Steve Richards presents a series examining the state of Jeremy Corbyn's Labour leadership.
BBC Radio 4
Harvard philosopher Michael Sandel asks if a citizen of the world is a citizen of nowhere.
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown retells the story of the expulsion of Ugandan Asians by Idi Amin.
Steve Richards looks back on David Cameron's years in power and explores his legacy.
Anne McElvoy invites figures on opposed sides of a political issue to listen to each other
Anne McElvoy talks to key figures inside the election campaign about what happened and why
Unpicking the business and economic issues behind the election
Current affairs programme that puts young people at the centre of the debate
BBC One Northern Ireland
The American Dream: where does the idea come from and how has its meaning changed?
Professor David Rothkopf charts the transformation of modern international diplomacy.
As the UK prepares to begin leaving the EU, what are the key deals to be done?
Adam Smith on past presidents who divided America as they arrived promising radical change
Robert McCrum talks to six writers about the transition from Obama to Trump.
Full coverage of questions to the First Minister from the Senedd in Cardiff Bay.
BBC Two Wales
After the US presidential election, five writers give their view on where America goes now
Is now the point when the structure of British party politics will fundamentally change?
Steve Richards examines the dramatic story of Jeremy Corbyn.
Continental Europeans give their views of Britain's relationship with their home country.
The story of how he tried to reshape America as told by his inner circle.
Graham Easton explores the anti-cancer campaign of US vice president Joe Biden
Elinor Goodman investigates how government ministers take decisions in the 21st century.
David Cowling examines the role of opinion polling in British politics
Robert Orchard traces the Welsh roots of those who brought down Margaret Thatcher.
BBC Radio Wales
Will Self goes on the trail of Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell
James Landale examines why Margaret Thatcher was ousted from power 25 years ago.
A guide to the processes and procedures in Parliament.
Poet Dean Atta became uninterested in politics. Did the recent election change his mind?
Marie-Louise Muir revisits youth orchestras set up during the Troubles in Northern Ireland
Andrew Rawnsley chairs a studio debate on the future of the Labour Party.
Chris Mason brings together listeners' contributions on election issues that concern them.
The stories behind iconic photographs from British general elections.
Debate programme. Two groups of voters dissect the issues as election day looms.
Hugo Rifkind presents a quirky take on the twists and turns of the election campaign
Personal reflections on the challenges facing Europe after events in France and elsewhere.
Nick Robinson explores democracy, questioning senior politicians, activists and the public
Will Self embarks on a 50-kilometre walking tour of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.
Aasmah Mir asks if Scottish society has been split in two by the independence referendum.
Peter Hennessy asks public figures how further devolution might change the UK constitution
Jeanette Winterson presents a personal exploration of Manchester.
Global experts and decision makers discuss, debate and analyse a key news story.
BBC World Service
James Naughtie hosts discussion about Scotland's future, from the Edinburgh Festival.
How evolutionary biology shapes policy on welfare reform, immigration and bankers' pay.
Amanda Foreman examines the formative years of British politics.
David Goldblatt unravels the story of Brazil through its abiding passion for football
How a government whip told the Queen what really went on in the House of Commons.
What does the Ukrainian revolution mean for Britain, Russia and the world?
Lucy Ash profiles five controversial characters from different corners of the continent
Steve Richards looks back on Nick Clegg's rollercoaster ride in power
Jonathan Freedland reassesses Machiavelli and finds the inspiration for modern republics.
Prof Murray Pittock explores the origins of Scottish nationalism