This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC Parliament on Monday, December 24 2018

04:25Liaison Committee with Theresa May The House of Commons Liaison committee hearing with prime minister Theresa May from Thursday 29 November. 
06:05BOOKtalk Mark D'Arcy in discussion with an author about their latest political book. 
06:20Westminster in review Alicia McCarthy presents a review of the parliamentary highlights at Westminster since September. 
06:50Suffragette Allies Suffrage campaigns were led by women, but some men, such as activist Fred Pethick-Lawrence, who was put in gaol, and MPs John Stuart Mill and Keir Hardie, played supporting roles. 
07:30Reflections: The Prime... ...Ministers We Never Had - 9/9 Rab Butler. Political journalist Steve Richards looks at the career of Rab Butler. 
08:00Prime Minister's Questions Recorded coverage of questions in the House of Commons to prime minister Theresa May, from Wednesday 19 December. 
08:50The Political Studies... ...Association Awards 2018. Highlights from the Political Studies Association annual awards ceremony in London, hosted by broadcaster Jon Snow, from Tuesday 27 November. 
09:20Science and Technology Committee The science and technology committee's session on the impact of social media and screen use on young people's health with evidence from Children's Commissioner Anne Longfield. 
11:20BOOKtalk Mark D'Arcy in discussion with journalist Michael Crick about his book The Sultan of Swing, about the life of polling expert and inventor of the Swingometer David Butler. 
11:35Welsh First Minister's Questions Recorded coverage of questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones, from Tuesday 11 December. 
12:25Reflections: The Prime... ...Ministers We Never Had - 5/9 Neil Kinnock. Political journalist Steve Richards looks at the career of Neil Kinnock. 
12:55Women and British Politics,... ...Where Next? Labour MP Harriet Harman delivers a lecture on women and British politics, from Monday 22 October. 
14:00Mayor's Question Time Recorded coverage of questions in the London Assembly to Mayor Sadiq Khan from Thursday 20 December. 
15:30Festival of Politics: 3/5 Dame... ...Margaret Hodge. Dame Margaret Hodge in conversation with the Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament. Recorded at the Festival of Politics in the Scottish Parliament on Friday 12 October. 
16:30House of Commons Highlights of a debate in the House of Commons. 
18:30Reflections: The Prime... ...Ministers We Never Had - 3/9 Tony Benn. Political journalist Steve Richards looks at the career of Tony Benn. 
19:00Railway Timetable Changes... ...Committee. Transport Committee's session on rail timetable changes with evidence from transport secretary Chris Grayling, from Monday 22 October. 
20:30Tributes on the Prince of... ...Wales' 70th Birthday. Tributes in the House of Commons to the Prince of Wales marking his 70th birthday, from Wednesday 14 November. 
21:15Lord Lexden on Neville Chamberlain Lord Lexden delivers a lecture in the Carlton Club on Conservative Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, from Monday 9 July. 
21:55BOOKtalk Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Jeanne Marie Laskas about her book, To Obama With Love, Joy, Hate and Despair. 
22:10Women and British Politics,... ...Where Next? Conservative MP Anna Soubry delivers a lecture on 'Women and British Politics, where next?' from Monday 19 November. 
22:50Westminster in review Alicia McCarthy presents a review of the parliamentary highlights at Westminster since September. 
23:20Suffragette Allies Suffrage campaigns were led by women, but some men, such as activist Fred Pethick-Lawrence, who was put in gaol, and MPs John Stuart Mill and Keir Hardie, played supporting roles. 
00:00Youth Parliament: Knife Crime... ...Debate. The UK Youth Parliament debate in the chamber of the House of Commons on knife crime, from Friday 9 November. 
00:45Prime Properties: Benjamin... ...Disraeli. Author and historian Professor Kate Williams visits Hughenden, the Buckinghamshire house transformed by Victorian prime minister Benjamin Disraeli. 
00:55Reflections: The Prime... ...Ministers We Never Had - 8/9 Ken Clarke. Political journalist Steve Richards looks at the career of Ken Clarke. 
01:25Scottish First Minister's... ...Questions. Recorded coverage of questions in the Scottish Parliament to first minister Nicola Sturgeon, from Thursday 20 December. 
02:10Lord Hunt on Edward Heath Lord Hunt of Wirral delivers a lecture on 'Ted Heath: The leader who inspired my generation', recorded in Salisbury on Saturday 20 October. 
02:55Royal Address - King... ...Willem-Alexander. King of the Netherlands, Willem-Alexander, gives a Royal Address in the Palace of Westminster as part of his first official state visit to the UK, from Tuesday 23 October. 
03:20Reflections: The Prime... ...Ministers We Never Had - 1/9 Michael Heseltine. Leading political figures who did not make it to the top job. 
03:50Festival of Politics: 2/5 Lord... ...Heseltine. Veteran Conservative politician Lord Heseltine in conversation with the Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament, from Wednesday 10 October. 
04:50Jacob Rees-Mogg on Brexit Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg delivers a lecture on the future of Brexit, from Monday 18 June. 
05:25Women and British Politics,... ...Where Next? SNP MP Joanna Cherry delivers a lecture on 'Women and British Politics, where next?' from Monday 10 December.