As British Politics enters a critical week, John Pienaar talks Brexit with guests including: Brexit Minister Kwasi Kwarteng; Labour’s Richard Burgon; Conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith and actor Edddie Marson.
John Pienaar is joined by Conservative Party Chairman Brandon Lewis and Shadow Brexit Minister Jenny Chapman to discuss the week in politics and the latest ahead of Parliament's debate on the Brexit deal.
John Pienaar is live from Brussels from the EU Council Summit. His guests include Chief Secretary to the Treasury Liz Truss, Labour’s shadow cabinet office minister Jon Trickett, and Nigel Dodds deputy leader of the DUP.
Deputy Political Editor John Pienaar with political discussion following a historic week in Brexit negotiations and Parliament. David Wooding (The Sun on Sunday) and Jessica Elgot (The Guardian) are the pundits with their reaction to this week's events. And Drillminister joins us with a preview of his new Brexit track.
John Pienaar is joined by Andrea Leadsom, Johnny Mercer and Nia Griffiths ahead of the Centenary Armistice People's Procession taking place at The Cenotaph in Whitehall.
Followed by live coverage of today's Armistice Day commemorations at Cenotaph marking 100 years since the end of the First World War.
Vicki Young sits in and talks post budget fall-out with Health Minister Steve Brine and Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell.
The future of school funding is on the agenda with Education Select Committee Chair Robert Halfon and Vicki talks to former Home Secretary Jacqui Smith about one hundred years of women being able to stand for Parliament.
Plus comedian Hal Cruttenden drops in to give his take on the week's political action. Download the BBC Sounds app for all the juiciest insider gossip of Britain leaving the EU in Brexitcast.
John Pienaar quizzes DWP minister Alok Sharma, Shadow International Trade Secretary Barry Gardiner and member of European Parliament Brexit Steering Group Danuta Huebner. Plus on today's panel, journalists Jason Groves, Ellie Mae O’Hagan and Katherine Forster. Get the latest Brexit gossip in Brexitcast: bbc.co.uk/podcasts/5live
John Pienaar shares his political observations from the week and interviews foreign office minister Alan Duncan, SNP deputy leader Keith Brown and Labour’s shadow chief secretary to the treasury Peter Dowd. Plus on today's panel: Laura Hughes from the Financial Times and comedian, Andy Hamilton.
Deputy Political Editor John Pienaar is live from the Liberal Democrat conference in Brighton. Guests this week include: Brexit minister Chris Heaton-Harris, Lib Dem Deputy Leader Jo Swinson, Shadow Business Secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey, Alastair Campbell, and the Levellers. Plus Lynn Davidson from The Sun and Jessica Elgot from The Guardian.
Deputy Political Editor John Pienaar shares his political observations, with guests including Head Of The CBI Carolyn Fairbairn; Justice Minister Edward Argar; Shadow Communities and Local Government Secretary Andrew Gwynne; Manuel Cortes, General Secretary of the TSSA; and George Freeman MP.
In the last show before the summer break, John Pienaar discusses the EU's response to Theresa May's Brexit plan and splits within the Conservative party on the issue with Cabinet Office minister Chloe Smith and former party leader Iain Duncan Smith. Also on the show are Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable and former Labour leadership candidate Liz Kendall. With expert analysis through from the Financial Times' Sebastian Payne and former Labour Party adviser Ayesha Hazarika.
John Pienaar talks to Conservative Party Deputy Chairman James Cleverly, former education Secretary Justine Greening and the Chairman of the Brexit Select Committee Hilary Benn about the government's latest Brexit proposals. Also on the show are Conservative backbenchers John Redwood and Andrew Bridgen and Labour's Shadow Brexit Minister Jenny Chapman. The studio panel are Katy Balls from the Spectator, Kevin Schofield from PoliticsHome and the comedian Andrew Maxwell.
John Pienaar interviews LGBT campaigner Peter Tatchell about being arrested in Russia. Plus comedian Matt Forde, former ambassador, Sir Christopher Meyer, Labour's Barry Gardiner and Conservative, Alex Chalk.
John Pienaar interviews Tony Robinson about Brexit and the campaign for a referendum on the final deal and health minister Steve Brine about the government's latest plans for tackling childhood obesity. Lord Digby Jones and Shadow Business Secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey discuss Brexit and business and former Conservative party chairman Grant Shapps is on the grill for backbencher's questions. On the panel are Katie Perrior, former director of communications for Theresa May, and the political editor of the Financial Times George Parker.