WPR: Beyond Westminster 06 Aug 11 Aug. 6, 2011
Police commissioners: Anita Anand examines the government's proposal to have single elected figures to hold the police to account in England and Wales.
WPR: Beyond Westminster 30 Jul 2011 July 30, 2011
Can campaigners exert too much power with modern techniques? David Grossman looks at how they try to influence government and corporations.
WPR: Week in Westminster 23 July 11 July 23, 2011
A look back on a turbulent political year with George Parker of The Financial Times.
WPR: Week in Westminster 16 July 11 July 16, 2011
In his last programme as presenter, Peter Riddell asks how well Parliament is dealing with the phone-hacking scandal
WPR: Week in Westminster 09 July 11 July 9, 2011
Elinor Goodman looks at the political fallout from the News International scandal.
WPR: Week in Westminster 02 July 11 July 2, 2011
Jackie Ashley of the Guardian on the public sector workers' strike and Labour's response to it, the Big Society and Tory backbench MP's loyalty.
WPR: Week in Westminster 25 Jun 11 June 25, 2011
Benedict Brogan, deputy editor of The Daily Telegraph, on signs that traditions and conventions in the political world are changing.
WPR: Week in Westminster 18 Jun 11 June 18, 2011
Steve Richards looks at Ed Miliband's performance as leader of the opposition, the battle over the direction of the economy and - how political is Bob Dylan?
WPR: Week in Westminster 11 June 11 June 11, 2011
Peter Riddle discusses all the major headlines the Government has faced this week: Health, the economy and care for the elderly. Plus a look into the workload of a new mp.
WPR: Beyond Westminster 04 Jun 11 June 4, 2011
The May 2011 elections in Scotland produced an historic landslide for the Scottish National Party. Michael Buchanan travels back to his native Barra in the Outer Hebrides to find out why the SNP did so well and traces their campaigning strategy from the doorsteps of Barra to Holyrood.
WPR: Week in Westminster 28 May 11 May 28, 2011
Peter Oborne on the rule of law and bail-outs for the Eurozone.
WPR: Week in Westminster 21 May 11 May 21, 2011
Lord Heseltine tells David Cameron to stand firm on plans for the NHS, plus Lords reform and live blogging.
WPR: Week in Westminster 14 May 11 May 14, 2011
NHS reform, Scottish independence, the fixed-term parliaments bill - and David Cameron as Flashman: hero or villain?
WPR: Week in Westminster May 07 11 May 7, 2011
The Lib Dems' President, Tim Farron, says it would be spineless to ditch Nick Clegg as leader after their drubbing at the polls.
WPR: Beyond Westminster 30 Apr 11 April 30, 2011
John Kampfner examines what the coalition's new proposals for planning decisions mean for 'localism'
WPR: Beyond Westminster 23 April 11 April 23, 2011
Mary Ann Sieghart asks if the coalition's foreign and defence policies are contradictory.
WPR: Beyond Westminster 16 Apr 11: Devolution April 16, 2011
Sheena McDonald takes stock of more than a decade of Scottish and Welsh devolution and discusses its impact on the UK as a whole.
WPR: Week in Westminster 9 Apr 11 April 9, 2011
A pause in the health reforms; a eurosceptic on the eurozone; the darker side of football; and a change to the voting system
WPR: Week in Westminster 2 Apr 11 April 2, 2011
How much clout do the Lib Dems have in the Coalition, does Michael Gove deserve all the flak he gets, and Betty Boothroyd on fixed-term parliaments. Presented by Steve Richards of the Independent.
WPR: Week in Westminster 26 Mar 11 March 26, 2011
The revolution in Libya - a speedy end or stalemate?