For those of you who haven't found these yet, I recommend these BBC 4 podcasts: Great War of Words.
They are introduced by Michael Portillo and feature archive material and very good historians discussing the outbreak of the war & war guilt.
I downloaded them to my iPod and have listened to them in the car today, driving to and from work.
I have to say that I feel really vindicated. These are proper historians, from proper universities, from varying backgrounds and they seem to be saying what I thought was the case with modern thinking*, rather than the out of date stuff that medievalist was spouting that was rooted in the 1960s.
The second podcast on war guilt is really, really interesting as it goes into the historiography of the subject and explains why our thinking is so badly messed up.
Excellent. Well done Aunite Beeb again.
(BTW - Haven't tried the Women's Hour broadcasts, but the write up looks interesting for those as well.
*I was part way through writing "and they agree with me" before realising how arrogant that would be. I agree with them, not the other way round. They probably have no idea who I am.