The tragic flaw which turns a potential hero into a failure makes the most compelling of all stories. Clinton, in the conduct of his office, was a significantly above average president. That is why his humbling, by one trivial and common flaw, is a tragedy - the kind of narrative audiences throughout history have been unable to turn away from. We propose to persuade the main participants to describe what happened at the key moments. The central two or three programmes will cover some of his big triumphs and failures, the first and last programmes, the scandals.