This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC Parliament on Tuesday, August 21 2018

05:55BOOKtalk Mark D'Arcy in conversation with Labour MP Angela Eagle and Imran Ahmed, discussing their new book The New Serfdom. 
06:15Legislative Programme Statement Recorded coverage of the statement in the Welsh Assembly from First Minister Carwyn Jones on the Welsh government's legislative programme, from Tuesday 17 July. 
07:10Scottish First Minister's... ...Questions. Recorded coverage of questions in the Scottish Parliament to first minister Nicola Sturgeon, from Thursday 28 June. 
07:50Voice and Vote Elliw Gwawr reports from the Voice and Vote exhibition in Westminster Hall which marks 200 years of women in Parliament. 
08:00Turning Points - Unscripted... ...Reflections by Steve Richards. 2/6. Steve Richards presents a series examining six significant turning points of the last 40 years. In this episode he looks at the formation of the SDP. 
08:30Liaison Committee with the... ...Prime Minister. Recorded coverage of the Commons Liaison committee session with prime minister Theresa May on the government's objectives for air quality, Brexit and defence spending. 
10:10Mayor's Question Time Recorded coverage of questions in the London Assembly to Mayor Sadiq Khan, from Thursday 19 July. 
11:40BOOKtalk - Jesse Norman Mark D'Arcy is joined by MP and author Jesse Norman, who speaks about his new book, Adam Smith What he thought and why it matters. 
11:55Vernon Bogdanor on the Minor... ...Parties. Professor Vernon Bogdanor delivers a Gresham College lecture in the Museum of London on the UK minor parties, from Tuesday 24 April. 
13:00Welsh First Minister's Questions Recorded coverage of questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 17 July. 
13:50Lord Lexden on Neville Chamberlain Lord Lexden delivers a lecture in the Carlton Club on Conservative Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, from Monday 9 July. 
14:30Briefings - Andrea Leadsom Leader of the House of Commons Andrea Leadsom making a speech in London on 'strengthening our Parliamentary democracy', from Wednesday 25 April. 
14:55Turning Points - Unscripted... ...Reflections by Steve Richards. 3/6. Steve Richards presents a series examining six significant turning points of the last 40 years. This episode looks at the death of Labour leader John Smith. 
15:25Briefings - Nigel Dodds Recorded coverage of the speech by the Westminster leader of the DUP, Nigel Dodds MP, hosted by the Bruges Group in London, from Wednesday 18 July. 
15:45Tony Blair on Brexit Former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair delivers a lecture on the future of Brexit, from Monday 26 March. 
16:15Westminster in review A review of the highlights of the last three months at Westminster, presented by Alicia McCarthy. [S] 
16:45BOOKtalk Summer Special Mark D'Arcy is joined by Financial Times journalist Laura Hughes, Daily Telegraph journalist Kate McCann and playwright James Graham to review a selection of the year's political books. 
17:15Winston Churchill Lecture The lecture by Sir Winston Churchill's grandson Sir Nicolas Soames MP on the life of the wartime leader, titled Winston Churchill The Great Human Being, from Friday 13 July. 
17:55Scottish Parliament - Powers The Scottish government-led debate in the Scottish parliament on protecting the powers of the Scottish parliament, from Tuesday 26 June. 
20:05Brexit White Paper Statement The statement in the House of Commons by the new exiting the EU secretary, Dominic Raab, on the government Brexit white paper, as agreed in the Chequers meeting. From Thursday 12 July. 
20:55BOOKtalk Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Peter Hain about his book, Mandela His Essential Life. 
21:10Turning Points - Unscripted... ...Reflections by Steve Richards. 4/6. Steve Richards presents a series examining six significant turning points of the last 40 years. In this episode he looks at the financial crisis of 2008. 
21:40East Coast Rail Committee Recorded coverage of the Transport Committee session examining the government's decision to bring the East Coast rail franchise back into public control, from Tuesday 24 July. 
23:20Lord Lexden on Neville Chamberlain Lord Lexden delivers a lecture in the Carlton Club on Conservative Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, from Monday 9 July. 
00:00HARDtalk Stephen Sackur talks to former director of the FBI James Comey. His recent memoir was a withering condemnation of the man who fired him, President Trump. 
00:25English Identity Lecture - John... ...Denham. Former Labour MP, and professor of politics and society at the University of Winchester, John Denham making a speech on English identity, from Monday 25 June. 
01:05BOOKtalk Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Sophie Pedder about her book Revolution Francaise Emmanuel Macron and the Quest to Reinvent a Nation. 
01:25Work of the Health Secretary... ...Committee. Coverage of the Health and Social Care Committee's evidence session with the new health secretary, Matt Hancock, from Tuesday 24 July. 
03:40Turning Points - Unscripted... ...Reflections by Steve Richards. 5/6. In the fifth programme focusing on six of the most significant political turning points of the last 40 years, Steve Richards looks at the Brexit referendum. 
04:10Briefing - Tom Tugendhat Recorded coverage of a speech by the Foreign Affairs Committee chairman Tom Tugendhat, speaking at the RUSI about the future role of the Foreign Office. From Tuesday 29 May. 
04:30Vernon Bogdanor on the British... ...Party System. Professor Vernon Bogdanor delivers a Gresham College lecture in the Museum of London on the British party system, from Tuesday 15 May. 
05:30Brexit Negotiations Committee Recorded coverage of the Exiting the European Union select committee session on the progress of Brexit negotiations, with Dominic Raab and Oliver Robbins, from Tuesday 24 July.