This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC Parliament on Thursday, August 24 2017

05:20House of Lords - Financial... ...Guidance and Claims. Recorded coverage of business in the House of Lords from Wednesday 19 July, including statements on safety in prisons and on child refugees. 
06:20Briefings - Boris Johnson Recorded coverage of the speech by foreign secretary Boris Johnson in Australia as part of his tour on post-Brexit trade, from Thursday 27 July. 
07:20Europe's Summer of Elections -... ...Explaining Political Dynamics in France, Britain and Germany. A panel of experts analyse the implications of elections in France, the UK and Germany. 
08:45Leadership 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. 
09:15Westminster Hall: Persecution... ...of Christians. Recorded coverage of a debate in Westminster Hall on the persecution of Christians, from Tuesday 4 July. 
10:45Briefings: Elizabeth II Lecture... ...- Vernon Bogdanor. Professor Vernon Bogdanor delivers a Gresham College lecture in the Museum of London on Elizabeth II, from Tuesday 16 May. 
11:40Conversations: Shirley Williams Sean Curran talks to former senior Liberal Democrat Baroness Shirley Williams about her life and political career. 
12:30House of Commons: Passchendaele Recorded highlights of the debate in the House of Commons marking the centenary of the battle of Passchendaele, a campaign in the First World War in Belgium, from Thursday 13th July. 
14:35Stanley Baldwin and his Tory... ...Vision for Britain. Lord Lexden delivers a lecture in the Carlton Club on Conservative prime minister Stanley Baldwin to mark the 150th anniversary of his birth, from Wednesday 29 March. 
15:05Leadership 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. 
15:35Brexit and Overseas Territories... ...Committee. Recorded coverage of the House of Lords European Union select committee session on Brexit and the overseas territories, from Monday 10 July. 
17:15Prime Minister's Questions Recorded coverage of questions in the House of Commons to prime minister Theresa May, from 19 July. 
18:05Laws and Ladies Daniel Brittain is joined by Baroness Dean, Baroness Meacher, Baroness Jones and Baroness Fookes to discuss political issues in the headlines. 
18:45Supreme Court Judgement Recorded coverage of the judgement given by the Supreme Court on the case brought by Unison, against the government over the charging of fees for employment tribunals. 
18:55BOOKtalk Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Clacton MP Douglas Carswell, who is not standing in the upcoming general election, on his book Rebel How to Overthrow the Emerging Oligarchy. 
19:10Conversations: Alex Salmond Sean Curran talks to former first minister of Scotland and SNP leader Alex Salmond about his life and political career. 
20:00Lords EU Committee with David... ...Davis on Brexit. Recorded coverage of the Lords EU Committee on Brexit with evidence from secretary of state for exiting the European Union David Davis, from Tuesday 11 July. 
21:20Briefings: Referendum... ...Reflections One Year On. Recorded coverage of a panel discussion hosted by the UK in a Changing Europe initiative on the EU Referendum one year on, from Monday 19 June. 
22:20Briefings - Davis and Barnier Recorded coverage of a joint news conference in Brussels with Brexit secretary Davis Davis and the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier, following the week's Brexit talks, from Thursday 20 July. 
22:50BOOKtalk Mark D'Arcy talks to journalist and author Peter Oborne about his new book 'How Trump Thinks: His Tweets and the Birth of a New Political Language'. 
23:05Briefings - Donald Trump Recorded coverage of US President Donald Trump's speech at a rally in Ohio, from Wednesday 26th July. 
00:0550th Anniversary of the Sexual... ...Offences Act 1967. Parliamentarians past and present discuss Parliament's engagement with the decriminalisation of homosexuality and LGBT rights both before and after the 1967 Sexual Offences Act. 
01:05Scottish Parliament: Scotland's... ...Future. Recorded coverage of the statement made in the Scottish Parliament by first minister Nicola Sturgeon on Brexit and proposals for a second referendum on Scottish independence. 
01:55Leadership 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. 
02:25US Senate Intelligence... ...Committee with James Comey. Highlights from the US senate intelligence committee hearing with the former director of the FBI, James Comey, from Thursday 8 June. 
03:25Speaker's House: The Future of... ...the NHS. Sarah Wollaston MP delivers a lecture in the Speaker's House on the future of the NHS, from Tuesday 11 July. 
03:55Mayor's Question Time Recorded coverage of questions to the mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, in the London Assembly, from Thursday 10 August. 
05:25Briefings: George VI Lecture -... ...Vernon Bogdanor. Professor Vernon Bogdanor delivers a Gresham College lecture in the Museum of London on George VI, from Tuesday 25 April.