Questions in the Scottish Parliament to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon from Thursday 27 June.
Former prime minister Sir John Major in conversation with Chatham House director Robin Niblett about the UK's role in international affairs, from Thursday 13 June.
Coverage of a debate in Westminster Hall on the contribution of Polish forces to the UK efforts in World War Two, from Tuesday 2 July.
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Labour MP Rachel Reeves about her book Women of Westminster: The MPs Who Changed Politics.
Coverage of the 20th anniversary of the Scottish Parliament attended by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Presented by Rebecca Curran and Brian Taylor. Show more
Prime minister Theresa May's speech in Stirling on the future of the Union and the review into the UK government and devolution, from Thursday 4 July.
Sir Edward Leigh delivers a lecture on 'What if Michael Heseltine, not John Major, had become PM in 1990?' in the Speaker's House from Monday 20 May.
Jonathan Sumption discusses state legitimacy and how democracy can be effective in accommodating political differences. Show more
Coverage of a debate in the House of Commons on the law covering assisted dying, from Thursday 4 July.
Mark D'Arcy talks to Jon Davis and John Rentoul about their latest book Heroes or Villains?: The Blair Government Reconsidered.
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to First Minister Mark Drakeford from Tuesday 16 July.
The speech by the cabinet secretary Sir Mark Sedwill on future public service challenges at the Institute of Government, from Thursday 13 June.
Highlights of the European Parliament session in Strasbourg, with the statement from the candidate for the presidency of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, from Tuesday 16 July.
The housing, communities and local government committee's hearing on the Grenfell Tower inquiry, with evidence from Grenfell residents, from Monday 8 July.
Mark D'Arcy talks to Tim Bouverie about his new book Appeasing Hitler: Chamberlain, Churchill and the Road to War.
Former Labour prime minister Gordon Brown making a speech in London on the future of the United Kingdom, from Tuesday 25 June.
In his third lecture, Jonathan Sumption argues that concepts of human rights have a long history in the common law. Show more
Recorded coverage of questions in the London Assembly to Mayor Sadiq Khan from Thursday 18 July.
Professor Vernon Bogdanor delivers a Gresham College lecture in the Museum of London on Britain and Europe, from Wednesday 13 March.
Mark D'Arcy talks to Scott Colvin about his recent book How to Survive a Select Committee.
Lord Norton delivers a lecture on "What if Ted Heath had resigned in October 1974 and Willie Whitelaw had become Tory Leader?" in the Speaker's House from Monday 18 March.
Former chancellor and editor of the Evening Standard George Osborne in conversation with historian Niall Ferguson at the Margaret Thatcher conference. Show more
Coverage of the Youth Parliament committee on knife crime, focusing on intervention, from Friday 5 July. Show more
Lord Rees of Ludlow delivers the Lord Speaker's Lecture, 'On the Future: technology and environmental stresses in 2050 and beyond', from Wednesday 27 February.
Stage 3 debate in the Scottish Parliament on the Management of Offenders (Scotland) Bill, from Tuesday 25 June.
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee on reality TV, with the producers of The Jeremy Kyle Show, Dame Caroline McCall and Sir Peter Bazalgette, from Tuesday 25 June. Show more