Mike Thomson asks if Britain's part in Zimbabwean peace meant protecting terrorists.
A recollection the work of Pierre Charles L'Enfant in shaping Washington DC.
The story of the youngest woman ever elected to the US congress.
Mark Coles profiles Andrew Cuomo, Governor of New York.
Claire Bolderson profiles the young Indian-American governor of Louisiana, Bobby Jindal.
Brazilian artists and thinkers explore cultural life under a far-right president.
Michael Berkeley's guest is Eamon Duffy, professor of the history of Christianity.
Cherie Blair tells the story behind that photo of her on the morning of Labour's 1997 win.
Geraldine Ferraro is Democrats' choice for vice-president nomination.
Alistair Cooke reveals America's objections and misconceptions of honours.
Peter Hennessy invites Iain Duncan Smith to reflect on his political life and times.
Mary Ann Sieghart profiles the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Iain Duncan Smith
Edward Stourton looks at the life and career of Brazil's president-elect Jair Bolsonaro.
Mark Coles explores the life and motivations of the US Secretary of State, John Kerry.
Becky Milligan profiles America’s First Lady.
Is a vote for Pat Buchanan in the New Hampshire primary a vote against George Bush?
Claire Bolderson profiles US Republican vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan.
Grant Ferret looks back at the divisive life of former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe.
Rudy Giuliani is both a divisive figure and a man who once united his nation.
The social problems faced by the Mayor of New York City, Rudolph Giuliani.
Alistair Cooke pays tribute Dr. Carlo Urbani, the pioneer of Doctors Without Borders.
Mary Ann Sieghart profiles the Cabinet Secretary Sir Gus O'Donnell.