Monday, February 15, 1999 Published at 15:21 GMT
Key moments: In their own words
Key soundbites in audio and video from the Lewinsky affair - from first denial to impeachment trial:
What Bill Clinton said - and when he said it - became a key part of the evidence against him.
No sexual relations with "that woman"
Relations were "not appropriate"
"I have sinned"
Crucial cuts: Video testimony to Grand Jury
"I want to say again how profoundly sorry I am"
Tapes of phone calls between Ms Lewinsky and one-time confidante Linda Tripp were central to Kenneth Starr's report.
"I never even came close to having sex with him"
"I never expected to feel this way"
"This is too much for one person"
"No-one asked or encouraged me to lie"
Monica Lewinsky explains it was not in her "best interests" to testify in the Paula Jones case
"I said something about seeing him more as a man than as a president"
Throughout the crisis, Hillary Clinton stood by her man.
"There's no fire"
"Truth will come out"
"I'm proud of his leadership"
Highlights from President Clinton's impeachment trial - only the second in US history.
Opening prayer for guidance "through this difficult time"
Senators, you are now stewards of the oath
"Perjury is the twin brother of bribery"
"If you cannot believe the president, who can you believe?"
'Make America a country worth dying for'
"William Jefferson Clinton is not guilty of the charges proferred against him"
Are we at that horrific moment in our history?
As long as we each do our constitutional duty, those who fought for this country would be proud
Attacking the obstruction of justice charge David Kendall 21 January
"The people are calling on you to rise above partisanship"
Views in congress eventually divided along partisan lines.
Such behaviour is "immoral"
Huge "responsibility for the Congress"
"His problems cannot be ignored"
"This is a very serious constitutional question"
"Lousy job, but someone has to do it"
Public support for the president appeared to hold up throughout the crisis.
A selection of callers to US radio
Listening to the president's apology
First reactions to the Starr report
"People are still making up their minds"
First reactions: Polls start rising in wake of broadcast of video
The people of Memphis give their reaction
As well as the daily television and news reports, the BBC has produced some more in-depth programmes.
BBC Panorama's special report on the Clinton crisis. 14th August
The Video Footage
Available film footage of the President with Monica Lewinsky.
Monica Lewinsky - not just a face in the crowd.