First transmitted in 1990, this is a film about the psychology of warfare and killing. It includes interviews with soldiers who have killed in the Falklands and other wars.
First transmitted in 1977, this documentary follows three months in the life of the 1st Battalion of the Royal Green Jackets (also known as the Black Mafia).
Series in which the Welsh comedian tries out some proper jobs. Here, he takes part in one of the British Army's toughest training exercises in the Brecon Beacons.
By Duncan Leatherdale
Rhod Gilbert tries his hand at some proper jobs. In this edition he trains to become a pilot with the RAF, with an eye to co-piloting on an exercise.
Rhod is joining the Navy, but that's not good news for a bloke who struggles with seasickness. As he's dunked in at the deep end with the rigorous Royal Navy training regime, can he stay afloat?
Violence in Sudan over the weekend saw over 100 people injured.
First transmitted in 1978, this programme focuses on the day to day lives of the British troops guarding the Belize/Guatemala border and their celebrations on Christmas Day, 1977.
To avoid arrest a government adviser has gone into hiding and describes the situation in the country.