The Parliament Podcast Channel
Summary: On this channel it will be possible to listen to a range of topics covering the work of Parliament. This channel includes interviews with Members of the Houses of Parliament and other experts on issues related to the work of Parliament. You can also find recordings about the history of Parliament including tours of the parliamentary estate.
In this podcast Mike Greenwood talks to Professor Miles Taylor about the parliamentary career of Gladstone.
In this podcast, Chandy Nath and Sarah Bunn from the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST) discuss what a counterfeit medicine is, the risks they pose and how the government and industry are working to tackle this problem.
Lord Soley turns the tables on Nick Robinson, the BBC's political correspondent, quizzing him on the impact of 24-hour media on politics, parliamentarians and the public's perception of Parliament.
Hear about the prospects of regenerative medicine from a range of experts who attended a seminar organised by the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology.
What's the significance of the State Opening of Parliament? Key players involved explain the purpose of the ceremony and the Queen's Speech and talk about what happens after the event.
In this recording we hear from Young MPs, Andy Hamflett Chief Executive of UK Youth Parliament, MPs and the Speaker, John Bercow about the events on the day and what they mean to young people and Parliament.
In this podcast we listen to Mari Takayanagi from the Parliamentary Archives talk about what the archives has to offer on-line and in the Victoria Tower at the Houses of Parliament.
In this podcast we listen to experts from the History of Parliament Trust talk about the 1689 Bill of Rights.
In this podcast we listen to experts from the History of Parliament Trust and Parliamentary Archives talk about the trial and execution of Charles I.
In this podcast we listen to volunteers and experts from the National Young Volunteers Service talking about their Voicebox project a modern day twist on writing to your MP.
This podcast looks at events surrounding the fire of 1834 that destroyed much of the original Parliament buildings.
Looking at the "dual-use dimemma" faced by scientists.
Interviews with archivists, curators, police and MPs about the actions of Suffragettes and Suffragists in Parliament.
Jude Crocker, from Parliament's Web Team, speaks to the curator and contributors to the People and Parliament: Connecting with Communities.
Becky Fawcett, from Parliamentary Outreach, talks to the artist Rachel Gadsden about the Breaking Barriers project.