This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC Parliament on Sunday, February 18 2018

06:00Women and Equalities Committee Recorded coverage of the Women and Equalities Committee's session on the race disparity audit, from Wednesday 7 February. 
07:25BBC Pay Committee Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee's session on BBC pay with evidence from Carrie Gracie and Sir Tony Hall, from Wednesday 31 January. 
12:00America This Week Highlights of the political week in Washington. 
13:00Washington Journal C-SPAN's White House correspondent Steve Scully interviews leading figures on the American political scene and takes viewers' calls. 
15:00The View Mark Carruthers and guests review the week's political events from Stormont and Westminster and follow the highs and lows of the political week. [S] 
15:40Public Administration and... ...Constitutional Affairs Committee. Session in Cardiff on Wales, devolution and Brexit with evidence from Carwyn Jones AM, first minister of Wales, from Monday 5 February. 
17:20Suffragette 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. 
18:00Question Time David Dimbleby chairs the debate from Yeovil. On the panel are Theresa Villiers MP, David Lammy MP, Richard Walker, Faiza Shaheen and Camilla Cavendish. [S] 
19:00The Andrew Marr Show Andrew Marr talks to education secretary Damian Hinds MP, shadow education secretary Angela Rayner MP and European Parliament brexit representative Guy Verhofstadt MEP. [S] 
20:00Inside Number 10: 3/5 Lord Wilson In the third in a series of interviews with all five living former cabinet secretaries, political journalist Sue Cameron talks to Lord Wilson. 
20:30Turning 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. 
21:00Transport Committee Recorded coverage of the Transport Committee's session on the Airports National Policy Statement, with evidence from transport secretary Chris Grayling, from Wednesday 7 February. 
23:00Welsh First Minister's Questions Recorded coverage of questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 13 February. 
00:00Welsh Assembly Includes questions to Cabinet secretaries for energy and for finance, followed by debates on unadopted roads, loneliness and isolation and on mental health, from 14 February. 
05:15Westminster Hall House of Commons proceedings in Westminster Hall, including the debate on strengthening families, from Thursday 15 February.