This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC Parliament on Saturday, July 28 2018

05:20Prime Minister's Questions Recorded coverage of questions in the House of Commons to prime minister Theresa May, from Wednesday 18 July. 
06:10BOOKtalk Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Ayesha Hazarika and Tom Hamilton about their book Punch & Judy Politics An Insiders' Guide to Prime Minister's Questions. 
06:30Railway Network Committee The transport select committee session on the cancellations and delays following changes to the railways timetables by GTR, Arriva Rail and Network Rail. 
08:00Leadership Reflections: 2/6... ...Margaret Thatcher. In the second programme focusing on six of the most significant prime ministers of the last 50 years, journalist Steve Richards looks at the leadership of Margaret Thatcher. 
08:30Prospects for Scottish Unionism... ...Event. Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson and former chancellor Alistair Darling speaking about Scottish Unionism at an event in London, from Monday 21 May. 
09:05Scottish First Minister's... ...Questions. Recorded coverage of questions in the Scottish Parliament to first minister Nicola Sturgeon, from Thursday 28 June. 
09:45BOOKtalk Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Barbara Hosking about her book, Exceeding My Brief Memoirs of a Disobedient Civil Servant. 
10:05Leadership Reflections: 3/6... ...John Major. In the third programme focusing on six of the most significant prime ministers of the last 50 years, journalist Steve Richards looks at the leadership of John Major. 
10:35Briefings - Michael Heseltine Michael Heseltine giving the inaugural Joseph Chamberlain lecture,covering British political history, industrial strategy and local government, from Monday 4 June. 
11:05Health and Social Care Committee Recorded coverage of the Health and Social Care Committee's session on NHS funding with evidence from the King's Fund, Health Foundation, Nuffield Trust and Simons Stevens. 
13:30Welsh First Minister's Questions Recorded coverage of questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones from Tuesday 17 July. 
14:20Good Friday Agreement - 20... ...Years On. Politicians involved in the Good Friday Agreement take part in a panel discussion to mark its 20th anniversary with contributions from Tony Blair, Bill Clinton and Bertie Aherne. 
14:50Vernon 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. 
15:50Briefings - Andrea Leadsom Leader of the House of Commons Andrea Leadsom making a speech in London on 'strengthening our Parliamentary democracy', from Wednesday 25 April. 
16:15Scottish Parliament - Powers The Scottish government-led debate in the Scottish parliament on protecting the powers of the Scottish parliament, from Tuesday 26 June. 
18:20Leadership Reflections: 4/6... ...Tony Blair. In the fourth programme focusing on six of the most significant prime ministers of the last 50 years, journalist Steve Richards looks at the leadership of Tony Blair. 
18:50Jacob Rees-Mogg on Brexit Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg delivers a lecture on the future of Brexit, from Monday 18 June. 
19:25The Brexit Lectures: Nick Clegg... ...on Brexit. Former Deputy Prime Minister and Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg delivers a lecture on the future of Brexit, from Monday 21 May. 
20:20Westminster in review A review of the highlights of the last three months at Westminster, presented by Alicia McCarthy. 
20:50BOOKtalk Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Sophie Pedder about her book Revolution Francaise Emmanuel Macron and the Quest to Reinvent a Nation. 
21:10Sainsbury's and Asda Committee The environment, food and rural affairs select committee session on the proposed merger of supermarkets Asda and Sainsbury's, from Wednesday 20 June. 
22:35BOOKtalk 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 this year's political books. 
23:10Briefings: Ireland-UK Relations... ...- Past, Present and Future. RTE journalist Tommie Gorman in discussion with former President of Ireland Mary McAleese. 
00:10The Brexit Lectures: Liam Fox... ...on Brexit. International trade secretary Liam Fox delivers a lecture on the future of Brexit, from Monday 30 April. 
00:45Ken Clarke on Brexit Former Conservative chancellor of the exchequer Ken Clarke delivers a lecture on the future of Brexit, from Monday 29 January. 
01:50English 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. 
02:35Leadership Reflections: 5/6... ...Gordon Brown. In the fifth programme focusing on six of the most significant prime ministers of the last 50 years, journalist Steve Richards looks at the leadership of Gordon Brown. 
03:05BOOKtalk Mark D'Arcy in discussion with John Boughton about his book, Municipal Dreams The Rise and Fall of Council Housing. 
03:20Briefing - 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. 
03:40Welsh Assembly Cabinet secretary for health and social services Vaughan Gething making a statement to the Welsh Assembly on Brexit risks to health and social care in Wales, from Tuesday 26 June. 
04:25Briefings - Tony Blair Former prime minister Tony Blair delivering a speech 'In Defence of Globalisation' at Chatham House, London, from Wednesday 27 June. 
05:30European Parliament The debate in the European Parliament in Strasbourg looking forward to the six months of the Austrian presidency of the European Union, from Tuesday 3 July.