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TV Listings for BBC PARLIAMENT on Wednesday (23.08.2017)

06 00-06 15BOOKtalk
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'.

06 15-07 15Briefings - Donald Trump
Recorded coverage of US President Donald Trump's speech at a rally in Ohio, from Wednesday 26th July.

07 15-08 1550th 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.

08 15-09 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.

09 05-09 35Leadership 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.

09 35-10 35US 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.

10 35-11 05Speaker'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.

11 05-12 35Mayor's Question Time
Recorded coverage of questions to the mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, in the London Assembly, from Thursday 10 August.

12 35-13 30Briefings: 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.

13 30-14 20Welsh First Minister's Questions
Recorded coverage of questions in the Welsh Assembly to first minister Carwyn Jones, from Tuesday 18 July.

14 20-14 50Leadership 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.

14 50-15 25King Felipe VI of Spain Speech
King Felipe VI of Spain, on a state visit to the UK, delivers a speech to both Houses of Parliament in the Royal Gallery, from Wednesday 12 July.

15 25-15 40The Week in Parliament
Alicia McCarthy is joined by Jill Rutter, Prof Iain Begg and Prof Vernon Bogdanor.

15 40-16 00BOOKtalk
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with John Rees on his book The Leveller Revolution.

16 00-16 45Conversations - Nigel Lawson
Sean Curran invites former Conservative chancellor Nigel Lawson to reflect on his life and career.

16 45-17 30Scottish First Minister's...
...Questions. Recorded coverage of questions in the Scottish Parliament to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon from Thursday 29 June.

17 30-18 25House of Lords - Euratom
Recorded coverage of a debate on the UK government's policy on Euratom after Brexit and the cross-border transport of nuclear materials for medical use, from Thursday 20 July.

18 25-19 25US Senate Intelligence Committee
Recorded coverage of the US Senate Intelligence committee hearing with the US attorney general, Jeff Sessions, on the firing of FBI director James Comey, from Tuesday 13 June.

19 25-19 55Leadership Reflections: 6/6...
...David Cameron. In the final programme focusing on six of the most significant prime ministers of the last 50 years, journalist Steve Richards looks at the leadership of David Cameron.

19 55-20 55Briefings: Britain and Europe,...
...One Year On. Professor Vernon Bogdanor delivers a lecture on Britain and Europe, One Year On, from Wednesday 21 June.

20 55-21 25Laws and Ladies
Daniel Brittain is joined by Baroness Dean, Baroness Meacher, Baroness Jones and Baroness Fookes to discuss political issues in the headlines.

21 25-23 00Westminster Hall - State...
...Pension Age for Women. Recorded coverage of a debate on the state pension age for women, from Wednesday 5 July.

23 00-23 15BOOKtalk
One Soldier's Story of Brutal Combat.

23 15-00 05Conversations: Harriet Harman
Sean Curran talks to former deputy leader of the Labour Party Harriet Harman about her life and political career.

00 05-01 00Briefings - Michael Gove
Recorded coverage of environment secretary Michael Gove making a speech on Brexit and the environment, from Friday 21 July.

01 00-02 10Lords External Affairs Committee
Recorded coverage of the Lords European Union External Affairs select committee on the EU's common foreign and security policy after Brexit, from Thursday 6 July.

02 10-03 35European Parliament: Maltese...
...Presidency. Recorded coverage of a debate looking back at the six months of the Maltese presidency of the European Council, with Jean-Claude Juncker, from Tuesday 4 July.

03 35-04 05Leadership Reflections: 1/6...
...Harold Wilson. In the first programme focusing on six of the most significant prime ministers of the last 50 years, political journalist Steve Richards looks at the leadership of Harold Wilson.

04 05-05 05Welsh Assembly
Recorded coverage of assembly members debating the UK government's EU (Withdrawal) Bill, from Tuesday 18 July.

05 05-05 20BOOKtalk
Why Britain Voted to Leave the European Union.

05 20-06 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.