Andrew Neil is in Manchester for the Conservative party conference. He is joined by Theresa May to discuss immigration proposals. Jo Coburn is joined by Peter Hitchens.
David Dimbleby chairs Question Time from Brighton, scene of the Labour Party conference, with panellists Ben Bradshaw, Charles Kennedy, David Starkey, Theresa May and Dambisa Moyo. Show more
An extended edition of the prime minister's interview with Nick Robinson about the Brexit negotiations, broadcast as part of Panorama on Monday 17 September.
Andrew Neil interviews prime minister Theresa May on the day Britain triggers Article 50 to formally begin the process of leaving the EU. Show more
Andrew Neil interviews prime minister Theresa May on the day Britain triggers Article 50 to formally begin the process of leaving the EU. Nick Servini has reaction from Wales. Show more
Andrew Neil interviews Theresa May on the day Britain formally begins the process of leaving the EU. Gordon Brewer has reaction from some of Scotland's leading politicians. Show more
Andrew Neil interviews prime minister Theresa May on the day Britain triggers Article 50 to begin the process of leaving the EU. Tara Mills has reaction from Northern Ireland. Show more
Andrew Marr speaks to Theresa May in her first major interview since becoming prime minster. Show more
Conservative Party leader and prime minister Theresa May and Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn face a Question Time audience in York. Presented by David Dimbleby.
Andrew Neil interviews Conservative leader Theresa May. Then, live in Rhos near Wrexham, Bethan Rhys Roberts and voters question Conservative Welsh secretary Alun Cairns.
Prime Minister Theresa May making a keynote speech on her government's negotiating strategy for the UK's withdrawal from the European Union at Lancaster House in London, from 17 January 2017.
Recorded coverage of prime minister Theresa May making a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, from Thursday 19 January.
Andrew Neil interviews Conservative Party leader and prime minister Theresa May, ahead of the general election.
Britain’s outgoing prime minister tells the BBC’s political editor of her pride and disappointment inside Number 10 ahead of the handover to a new PM.
David Dimbleby chairs from Grimsby, with a panel comprising Margaret Beckett, Theresa May, Ming Campbell, Steve Easterbrook and Benedict Brogan. Show more
Presented by Jenni Murray and Jane Garvey. Leading women politicians from Great Britain's seven major political parties debate some of the key issues ahead of the general election. Show more
For the first time, Question Time comes from the Houses of Parliament. David Dimbleby chairs a panel including Ed Balls, Theresa May, Shirley Williams and Benjamin Zephaniah. Show more
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined on the sofa by prime minister Theresa May and her husband Philip. Plus Eurovision hopeful Lucie Jones chats to Mel Giedroyc. Show more
Jane Garvey presents highlights from the interviews with the women on the first WH Power List. She is joined by Eve Pollard, who chaired the judges, and by historian Kate Williams. Show more