20th century American trials in all BBC programmes
A discussion of the likely outcome of the hearing to decide on Clinton's impeachment.
American dependency on red tape and the 'death' of common sense.
Jury selected for Patty Hearst case.
Lawyers argue over use of insanity defence in Hinckley case.
Would-be assassin of President Reagan finally comes to trial.
As the Lewinsky report is published the House starts considering an impeachment trial.
Alistair Cooke reflects on President Bill Clinton's impeachment trial.
The US intervenes to help Japan's economy and Louise Woodward returns to England.
The reduction in the severity of the verdict in the Louise Woodward trial by Judge Zobel.
A brief history of Labor Day, and what is holds for 1995.
An exploration of the issues of race surrounding the O J Simpson trial.
Why the jury found OJ Simpson guilty in his civil trial.
The media coverage of the OJ Simpson trial and the parallels with Edward VIII.
O J Simpson's very different trials.
Is $33.5m damages a fair sum for guilty OJ Simpson to pay?
Are Americans being too impatient while waiting for the verdict of the OJ Simpson trial?
The political fallout of Clinton’s impeachment trial is explored by Alistair Cooke.
Patty Hearst arrest and media speculation. Assassination attempts on President Ford.
Rodney King's second trial for civil rights violations after being beaten by police.
Alistair Cooke considers the language used by Alan Greenspan to calm the stock markets
Why are Americans obsessed with the OJ Simpson trial?
How Americans feel about the OJ Simpson trial following the delivery of the verdict.
Alistair Cooke reports on the US Senate trial of President Bill Clinton.