London Mayor Boris Johnson's question session in the London Assembly, from 17 December.
Shirin Wheeler on the European Parliament's final 2008 session. Parliament is in recess.
Mark D'Arcy talks to author George Walden about his book, China: A Wolf in the World?
Carolyn Quinn reports on the impact of life peers.
The main speeches by party leaders in the Queen's Speech debate. 3 December.
Mark D'Arcy, Ed Vaizey, Michael White and Baroness Young on their political books of 2008.
Recorded coverage of Welsh Assembly proceedings.
Speech by Professor Peter Hennessy on the 1945 election. Recorded 11 December.
A review of the highlights of the year at Westminster presented by Alicia McCarthy.
Select Committee hearing on good government with evidence from Ken Clarke. 23 October.
Mary D'Arcy talks to Lord Bernard Donoughue on his book The Downing Street Diary Volume 2.
Scottish Government's response to Alistair Darling's Pre-Budget Report. 26 November.
Mark D'Arcy talks to cartoonist Gerald Scarfe about his book Monsters.
Debate on an EU Committee report on increasing donor organs, from Friday 14 November.
Questions in the Welsh Assembly to First Minister Rhodri Morgan from Tuesday 9 December.
Shirin Wheeler reviews the year in the European Parliament. Parliament is in recess.
Questions in the Scottish Parliament to First Minister Alex Salmond. Thursday 18 December.
Inquiry into Health Inequalities with chef Jamie Oliver. 5 November.
Commons questions to Prime Minister Gordon Brown from Wednesday 17 December.
The main speeches on the Government's Pre-Budget Report. 24 November.
Mark D'Arcy talks to Lord Norman Fowler about his book on the Tories, A Political Suicide.
Questions in the Northern Ireland Assembly to First Minister Peter Robinson. From 9 June.
Government plans to detain without charge for forty-two days. 13 October.
Mark D'Arcy talks to author Chris Moncrieff about his book Wine, Women and Westminster.
Thursday 1 January 2009