American naval personnel of World War II in all BBC programmes
Alistair Cook reviews how the United Nations reacted to a scolding from Senator J Helms.
Carter first sitting president to attend Met opera.
Carter Playboy interview. Public reaction to Carter's 'adultery in my heart' admission.
Carter reshuffles his team of advisers.
New revelations about President Gerald Ford's past, are discussed by the press.
This episode contains references to racially offensive character names.
Do the personal problems of John Tower mean he is unable to advise President Bush?
The secret ailments of President John F Kennedy.
Looking back to the Letter from America written after President Nixon's resignation.
Nixon's resignation speech. No apology from Nixon in resignation speech.
Upon the death of a dear friend, Alistair Cooke reveals a secret about President Kennedy.
A profile of Richard Nixon, the only president in US history to resign from office.
The anti-abortion, pro-smoking Senator who may be the man who shapes foreign policies.
Alistair Cooke pays tribute to the eccentric former senator, Daniel Patrick Moynihan.
The Sunshine laws and endemic payola.
Carter stunned by Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.
US public opinion backs federal help for NYC's financial crisis.
Carter praised for reaction to Tehran hostage crisis.
Do a politician's personal problems affect their ability to govern?
Ford's presidency is working better than most expected.
Understanding the art of the political filibuster.
When times are tough, it pays politicians to speak plainly.
The re-emergence of Richard Nixon into public life after the Watergate scandal.
The resignation of Bernard Kalb, a man of principle.
Lack of clarity about Carter's foreign policy objectives.
President Ford keeps US-USSR nuclear pact low-key by signing in private.
A profile of Richard Nixon's dimplomatic work after leaving office.
Secrets and lies behind Secretary of State's resignation.