Democratic Party United States senators in all BBC programmes
Vice-President Al Gore's oversees the Boeing 777 jetliners deal with China.
A profile of astronaut John Glenn upon his retirement.
The life of politician Claude Pepper (1900-1989)
Senator Diane Feinstein, the Democratic nomination for governorship of California in 1990.
The drama of Congressional voting, as highlighted by Diane Feinstein's forestry bill.
Admission of affairs sink Hart's chances of the Democrat nomination.
A comparison of prominent first ladies.
Obituary for former vice president Hubert Humphrey.
Senator John Glenn tries for the Democrat nomination in the presidential race.
Alistair Cooke reflects on astronaut John Glenn's eventful earth landing.
Remembering the televised spectacle of John Glenn, the first American to orbit the earth.
Senator Kennedy bows out of next presidential election.
The secret ailments of President John F Kennedy.
San Francisco's mayor wins battle against ejection.
Presidential hopeful Mondale gets fighting mad in the campaign.
Democrat leader Mondale under fire as the Republican convention opens.
Muhammad Ali on Dick Cavett show September 1978. Rising popularity of Edward Kennedy.
The revelations of the televised debate between Al Gore and Ross Perot.
An obituary of President Harry S Truman (1884–1972).
Upon the death of a dear friend, Alistair Cooke reveals a secret about President Kennedy.
How the tenacious lawyer Senator Sam Ervin of North Carolina challenged Nixon.
Alistair Cooke pays tribute to the eccentric former senator, Daniel Patrick Moynihan.
In praise of Sam Ervin, the Southern senator who chaired the Watergate hearings.
Does the 'broken' nature of American politics necessitate a three party system?
Former Arkansas Senator William Fulbright remembered.