Sean Curran talks to former Labour party leader Neil Kinnock about his life.
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With Jeffrey Donaldson MP, Andrew Murrison MP and Dr Catriona Pennell. (R)
Mark D'Arcy talks to Conservative MP Damian Collins about his book on Philip Sassoon.
Recorded coverage of the debate on the renewal of Trident, from Monday 18 July.
Roger Casement remembered in an event at the Irish embassy in London on Thursday 2 June. (R)
Nick Thomas-Symonds delivers a lecture on Michael Foot, from Monday 11 July.
American political highlights, with Leon Panetta, Madeline Albright and Rajiv Shah.
C-SPAN interviews with leading figures on the American political scene and viewers' calls.
Recorded coverage of a speech by former Labour leader Ed Miliband, from Monday 18 July. (R)
Recorded coverage of the news conference held with Boris Johnson and John Kerry.
Recorded coverage of the Scottish affairs select committee, from Tuesday 19 July.
Recorded coverage of the news conference held by Theresa May and Angela Merkel.
Lord Steel delivers a lecture on Jo Grimond in the Speaker's House, from Monday 8 February (R)
Jeremy Corbyn speaking at the Unite policy conference in Brighton, from Wednesday 13 July.
A review of the last three months at Westminster, presented by Keith Macdougall. (R)
Coverage of questions to the prime minister Theresa May from Wednesday 20 July. (R)
Recorded coverage of the seminar on 'Britain's European Vote', from Thursday 30 June. (R)
Mark D'Arcy talks to former Labour MP Nick Raynsford about his book Substance Not Spin. (R)
Lord Lexden delivers a lecture on Sir Anthony Eden from Tuesday 10 May. (R)
A session on car fires in Vauxhall Zafira B models and the vehicle recalls, from 19 July. (R)
Recorded coverage of the Welsh Assembly, from Wednesday 6 July. (R)
Mark D'Arcy talks to authors Richard Aldrich and Rory Cormac. (R)
Recorded coverage of questions to first minister Nicola Sturgeon from Thursday 30 June. (R)
The Culture, Media and Sport Committee's session on the BBC White Paper. (R)
Recorded coverage of questions to the Executive Office from Monday 27 June. (R)