Andrew Marr's guests are Sir John Major, Mary McAleese, John Sentamu and Joanna Lumley. News review with Helen Lewis and Jo Coburn. Show more
Paul O'Grady goes on a journey through the history of the British working class to find out how our lives outside of work brought us together and sometimes tore us apart. Show more
Stephen Sackur speaks to Sir John Major, former British Prime Minister. Within weeks the Conservative party will have a new leader and Britain a new prime minister. Show more
Andrew Marr talks to former Prime Minister John Major, John Denham, Danny Alexander and Catherine Tate. Shami Chakrabarti and Matthew Parris review the Sunday papers.
Andrew Marr talks to key figures from politics, current affairs and the arts, including former Prime Minister John Major.
Andrew Marr is joined by Conservative MP Liam Fox, shadow first secretary of state and business secretary Angela Eagle MP, and former prime minister Sir John Major. Show more
Interviews with key newsmakers and cultural figures. Andrew's guests include former prime minister John Major, Conservative MP Boris Johnson and actor Jesse Eisenberg. Show more
Key political personalities and cultural figures join Andrew Marr to discuss topical politics, current affairs and the arts. Guests include former prime minister Sir John Major. Show more
Andrew Marr's guests include Sir John Major, Queen Noor of Jordan and Neil Findlay MSP, and there is music from the Hot Sardines. Show more
Andrew Marr welcomes Shadow Education Secretary Stephen Twigg, ex-Prime Minister Sir John Major, and two men on opposite sides of the Syrian conflict. Plus a newspaper review. Show more
Stephen Fry tells the story of Sir David Frost's life, including interviews with Michael Caine, Michael Parkinson and Michael Palin. Plus insight from Tony Blair and John Major. Show more
Stephen Sackur speaks to Sir John Major, former British Prime Minister. What kind of Conservative Party and what kind of country will emerge from the Brexit mess? Show more
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by former prime minister Sir John Major, plus Davina McCall and the Manic Street Preachers. Tony Livesey investigates rogue landlords. Show more