As all the world watches Simpson's murder trial, OJ's defence team lead by Johnnie Cochran change the focus of the trial to a racial one and accuses the LAPD and detective Mark Fuhrman of racism, instead of focusing on the actual murders.
Twenty years on from the massacre at Tiananmen Square this series attempts to answer why capitalism contributed heavily to the tragic events of that day, revealing an interpretation of the motives of the demonstrators that may well overturn the conventional view in the West.
In the last of these three programs, Andrew Marr looks at the defining moments of The Queen's reign, beginning with her accession to the throne in 1952 and her Coronation sixteen months later. He examines how she's coped with decades of changing and sometimes tense relations with the media, looks backwards and forwards at royal jubilees and charts her trip to Australia to look at what some see as her most enduring achievement, the Commonwealth. And - for the first time - all of The Queen's adult grandchildren have their say about 'The Diamond Queen'.
The White House is probably the most famous building in the world: a living symbol, an icon of democracy, and home to one of the most powerful people on Earth. It's where the president of the United States of America charts the course for the country, and where a family lives in the national spotlight. As the iconic monument reaches 200 years of history, this documentary celebrates through the stories of the First Families who have called it home, and through the recollections of workers, historians and members of the press who have spent time within the illustrious building. Standing at the epicentre of global politics, in the heart of the nation's capital, the story of the White House is the story of America itself.
Dateline's Brett Mason presents this special documentary which investigates the accusations of criminality and corruption that have surrounded Vladimir Putin's reign in Russia. Tracing his career back over two decades, the program reveals how the accumulation of wealth and power has led to autocratic rule and the spectre of a new Cold War.