George H. W. Bush in all BBC programmes
As the primaries begin, the Democrats are still ambivalent about their contenders.
Concern over the state of the American education system and President Bush's reforms.
American public is suffering from an overdose of deceit and financial fiddles.
Do the baseball metaphors of the 1988 presidential candidates endear them to the public?
Do nuclear weapons still pose a threat in 1989, and why is George Bush so popular?
Drama at convention over choice of running mate for Reagan.
Dukakis faces too many hurdles to overcome the Reagan feel-good factor.
Reagan and Anderson both claim victory in TV debate.
Presidential candidates consider possible three-way TV debate.
Is there too much news coverage of the 1980 Democratic nomination campaigns?
Jesse Jackson tops up support as Democrat selection goes on.
Democrat in-fighting has weakened the party's chances.
When presidential candidates only talked policy, and when Adlai Stephenson broke the rule.
The arrival of George H W Bush as the President of the United States of America.
The background of George H W Bush, the new Republican presidential candidate.
A profile of the Democratic and Republic contenders for the White House in 1988.
Why has the American public lost confidence in George H W Bush?
Gorbachev's banning of a Yeltsin rally in Moscow worries Alistair Cooke.
Illinois primary gives clues to likely presidential contenders.
Voters switch their support from independent candidate Anderson to Reagan.
How President Reagan's advanced age of 73 has affected the 1984 election debate.
President George H W Bush's handling of foreign affairs helps his re-election.
President George H W Bush has to defend his Gulf War actions against Saddam
President Bush's heart surgery leads to the scrutiny of vice president Dan Quayle.
Democrats waver over candidates while the Republicans back Reagan.
Ronald Reagan defeats Jimmy Carter in the 1980 presidential election.
The details of the latest mission by the space shuttle Endeavour.
George Bush's victory in the 1988 election, and the complexity of a modern ballot paper.
Will George Bush's luck prevail and inspire confidence in the American public in 1991?
Voters tune in to the World Series while the candidates slug it out.