Michael Berkeley's guests is writer on families Andrew Solomon.
Why do journalists flock to Washington for the presidential election?
The parallels between the leadership of President Clinton and Felipe Gonzalez of Spain.
Newt Gingrich becomes Speaker of the US House of Representatives.
The United Nations intervention in Bosnia, and the hesitation of Bill Clinton.
President Clinton visits China, considering US - Chinese relations and Nixon's 1972 visit.
The prosperity and popularity of President Clinton.
Contrasting Clinton's high approval rating with the widespread belief that he's lying.
Did Bill Clinton use family and political influence to avoid being drafted during Vietnam?
Paula Jones' civil prosecution of Clinton for an alleged 1991 sexual assault thrown out.
Allegations that Clinton persuaded Monica Lewinsky to give false testimony examined.
President Clinton's trip to dissuade Boris Yeltsin from sending nuclear aid to Iran.
Mark Kermode reviews Fahrenheit 11/9.
The press scrutiny of the personal life of Governor Bill Clinton in 1992.
A brief history of Labor Day, and what is holds for 1995.
Remembering the military dead, from picnics to serious parades in Waterloo, New York
Colleagues and friends discuss Michelle Obama's influence on her husband's campaign.
The importance of big business to President Clinton's re-election campaign.
The lack of a clear objective in modern conflict, and the effect on the American public.
As the UN is refused access to weapons sites in Iraq, Operation Desert Fox begins.
Richard Gere talks to Simon about his new film Arbitrage.
Michael Berkeley's guest is writer on autism Steve Silberman.
The mystery of illegal donations to President Clinton's re-election campaign.
Clinton subpoenaed to appear before a grand jury and the US grand jury system explained.
A chronicle of the reactions to the first World AIDS day in 1993.
Alan Cumming reads his memoir Not My Father's Son
Clinton's White House departure inspires Alistair Cooke to explore past presidents' exits.
US cruise missile strikes in Sudan and Afghanistan and Clinton makes a public appearance.
On the 50th anniversary of NATO, Alistair Cooke considers the power it wealds.