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BBC Parliament

   
6:00am
Royal Visit to the Scottish Parliament
BBC Scotland's coverage of the Queen's visit to the Scottish Parliament to mark its 10th anniversary

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7:00am
Briefings
Briefings - Theresa May on the Union Prime minister Theresa May's speech in Stirling on the future of the Union and the review into the UK government and devolution, from Thursday 4 July

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7:35am
Speaker's House
Sir Edward Leigh on Michael Heseltine Sir Edward Leigh delivers a lecture on 'What if Michael Heseltine not John Major had become PM in 1990?' in the Speaker's House from Monday 20 May

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8:10am
The Reith Lectures
Season 2019 Episode 2 of 5
The Reith Lectures 2019 Justice of the Supreme Court Jonathan Sumption explores how democratic processes have the power to accommodate opposition opinions and interests, but argues that in recent years politics has shied away from legislating and now the courts have taken on more and more of the role of making law

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8:40am
House of Commons
House of Commons - Assisted Dying Coverage of a debate in the House of Commons on the law covering assisted dying, from Thursday 4 July

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11:15am
BOOKtalk
Jon Davis and John Rentoul Mark D'Arcy talks to Jon Davis and John Rentoul about their latest book 'Heroes or Villains?: The Blair Government Reconsidered'. First shown on BBC Parliament on Saturday 6 April

Category Arts/Culture (without music)
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11:35am
Welsh First Minister's Questions
16/07/2019 Recorded coverage from the Welsh Assembly as First Minister Mark Drakeford tackles queries on issues affecting life in Wales

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12:35pm
Briefings
Briefings - Sir Mark Sedwill The speech by the Cabinet Secretary, Sir Mark Sedwill, on future public service challenges at the Institute of Government, from Thursday 13 June.

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1:25pm
European Parliament
European Parliament - President of the European Commission Highlights of the European Paliament session in Strasbourg, with the statement from the candidate for the presidency of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, from Tuesday 16 July

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2:55pm
Select Committees
Grenfell Tower Inquiry The Housing, Communities and Local Government committee's hearing on the Grenfell Tower Inquiry with evidence from Grenfell residents, from Monday 8 July

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3:55pm
BOOKtalk
BOOKtalk - Tim Bouverie Mark D'Arcy talks to Tim Bouverie about his new book 'Appeasing Hitler: Chamberlain, Churchill and the Road to War'. First shown on BBC Parliament on Saturday 13 April

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4:15pm
Briefings
Briefings - Gordon Brown on the Union Former Labour prime minister Gordon Brown making a speech in London on the future of the United Kingdom, from Tuesday 25 June

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4:45pm
The Reith Lectures
Season 2019 Episode 3 of 5
The Reith Lectures 2019 Jonathan Sumption argues that judges - especially those of the European Court of Human Rights - have usurped power by expanding the interpretation of human rights law. He explains that concepts of human rights have a long history in the common law. But by contrast, the European Convention on Human Rights has become a dynamic treaty, taking on new interpretations and powers

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5:15pm
Mayor's Question Time
18/07/2019 Recorded coverage from the London Assembly of questions to the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan

Category News/Current Affairs
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6:45pm
Briefings
Briefings - Vernon Bogdanor Professor Vernon Bogdanor delivers a Gresham College lecture in the Museum of London on Britain and Europe, from Wednesday 13 March

Category General
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7:40pm
BOOKtalk
Scott Colvin Mark D'Arcy talks to Scott Colvin about his recent book 'How to Survive a Select Committee'. First shown on BBC Parliament on Saturday 18 May

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7:55pm
Speaker's House
Lord Norton on Willie Whitelaw Lord Norton delivers a lecture on 'What if Ted Heath had resigned in October 1974 and Willie Whitelaw had become Tory Leader?' in the Speaker's House from Monday 18 March

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8:45pm
Briefings
Briefings - George Osborne and Niall Ferguson Former Chancellor and editor of the Evening Standard, George Osborne, in conversation with historian Niall Ferguson at the Margaret Thatcher conference, organised by the Centre for Policy Studies. First shown on BBC Parliament on Saturday 29 June

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9:25pm
Select Committees
Youth Parliament Committee - Knife Crime Coverage of the Youth Parliament committee on knife crime, focusing on intervention, with evidence from the West Midlands police, the Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner, the Scottish Violence Reduction Unit and Edward Timpson, author of the Timpson review of school exclusion, from Friday 5 July

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10:40pm
Briefings
Briefings - Lord Rees of Ludlow Lord Rees of Ludlow delivers the Lord Speaker's Lecture, 'On the Future: technology and environmental stresses in 2050 and beyond', from Wednesday 27 February

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11:20pm
Scottish Parliament
Scottish Parliament - Management of Offenders Stage 3 debate in the Scottish Parliament on the Management of Offenders (Scotland) Bill, from Tuesday 25 June

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12:30am
Select Committees
Reality TV Committee Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee on reality TV with the producers of the Jeremy Kyle show as well as ITV's Chief Executive, Dame Caroline McCall, and the Chair of ITV, Sir Peter Bazalgette, from earlier today

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1:50am
The Reith Lectures
Season 2019 Episode 4 of 5
The Reith Lectures 2019 Jonathan Sumption assesses the US and UK's constitutional models. He describes Britain's unwritten constitution as a political institution. The US Constitution is by contrast essentially a legal document. This has led Americans to address what should be political questions via the courts, rather than through politics. Recorded in front of an audience at George Washington University in Washington DC

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2:20am
Speaker's House
Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell, Vice Chancellor of the University of Manchester and co-chair of the Prime Minister's Council of Science and Technology, delivers a lecture on 'Communicating Science' in Speaker's House, from Wednesday 15 May

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2:55am
BOOKtalk
Robin Renwick Mark D'Arcy talks to former British ambassador Robin Renwick about his new book 'Not Quite A Diplomat'. First shown on BBC Parliament on Saturday 25 May

Category Arts/Culture (without music)
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3:15am
Briefings
Lord Speaker's Lecture - Jack McConnell Jack McConnell delivers the Lord Speaker Lecture on '20 Years of Scottish Devolution: Pass or Fail?', from Wednesday 15 May

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3:55am
Select Committees
Whirlpool Tumble Dryers Recall Committee The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy select committee session on the safety of electrical goods following the recall of Whirlpool tumble dryers with evidence from the Whirlpool corporation and consumers as well as Which?, Electrical Safety First and the London Fire Brigade, from Tuesday 2 July.

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5:35am
Briefings
Briefings - Northern Ireland Backstop The panel held on the problems and possible solutions around the Northern Ireland 'backstop' required as part of the deal reached with the EU over Brexit, with DUP leader Arlene Foster, Lord Adonis, Lord Bew, Sir Graham Brady and Dean Godson, director of the Policy Exchange.

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