1. Morning

    1. 06:00
      Political Highlights

      Recorded coverage of political highlights.

    2. 10:00
      Question Time

      David Dimbleby presents topical debate from Derby.

      • HD
      • SL
    3. 11:00
      Mayor's Question Time

      Coverage of questions to mayor of London Boris Johnson, from Thursday 21 May.

  2. Afternoon

    1. 13:45
      European Parliament

      Including a debate on the European Agenda for Migration, from Wednesday 20 May.

    2. 17:00
      Scottish First Minister's Questions

      Recorded coverage of questions to first minister Nicola Sturgeon, from Thursday 21 May.

    3. 17:30
      Northern Ireland Assembly

      Recorded coverage of questions to health minister, Simon Hamilton, from Monday 18 May.

  3. Evening

    1. 18:00
      Welsh First Minister's Questions

      Questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones, from Tuesday 19 May.

    2. 18:50
      Supreme Court Judgement

      The judgment on the publication of concert pianist James Rhodes's autobiography.

    3. 19:00
      Who Won the UK General Election, How and Why?

      Coverage of a seminar at which leading academics analyse the General Election result.

    4. 20:15
      Election 2015 Lecture

      Recorded coverage of Professor Vernon Bogdanor's lecture on the 2015 general election.

    5. 21:10
      House of Commons
      Meeting of the New Parliament

      Proceedings in the Commons to elect the new Speaker.

    6. 22:30
      Charles Stewart Parnell Lecture

      Lord Bew delivers a lecture on Charles Stewart Parnell, from Tuesday 19 May.

    7. 23:20
      Scottish Parliament
      Devolution to Scotland

      The debate on proposals for the devolution of more powers to Scotland, from 21 May.

  4. Late

    1. 01:50
      Scottish Parliament
      Welfare Committee

      The Welfare Reform Committee looking at mitigation of the "bedroom tax", from 25 May.

    2. 05:40
      Scottish Parliament

      Recorded coverage of general questions to ministers from Thursday 21 May.