mounting tensions in the Middle East after President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear agreement. Kate Gerbeau and Christopher Lee talk to Professor Rosemary Hollis from City University, London, Emeritis Professor Colin Schindler from SOAS, University of London and Professor Paul Rogers from the University of Bradford.
The Chief Executive of Save the Children, Kevin Watkins explains why the UK should become a global leader in protecting civilians in armed conflict.
HM Naval Base Clyde celebrates its 50th anniversary. We hear from the First Sea Lord, Admiral Sir Philip Jones.
The military historian Antony Beevor talks about his latest book: Arnhem, The Battle of the Bridges 1944
And what’s the story behind the man who is the new Head of the Army? Lt General Mark Carleton Smith.