Proceedings in Westminster Hall including debates on police stop and search powers, the planning system, Qatar, higher education in Wales and more, from Wednesday 23 May. Show more
Coverage of questions in the House of Commons to prime minister Theresa May from Wednesday 23 May.
BBC Parliament's programme looking back at the week in Westminster presented by Alicia McCarthy.
Highlights of the week in Washington in the second year of Donald Trump's presidency including coverage of president Trump signing the new Banking Bill at the White House. Show more
C-SPAN's White House correspondent Steve Scully interviews leading figures on the American political scene and takes viewers' calls.
Zeinab Badawi speaks to the former newspaper executive Les Hinton. For more than 50 years he was Rupert Murdoch's right-hand-man. Show more
Labour MP Bambos Charalambous introducing his Terminal Illness (Provision of Palliative Care and Support for Carers) Bill in the Commons, from Wednesday 23 May.
Mark Carruthers and guests review the week's political events from Stormont and Westminster and follow the highs and lows of the political week. Show more
Sarah Smith and Gordon Brewer are joined by mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham, justice minister Rory Stewart MP and Health Select Committee chair Sarah Wollaston MP. Show more
Mark Carruthers with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
Sarah Smith and Arwyn Jones are joined by mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham, justice minister Rory Stewart MP and Health Select Committee chair Sarah Wollaston MP. Show more
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Ayesha Hazarika and Tom Hamilton about their book Punch & Judy Politics: An Insiders' Guide to Prime Minister's Questions.
David Dimbleby presents an hour of topical debate from Worthing. On the panel - Anna Soubry MP, Anneliese Dodds MP, Dominic Lawson, Sarah Churchwell and Lionel Shriver. Show more
Andrew is joined by education secretary Damian Hinds MP, shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth MP, Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg and actor Ben Chaplin. Show more
AJP Taylor argues that the French Revolution was the first modern war as it saw the first challenge to dynasticism and conservatism by nationalism and liberalism. Show more
Episode 1: 1979 Election
30 minutes on BBC Parliament
Steve Richards presents a series examining six of the most significant turning points of the last 40 years, starting with the 1979 election.
The Home Affairs Committee's session on migration policy after the UK leaves the European Union with evidence from the Confederation of British Industry, from Tuesday 22 May. Show more
International Development Committee's session on sexual exploitation and abuse in the aid sector, with evidence from Sir Alan Parker, from Tuesday 22 May. Show more
Sarah Smith and Jo Coburn are joined by mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham, justice minister Rory Stewart MP and Health Select Committee chair Sarah Wollaston MP. Show more
The Work and Pensions select committee session on the rollout of universal credit with evidence from Iain Duncan Smith and Emma Revie, from Wednesday 23 May. Show more
The Scottish Conservative-led debate on education and subject choices in the Scottish Parliament, from Wednesday 23 May.
The Scottish Conservative-led debates on housing in the Scottish Parliament, from Wednesday 23 May.