Browse through all BBC Parliament's Harold Wilson Night programmes, or look at further articles and recordings about the former prime minister, taken from across BBC radio and online.
An at-a-glance guide to BBC Parliament's range of special programming marking 50 years since Wilson became Labour leader.
Shirley Williams, Bernard Donoughue and Douglas Hurd assess the legacy of Harold Wilson in a studio discussion.
A rare chance to see the 1971 documentary - condemned as a "calculated, deliberate, continuous deceit" - following Wilson's shadow cabinet in opposition.
BBC Political editor Nick Robinson explores how Wilson responded to the great challenges of his time, for his BBC Radio 4 series.
Report on Huddersfield MP Barry Sheerman's call for a Wilson statue at Westminster, 'equal in quality to that in his home town'.
Plans to honour Wilson with a Westminster Abbey memorial stone; many ex-premiers are buried or commemorated there.
Sir Stephen Wall considers what Wilson might teach Cameron about Europe, referendums, and holding his party together.
Lords Carrington, Donoughue and Hennessy discuss event-filled 1963, when Wilson succeeded Gaitskell as Labour leader.
The BBC enraged Wilson's outgoing government, effectively tricking them into taking part in a programme that was to ridicule them.
Report looking back at Wilson's early election victories, his 'white heat' speech, and the pound's devaluation.
In 1965, Wilson leads tributes to Britain's war leader, summarising Sir Winston Churchill's military record and political career.
"Mr Wilson, who turned 60 five days ago, made his bombshell announcement to his Cabinet this morning."
Ruskin Spear's portrayal of Wilson, displayed at the National Portrait Gallery, is among the depictions of the former premier on the BBC's 'Your Paintings' site.