1. Morning

    1. 07:05
      Cameron and May

      Recorded coverage of speeches made by David Cameron and Theresa May on Wednesday 13 July.

    2. 07:20
      Lord Kinnock

      Sean Curran talks to former Labour party leader Neil Kinnock about his life.

    3. 08:10
      Ireland - 1916 and Beyond: The Somme

      With Jeffrey Donaldson MP, Andrew Murrison MP and Dr Catriona Pennell.

    4. 09:00
      Select Committees
      Anti-Semitism Committee

      Coverage of the Home Affairs select committee session on anti-Semitism, from Mon 4th July.

    5. 10:40
      Watch live
      Lord Donoughue

      Mark D'Arcy talks to Lord Donoughue about the latest volume of his memoirs.

    6. 11:00
      Speaker's House
      Hugh Gaitskell lecture

      Lord Radice delivers a lecture on Hugh Gaitskell in the Speaker's House, from Mon 18 April

    7. 11:50
      Select Committees

      Recorded coverage of the health select committee session, from Tuesday 19 July.

  2. Afternoon

    1. 14:05
      Michael McManus

      Mark D'Arcy talks to author Michael McManus about his book Edward Heath: A Singular Man.

    2. 14:20
      Select Committees

      Recorded coverage of the education select committee session, from Wednesday 20 July.

    3. 15:20
      Rupa Huq and Tom Henri

      Mark D'Arcy talks to Labour MP Rupa Huq and anthropologist Tom Henri.

    4. 15:35
      Theresa May, Arlene Foster and Martin McGuinness

      Recorded coverage of Theresa May, Arlene Foster and Martin McGuinness, from Monday 25 July

    5. 15:50
      Boris Johnson and John Kerry

      Recorded coverage of the news conference held with Boris Johnson and John Kerry.

    6. 16:35
      Supreme Court - Named Persons

      The supreme court's judgment on the "Named Persons" scheme, from Thursday 28 July.

    7. 16:45
      The Long Goodbye?

      Just how will the UK set about leaving the EU? Alicia McCarthy hears from experts.

    8. 17:15
      Westminster in Review

      A review of the last three months at Westminster, presented by Keith Macdougall.

  3. Evening

    1. 18:15
      Prime Minister's Questions

      Coverage of questions to the prime minister Theresa May from Wednesday 20 July.

    2. 18:55
      Republican Convention
      2016: Recorded - Day 4 Donald Trump

      Donald Trump addressing the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, from 21 July

    3. 20:10
      Democratic Convention
      2016: Day Four

      Including the keynote address from Hillary Clinton, from Thursday 28 July.

    4. 21:15
      Britain's Vote In The EU Referendum

      Recorded coverage of the seminar on 'Britain's European Vote', from Thursday 30 June.

    5. 22:25
      Nick Raynsford

      Mark D'Arcy talks to former Labour MP Nick Raynsford about his book Substance Not Spin.

    6. 22:45
      Edward Heath Memorial Lecture

      Lord Heseltine delivers a lecture on the Heath government, from Thursday 21 July.

    7. 23:35
      Speaker's House
      Sir Anthony Eden Lecture

      Lord Lexden delivers a lecture on Sir Anthony Eden from Tuesday 10 May.

  4. Late

    1. 00:20
      Select Committees
      Workplace Dress Codes Committee

      The Petitions Committee's session on high heels and workplace dress codes, from 28 June.

    2. 01:45
      The Black Door

      Mark D'Arcy talks to authors Richard Aldrich and Rory Cormac.

    3. 02:10
      Labour Leadership - Jeremy Corbyn

      Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn launching his campaign to remain leader, from Thursday 21 July

    4. 02:25
      Labour Leadership - Owen Smith

      Labour MP Owen Smith launching his campaign to become leader of the Labour Party, 17 July.

    5. 02:45
      Scottish First Minister's Questions

      Recorded coverage of questions to first minister Nicola Sturgeon from Thursday 30 June.

    6. 03:30
      Select Committees
      BBC White Paper Committee

      The Culture, Media and Sport Committee's session on the BBC White Paper.

    7. 05:25
      Northern Ireland Assembly

      Recorded coverage of questions to the Executive Office from Monday 27 June.