Highlights of the first three months of 2011 at Westminster presented by Alicia McCarthy.
Shirin Wheeler reports on the work of the European Parliament.
HRH the Prince of Wales addressing the European Parliament, from Wednesday 9 February.
Author Lance Price discusses his book Where Power Lies: Prime Ministers v the Media.
Recorded coverage of the select committee on football governance.
Questions in the House of Commons to Prime Minister David Cameron from Wednesday 30 March.
Huw Edwards presents coverage of Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne's 2011 Budget.
Mark D'Arcy talks to Francis Beckett about his book The Prime Ministers Who Never Were.
Foreign Secretary William Hague making a speech at Chatham House.
Strasbourg session of the European Parliament, from Tuesday 5 or Wednesday 6 April.
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with author Dominic Sandbrook.
Select committee on the future of higher education, from Tuesday 23 March.
Questions to the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, from Wednesday 23 March.
Author Vernon Bogdanor talks about his book The Coalition and the Constitution.
The Culture, Media and Sport select committee's annual session with the culture secretary.
Lord Morgan delivers a lecture on David Lloyd George, from Tuesday 11 January.
The Archbishop of York's address to the Church of England Synod, from 8 February.
Mark D'Arcy talks to author Patrick French about his book India: A Portrait.
Debate on the economy, growth and enterprise, from Thursday 24 March.
Sir Peter Tapsell MP delivers a lecture on F E Smith, from Tuesday 1 February.
Public Accounts committee on the banking support and asset protection scheme hearing.
Baroness Shirley Williams delivers a lecture on Nancy Astor, from Tuesday 29 March.
Tuesday 26 April 2011