BBC Programme Politics
'Death To America': Anti-Americanism Examined - 'Death to America': A History of Anti-Americanism
Justin Webb presents a history of anti-Americanism
'Death To America': Anti-Americanism Examined - 'Death to America': A History of Anti-Americanism - Episode 1
Justin Webb examines the origins of anti-Americanism in Europe.
'Death To America': Anti-Americanism Examined - 'Death to America': A History of Anti-Americanism - Episode 2
Justin Webb questions the view of the US as a bully.
'Death To America': Anti-Americanism Examined - 'Death to America': A History of Anti-Americanism - Episode 3
Justin Webb questions the common perception of the US as a modern day imperial power.
'The Black CNN': When Hip Hop Took Control
As Public Enemy's Fight the Power turns 21, Jazzie B explores the political side of rap.
Falklands Task Force reporter Brian Hanrahan introduces a history of the Falklands War.
Historic emergency debate in the House of Commons after the invasion of the Falklands.
16: Too Young to Vote
Documentary which attempts to find out whether 16-year-olds should be allowed to vote.
Peter Snow reflects on covering the Falklands War from London for the BBC's Newsnight.
1911 Centenary Lecture
1911 Centenary Lecture - Aneurin Bevan
Gordon Marsden MP delivers a lecture on Aneurin Bevan, from Tuesday 17 May.
1911 Centenary Lecture - David Lloyd George
Lord Morgan delivers a lecture on David Lloyd George, from Tuesday 11 January.
1911 Centenary Lecture - Enoch Powell
Lord Norton delivers a lecture on Enoch Powell, from Tuesday 14 June.
1911 Centenary Lecture - F E Smith
Sir Peter Tapsell MP delivers a lecture on F E Smith, from Tuesday 1 February.
1911 Centenary Lecture - Nancy Astor
Baroness Shirley Williams delivers a lecture on Nancy Astor, from Tuesday 29 March.
1911 Centenary Lecture - Sir Winston Churchill
Nicholas Soames MP delivers a lecture on Sir Winston Churchill, from Tuesday 26 April.
1959 General Election
David Dimbleby introduces an archive broadcast of the BBC's 1959 General Electon results.
1959: Never Had It So Good
Archive programmes depicting life and politics in 1959, including the General Election
1959: Never Had It So Good - 10/10/2009
Denis Mitchell's landmark impressionistic film on life in a northern city.
1959: Never Had It So Good - Conservative Election Broadcast
Harold Macmillan presents the Conservative Election Broadcast, from 19 September 1959.
1959: Never Had It So Good - General Election Hustings
A South London hustings from the 1959 election campaign.
1959: Never Had It So Good - Introduction
Anthony Howard introduces an evening of archive programmes depicting Britain in 1959.
1959: Never Had It So Good - Labour Election Broadcast
Anthony Wedgewood Benn presents the Labour Election Broadcast from 21 September 1959.
1959: Never Had It So Good - Panorama: Women and Politics
An edition of Panorama including an interview with the first woman MP, Lady Astor.
1959: Never Had It So Good - Press Conference - Hugh Gaitskell
1959 Labour leader Hugh Gaitskell is questioned in the studio by newspaper journalists.
1959: Never Had It So Good - Press Conference - Jo Grimond
1959 Liberal leader Jo Grimond is questioned in the studio by newspaper journalists.
1959: Never Had It So Good - Tonight
An edition of the Tonight programme with Cliff Michelmore, Alan Wicker and the team.
1959: Never Had It So Good - Who Cares? A New Way Home
A report looking at slum clearance in Birmingham.
1959: Never Had It So Good - Who Goes Home?
A 1950s prototype for Question Time, featuring Barbara Castle MP and Julian Amery MP.
1960 Labour Conference
Hugh Gaitskell's speech made at the 1960 Labour Party Conference.
1968 Olympics: Black Power Salute
A look at the moment when two athletes made a Black Power protest during the Olympics.
1968: Rivers of Blood: The Real Source
Rob Shepherd recalls Enoch Powell's 'Rivers of Blood' speech of 1968.
1987 General Election
A chance to relive the 1987 general election that returned Margaret Thatcher to power.
1989: How The Wall Fell
In a special discussion programme, Sir John Tusa explores the fall of the Berlin Wall.
1989: Simpson Returns
BBC World Affairs Editor John Simpson tells the story of 20 years of post-communist life
1989: Simpson Returns - Episode 1
John visits Leipzig and Berlin and talks to people who influenced events in 1989.
1989: Simpson Returns - Episode 2
John Simpson returns to Prague to speak to those who lived through the Velvet Revolution.
1989: Simpson Returns - Episode 3
John Simpson returns to Bucharest 20 years after the bloody overthrow of Nicolae Ceausescu