Kremlin officials and western statesmen profile Vladimir Putin and discuss how the Russian invasion of Georgia in August 2008 nearly led to war between America and Russia. Show more
The inside story of Barack Obama's campaign to win over Russian president Dmitry Medvedev, and Medvedev's own complex dealings with Vladimir Putin. Show more
Former Ukrainian president Leonid Kuchma and other statesmen discuss Putin's role in the rigged 2004 Ukrainian elections and the impact of the Orange Revolution that followed. Show more
Documentary series. In June 2001 Russian president Vladimir Putin met with George W Bush and gave a prophetic warning about Pakistan, Afghanistan and the Taliban. Show more
Documentary series. Contributors including Iran's President Khatami tell the inside story of the West's continuing nuclear confrontation with Iran. Show more
The series on the global crash tells the extraordinary story of how politicians reacted to the crisis, and asks what has been learnt from the entire calamity. Show more
The story of how Barack Obama tried to reshape America. A month after his victory, Obama discovered America was on the verge of a great depression. Show more
The story of how Barack Obama tried to reshape America. This episode looks at how his proposals for affordable, accessible healthcare sparked a bitter conflict. Show more
The story of how Barack Obama tried to reshape America. Episode three tells how Obama set out to end George Bush's wars in the Middle East. Show more
How Barack Obama tried to reshape America. The last episode begins with Obama's decision to launch the special operation into Pakistan, to catch Osama Bin Laden. Show more
Documentary series. In 1972, a break-in at the Democratic Party's headquarters sparks the Watergate scandal and a cover-up that goes to the very top of the US government. Show more
The biggest players of the war in Iraq reveal the inside story. The final episode tells how the war ended and brings the Iraq story up to date. Show more
Documentary series about the Watergate scandal. Nixon's burglars are caught, and the president himself is at the head of a cover-up that links the crime to the White House. Show more
Nixon pays the Watergate burglars to keep silent, but his adviser, John Dean, turns state's evidence after John McCord, one of the thieves, reveals the administration's involvement. Show more
The so-called Saturday Night Massacre, the chain of events that unfolded on 20 October 1973, when President Nixon demanded that special prosecutor Archibald Cox be fired.
President Nixon clings on to the White House as the case against him mounts. The automatic recording system he ordered to be installed in the Oval Office, however, contains damning evidence.