House of Lords from Wednesday 13 February, including debate on welfare reform motions.
Highlights of Wednesday 13 February in Parliament presented by Rebecca Keating.
Live questions to culture, media and sport secretary Maria Miller and her team.
Coverage of the urgent question tabled by Mary Creagh on the horsemeat scandal.
Live coverage of the announcement of commons business for the week ahead.
Live coverage including a select committee report on contamination of beef products.
Peter Snow presents archive programmes and a discussion on the first TV prime minister.
First interview with Harold Wilson after his election as Labour leader, from 1963.
Profile of Harold Wilson and Alec Douglas-Home on the election trail from 19 October 1964.
Duncan Smith meets Robin Wilson who recalls his life as the eldest son of Harold Wilson.
1/2 The BBC's election night coverage from 1966, presented by Cliff Michelmore.
Harold Wilson's now-infamous pound in your pocket broadcast, from 19 November 1967.
A whistle-stop tour of the 1970 general election.
Documentary looking at Wilson's shadow cabinet in their first year of opposition.
Interview with Angela Pope (producer) and David Dimbleby (presenter) of the documentary.
Extract from the referendum results programme, featuring David Dimbleby.
Harold Wilson's speech to the Labour Party Conference, from 30 September 1975.
David Holmes interviews Harold Wilson following his shock resignation on 16 March 1976.
David Holmes looks back on his time as BBC political editor during the Wilson years.
Peter Snow debates Harold Wilson with Baroness Williams, Lord Donoughue and Lord Hurd.
4/11 Sir Harold Wilson MP presents this 1979 edition of the late night chat show.
Highlights of Thursday 14 February in Parliament presented by Alicia McCarthy.
Recorded coverage of questions in the House of Lords from Thursday 14 February.
Conservative peer Lord Heseltine discusses Ed Miliband's speech on the economy.
House of Lords from Thursday 14 February, including the Succession to the Crown Bill.
Questions to home secretary Theresa May and her ministerial team, from Monday 11 February.
Friday 15 February 2013