There were more than 16 million deaths in World War One, and dying with many of the wounded were their stories, leading to many forgotten lives.
We go on a journey of discovery with our presenters as they piece together the jigsaw puzzle of their families WW1 pasts, today it's the turn of Charlotte Hawkins.
John Stapleton re-lives his job as a road worker, John worked with his local council in the early 1960s when he was 16 years old fixing roads in the Saddleworth area of Greater Manchester, he used to earn around £3 a week.
At that time, John admits that he was more tea boy but he was known to wield a pick axe and push a wheel barrow around. This time John went back to Oldham Council Highways team to mend a couple of the 15,000 potholes they have to repair each year.
The Prime Minister announces today that £300m is to be spent on gene therapy which its hoped will help predict rare cancers
The swimming star joins us with her take on the Commonwealth Games and to talk about life after Olympic glory
This week we've seen a split in weather conditions across the British Isles, all the way through. On Monday when northwestern areas got off to a warm and bright start, London and the South East started the week off with flashes of lightning, rumbles of thunder and torrential downpours. But what's to come over the weekend?
Read more in Alex's weather blog...
This morning we'll be hearing from parents - some with children as old as four - who still use a pushchair. At what age do you think children should walk on their own two feet? When is a child too old to be in a buggy?