This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC Parliament on Monday, August 17 2020

05:10Future of Journalism Committee Lords Communication and Digital Committee's session on the future of journalism with evidence from DMG Media, Google and Facebook, from Tuesday 23 June. 
07:10Maiden Speeches - Amy Callaghan SNP MP for East Dunbartonshire, Amy Callaghan, making her maiden speech in the House of Commons, from Thursday 16 January. 
07:20HARDtalk Stephen Sackur interviews Halima Aden, a supermodel who challenged a host of stereotypes. She is a refugee from Somalia's civil war, she's Muslim and follows a modest dress code. 
07:45Maiden Speeches - Richard Thomson SNP MP for Gordon, Richard Thomson, making his maiden speech in the House of Commons, from Monday 20 January. 
07:55Northern Ireland Assembly -... ...Coronavirus Guideline Breaches. A debate in the Northern Ireland Assembly from Tuesday 7 July. 
09:40Maiden Speeches - Kim Johnson Labour MP for Liverpool Riverside, Kim Johnson, gives her maiden speech in the House of Commons, from Wednesday 11 March. 
09:50Brexit in Northern Ireland... ...Committee. Commons Northern Ireland Affairs Committee session on the impact of Brexit on trade and travel post-Brexit, from Thursday 18 June. 
11:50Maiden Speeches - Robert Largan Conservative MP for High Peak, Robert Largan, gives his maiden speech in the House of Commons, from Monday 23 March. 
12:00BOOKtalk Mark D'Arcy talks to journalist and broadcaster Kim Ghattas about her book Black Wave, about the rivalry that has shaped the Middle East. 
12:20Maiden Speeches - Alexander... ...Stafford. Conservative MP for Rother Valley, Alexander Stafford, gives his maiden speech in the House of Commons, from Tuesday 16 June. 
12:30House of Commons - Economy Debate Coverage of the debate in the House of Commons on the economy in light of the Summer Economic Statement Update, from Wednesday 8 July. 
16:10Maiden Speeches - James Sutherland Conservative MP for Bracknell, James Sutherland, gives his maiden speech in the House of Commons, from Monday 9 March. 
16:25Scottish Parliament - Response... ...to the Summer Economic Statement Update. Coverage of the response in the Scottish Parliament to the Summer Economic Statement update, from Thursday 9 July. 
17:10HARDtalk Stephen Sackur interviews one of the UK's best-loved and most successful actors, Brian Cox. He is currently in New York, the US city worst affected by the coronavirus pandemic. 
17:35Maiden Speeches - Darren Henry Conservative MP for Broxtowe, Darren Henry, gives his maiden speech in the House of Commons, from Thursday 26 June. 
17:45Inside Number 10 - Lord O'Donnell In the last in a series of interviews with five former cabinet secretaries, political journalist Sue Cameron talks to Lord O'Donnell. 
18:15Maiden Speeches - Claudia Webbe Labour MP for Leicester East, Claudia Webbe, gives her maiden speech in the House of Commons, from Monday 9 March. 
18:30Flooding Committee Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee session on flooding with evidence from Emma Howard Boyd, Sir James Bevan and John Curtin, from Tuesday 14 July. 
20:30Maiden Speeches - Katherine... ...Fletcher. Conservative MP for South Ribble, Katherine Fletcher, gives her maiden speech in the House of Commons, from Monday 29 June. 
20:45Westminster in Review - Facing... ...the Pandemic. A review of how Parliament has tackled the coronavirus crisis, presented by David Cornock. [S] 
21:15Maiden Speeches - Alex... ...Davies-Jones. Labour MP for Pontypridd, Alex Davies-Jones, gives her maiden speech in the House of Commons, from Wednesday 15 January. 
21:25Chief of the Defence Staff... ...Committee. MPs on the Defence Committee question Sir Nick Carter about his role as chief of the defence staff, the UK's most senior military officer, from Tuesday 7 July. 
23:25Maiden Speeches - Nadia Whittome Labour MP for Nottingham East, Nadia Whittome, making her maiden speech in the House of Commons, from Monday 10 January. 
23:35HARDtalk Stephen Sackur speaks to the best-selling author Yuval Noah Harari. What 21st-century lesson can we draw from the spread of Covid-19? 
00:00House of Commons - Medicine and... ...Medical Device Safety Statement. Statement by Nadine Dorries on the Cumberledge Review into medical safety, from 9 July. 
01:10BOOKtalk Mark D'Arcy talks to barrister and broadcaster Hashi Mohamed about his book People Like Us What it Takes to Make it in Modern Britain. 
01:30Maiden Speeches - Dave Doogan SNP MP for Angus, Dave Doogan, gives his maiden speech in the House of Commons, from Tuesday 21 January. 
01:40Met Police Committee The Home Affairs select committee session on the work of the Metropolitan Police with evidence from Dame Cressida Dick, Metropolitan Police commissioner, from Wednesday 8 July. 
03:25Maiden Speeches - Lee Anderson Conservative MP for Ashfield, Lee Anderson, gives his maiden speech in the House of Commons, from Monday 27 January. 
03:35Senedd Cymru - Welsh Parliament First minister Mark Drakeford making a statement on the Welsh government's legislative programme, from Wednesday 15 July. 
04:35Maiden Speeches - Bell... ...Ribeiro-Addy. Labour MP for Streatham, Bell Ribeiro-Addy, making her maiden speech in the House of Commons, from Thursday 30 January. 
04:50HARDtalk Stephen Sackur speaks to writer and historian Rutger Bregman. Do we humans massively underestimate our capacity to change things for the better? 
05:15Maiden Speeches - Kenny MacAskill SNP MP for East Lothian, Kenny MacAskill, gives his maiden speech in the House of Commons, from Wednesday 15 January. 
05:25Westminster in Review -... ...Parliament beyond Coronavirus. Alicia McCarthy looks back at the last parliamentary session before summer 2020's recess. [S] 
05:55Maiden Speeches - Mark Fletcher Conservative MP for Bolsover, Mark Fletcher, makes his maiden speech to the House of Commons, from Wednesday 15 January.