7:10 Our Own Odysseys - The Sorrow of Auschwitz

Following his interest in the World Wars, Guy Benfield recently took the time to visit the Auschwitz concentration camp complex in Poland, the largest of its kind established by the Nazi regime.

7:30 The Sampler

A weekly review and analysis of new CD releases.

8:12 Election 2014 Debate

8:40 Global Neighbours - Palestine

Reporting from Ramallah in the West Bank of the Palestinian territories, pop. 4,550,368 (est. 2014) is freelance journalist Nida' Tuma.

9:06 The War That Changed The World: Dresden – The Waging of War

The tank, gas, flame throwers, Zeppelins - the weapons of World War One were like nothing that had been experienced before. At a special event with the British Council, Amanda Vickery and her guests explore the waging of war, its methods and morality at the German Military Museum in Dresden. How did the technological and industrial development revolutionise war? Did Germany really use methods that were so different from other countries? German leaders accepted ‘moral responsibility’ for the war at the Treaty of Versailles. German historians – Sönke Neitzel and Annika Mombauer – and an audience in Dresden debate whether Germany was fairly blamed. They also explore how the experience of this war impacted on the tragedies experienced by cities like Dresden in the war that came after.

The artist and photographer Herlinde Koelbl has spent six years studying how more than 30 different national armies relate to the targets they shoot at in training. Does the enemy have a face? To what extent do people think of themselves as other people’s targets. She delivers an essay on the mind-sets and cultural differences between combatants in World War One.

See the BBC website for more on this programme.

10:00 Late Edition

A review of the news from Morning Report, Nine to Noon, Afternoons and Checkpoint. Also hear the latest news from around the Pacific on Radio New Zealand International's Dateline Pacific.

11:06 The Shed

A glorious mix of brand new sounds from all over the world, real conversations with music makers and tales of everyday life as seen from an English garden shed (11 of 13, MCM)