This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC Parliament on Sunday, September 4 2016

05:25Ofsted Committee Recorded coverage of the education select committee session on the work of Ofsted, with evidence from the outgoing chief inspector of Ofsted, Michael Wilshaw, from Wednesday 20 July. 
06:25BOOKtalk Mark D'Arcy talks to Labour MP Rupa Huq and anthropologist Tom Henri about their book Reading the Riot Act Reflections on the 2011 Urban Disorders in England. 
06:40Briefings - Northern Ireland Recorded coverage of Theresa May, Arlene Foster and Martin McGuinness, following talks on the result of the referendum on the UK's membership of the EU, from Monday 25 July. 
06:55Briefings - Boris Johnson and... ...John Kerry. Recorded coverage of the news conference held with foreign secretary Boris Johnson and US secretary of state John Kerry, from Tuesday 19 July. 
07:40Supreme Court - Named Persons Recorded coverage of the supreme court's judgment on the Scottish government's "Named Persons" scheme, from Thursday 28 July. 
07:50The Long Goodbye? How might Brexit work its way through Whitehall and parliament? Alicia McCarthy hears from a panel of experts. 
08:20Westminster in Review A review of the highlights of the last three months at Westminster, presented by Keith Macdougall. [S] 
09:20Prime Minister's Questions Coverage of questions in the House of Commons to the prime minister Theresa May from Wednesday 20 July. 
10:00Republican National Convention... ...2016 - Donald Trump. Donald Trump addressing the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, from 21 July. 
11:15Briefings - The Queen at 90 Professor Vernon Bogdanor delivers a lecture analysing the Queen's changing roles as head of state, head of the nation and head of the Commonwealth, from Monday 18 April. 
12:00America This Week Highlights of the week in US politics from C-SPAN. 
13:00Washington Journal C-SPAN's White House correspondent Steve Scully interviews leading figures on the American political scene and takes viewers' calls. 
15:00Democratic National Convention... ...2016. Recorded coverage from C-SPAN of the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, from Thursday 28 July, including the keynote address from Hillary Clinton. 
16:05Britain's Vote In The EU... ...Referendum. Recorded coverage of 'Britain's European Vote: The outcome and implications of the UK referendum on EU membership' with a panel of academics in Europe House, from Thursday 30 June. 
17:15BOOKtalk Mark D'Arcy talks to former Labour minister Nick Raynsford about his new book Substance Not Spin An Insider's View of Success and Failure in Government. 
17:35The Edward Heath Memorial Lecture Lord Heseltine delivers a lecture entitled The Heath Government in Retrospect Memories of the Seventies and Lessons for Today. From Thursday 21 July. 
18:25Briefings - Kenny and Hollande Recorded coverage of the joint news conference held by Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny and French President Francois Hollande on the process for the UK to leave the European Union, from Thursday 21 July. 
19:00The Andrew Marr Show Andrew Marr interviews key newsmakers and shines a light on what is happening in the world. [S] 
20:00Speaker's House: Sir Anthony... ...Eden Lecture. Lord Lexden delivers a lecture on Sir Anthony Eden, prime minister between 1955 and 1957, in the Speaker's House, from Tuesday 10 May. 
20:45Workplace Dress Codes Committee Recorded coverage of the Petitions Committee's session on high heels and workplace dress codes, from Tuesday 28 June. 
22:10BOOKtalk Mark D'Arcy talks to Richard Aldrich and Rory Cormac about their new book The Black Door, on the relationships between prime ministers and the intelligence agencies. 
22:35Labour Leadership - Jeremy Corbyn Recorded coverage of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn launching his campaign to remain party leader, from Thursday 21 July. 
22:50Labour Leadership - Owen Smith Recorded coverage of Labour MP Owen Smith launching his campaign to become leader of the Labour Party, from Sunday 17 July. 
23:10Scottish First Minister's... ...Questions. Recorded coverage of questions in the Scottish parliament to first minister Nicola Sturgeon from Thursday 30 June. 
23:55BBC White Paper Committee Recorded coverage of the Culture, Media and Sport Committee's session on the BBC White Paper with evidence from BBC Trust chairman Rona Fairhead, from Wednesday 6 July. 
01:50Northern Ireland Assembly... ...Questions. Recorded coverage of questions to the Executive Office in the Northern Ireland Assembly from Monday 27 June. 
02:35The Long Goodbye? How might Brexit work its way through Whitehall and parliament? Alicia McCarthy hears from a panel of experts. 
03:05Briefings - Ed Miliband Recorded coverage of former Labour party leader Ed Miliband giving the Tony Benn memorial lecture on the topic of The UK after Brexit, from Monday 18 July. 
03:40Lords - EU Referendum Recorded highlights of the debate in the House of Lords on the decision in the referendum for the UK to leave the European Union, from Tuesday 5 July and Wednesday 6 July. 
05:45Scottish Parliament - EU... ...Referendum. Recorded coverage of the statement in the Scottish Parliament by first minister Nicola Sturgeon on the outcome of the referendum on the UK's membership of the EU, from 28 June.