1. Morning

    1. 09:00
      Wednesday in Parliament

      Highlights of proceedings in Parliament on Wednesday 28 June presented by Keith Macdougall

    2. 09:30
      House of Commons
      Live Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport Questions

      Questions in the House of Commons to culture, media and sport secretary Karen Bradley.

    3. 10:10
      House of Commons
      Live Attorney General Questions

      Live coverage of questions in the House of Commons to the attorney general Jeremy Wright.

    4. 10:40
      Business Questions

      Coverage of the announcement of Commons business for the week ahead.

    5. 11:55
      House of Commons
      Sky Merger Statement

      The statement by Karen Bradley on the proposed merger between 21st Century Fox and Sky.

  2. Afternoon

    1. 12:55
      Watch live
      House of Commons

      Live coverage including the fifth day of debate on the Queen's Speech.

  3. Evening

    1. 18:10
      Scottish Parliament

      A Scottish government-led debate on Education Governance Next Steps, from 28 June.

    2. 20:30
      Welsh Assembly
      Legislative Programme

      Recorded coverage of Carwyn Jones outlining the Welsh government's legislative programme.

    3. 21:45
      Scottish Parliament
      Brexit and Independence Referendum Statement

      Nicola Sturgeon's statement on Brexit and a second referendum on Scottish independence.

    4. 22:30
      Lords Questions

      Recorded coverage of Lords Questions from Thursday 29 June.

    5. 23:00
      Thursday in Parliament

      Highlights of proceedings in Parliament on Thursday 29 June, presented by Keith Macdougall

    6. 23:30
      Scottish First Minister's Questions

      Recorded coverage of questions to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon from Thursday 29 June.

  4. Late

    1. 00:15
      Daily Politics

      Andrew Neil is joined by the former environment secretary Owen Paterson.

      • HD
    2. 01:15
      House of Lords

      Including the last day of debate on the Queen's Speech, from Thursday 29 June.