Interviews, clips and documentaries, gathered by BBC Radio, in honour of the great boxing legend.
A memory of the night that brought Billy Crystal, Richard Pryor and Muhammad Ali together
Reverend Dr Kevin Cosby spoke of Muhammad Ali's impact on black culture
Why were so many literary and journalistic heavyweights drawn to the Muhammad Ali myth?
The 1978 comic book that took America by storm - Muhammad Ali versus Superman
Bob Greene praises the courage it took the former boxer to appear in public
Writer Bob Greene describes the extraordinary scenes that greeted Ali in public
The daughter of Malcolm X on what Muhammad Ali meant to her father and her family
How those closest to Ali have reacted to news of his death
Martin Luther King's former lawyer Dr Clarence Jones remembers Muhammad Ali
A tribute to boxing legend Muhammad Ali who died on Saturday at the age of 74.
Michael Gaffney was his personal photographer from 1977 to 1978.
In October 1974 one of the greatest boxing matches of all time took place in Zaire.
Robin Wright was the only reporter on the plane that took Ali to the Rumble in the Jungle
Jesse Jackson remembers Muhammad Ali and his contribution to the civil rights movement
Sports writer Matthew Syed says Ali's more extreme views are often forgotten
Wladimir Klitschko pays tribute to Muhammad Ali, who has died at the age of 74.
Michael Parkinson interviewed Muhammad Ali four times during his career.
How the young Muhammad Ali became boxing world champion after two controversial fights.
Jerry Izenberg explains what Ali was like behind closed doors.
The former boxer remembers the famous Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier 1975 bout.
Sir David Frost interviews legendary boxing champion, Muhammad Ali. (1974)
How the boxing champion's refusal to go to Vietnam made him a hero to 1960s radicals
Muhammad Ali on Dick Cavett show September 1978. Rising popularity of Edward Kennedy.