This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC Parliament on Monday, August 1 2016

05:55Northern Ireland Assembly... ...Questions. Recorded coverage of questions to the Executive Office in the Northern Ireland Assembly from Monday 27 June. 
06:40Speaker's House: Michael Foot... ...lecture. Nick Thomas-Symonds MP delivers a lecture on Michael Foot, leader of the Labour party between 1980 and 1983, in Speaker's House, from Monday 11 July. 
07:20Briefings - Chilcot Report Recorded coverage of the statement made by Sir John Chilcot on the publication of his inquiry's report into the 2003 invasion of Iraq, from Wednesday 6 July. 
07:50Briefings - Iraq Families Recorded coverage of the news conference held by the families of military personnel killed in the second Iraq war following the publication of the Chilcot report, from Wednesday 6 July. 
08:10Briefings - Tony Blair Recorded coverage of the news conference held by former prime minister Tony Blair in response to the publication of the Chilcot Report into the Iraq War, from Wednesday 6 July. 
09:00House of Commons - Chilcot Report Recorded highlights of the debate in the house of Commons on the Chilcot Report into the 2003 invasion of Iraq, from Wednesday 13 July and Thursday 14 July. 
11:00Conversations - Lord Carrington Sean Curran talks to former foreign secretary Lord Carrington about his life and times. 
11:30Westminster in Review A review of the highlights of the last three months at Westminster, presented by Keith Macdougall. [S] 
12:30The Long Goodbye? How might Brexit work its way through Whitehall and parliament? Alicia McCarthy hears from a panel of experts. 
13:00BOOKtalk - Michael McManus Mark D'Arcy talks to author Michael McManus about his book Edward Heath A Singular Man. 
13:20Scottish 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. 
14:15Financial Stability Committee Recorded coverage of the Treasury select committee session on the Bank of England's Financial Stability Report for July 2016, from Tuesday 12 July. 
16:40Welsh First Minister's Questions Recorded coverage of questions in the Welsh Assembly to the first minister, Carwyn Jones, from Tuesday 12 July. 
17:30Britain and the EU Recorded coverage of an event hosted by Chatham House asking, 'What now for Britain and the EU?' From Monday 27 June. 
18:25Briefings - Cameron and May Recorded coverage of the speeches made by the outgoing prime minister, David Cameron, and the new prime minister, Theresa May, at Downing Street, from Wednesday 13 July. 
19:00BOOKtalk - Lord Donoughue Mark D'Arcy talks to Lord Donoughue about the latest volume of his memoirs Westminster Diary A Reluctant Minister Under Tony Blair. 
19:20Westminster Hall - Term-time... ...Holidays. Recorded coverage of proceedings held in Westminster Hall on the e-petition on fines for parents who take their children on holidays during school term times, from Monday 11 June. 
21:00Steel Industry Committee Recorded coverage of a Joint Committee session on EU-wide actions to address the steel crisis and the implications for the UK steel industry following Brexit, from 6 July. 
22:25Lords - 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. 
00:25BOOKtalk 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. 
00:40Briefings - 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. 
01:25Rail Passenger Experience... ...Committee. Recorded coverage of the transport select committee session with the new transport minister Paul Maynard and senior department officials, from Wednesday 20 July. 
02:40Conversations - Lord Kinnock Sean Curran talks to former Labour party leader Neil Kinnock about his life and political career. 
03:25Ireland - 1916 and Beyond: The... ...Somme. Jeffrey Donaldson MP, Andrew Murrison MP and Dr Catriona Pennell speak about the significance of the battle of the Somme in an event at the Irish Embassy in London on Tuesday 14 June. 
04:15BOOKtalk - Damian Collins Mark D'Arcy talks to Conservative MP Damian Collins about his book on his constituency predecessor Charmed Life The Phenomenal World of Philip Sassoon. 
04:35House of Commons - Trident Recorded coverage of the full debate in the House of Commons on the renewal of Trident, the UK's continually-at-sea nuclear deterrent, from Monday 18 July.