Brian Donaldson talks to comic Jeremy Hardy.
City-wide festival set to mark worldwide commemoration.
Response to city council’s proposal for clean air zone.
Passenger groups given preview of rail company investment.
Leading UK contractor brings volunteer programme to Birmingham.
Parlez Vous brings links with the Lions.
Aesthetics in Solihull are winners.
SoundWaves Music Competition this Saturday.
Two weeks to go until Sutton Park extravaganza.
Leamington date for legendary songwriter.
Lancaster flies in for Armed Forces Day celebrations.
Call to reverse decision to hand collection to the British Library.
Aspiring teachers encouraged to attend Birmingham’s Train to Teach roadshow.
Same time, same place at the weekend.
Hospital charity launches summer family fundraiser.
College opens doors to home-schooled students.
Simon Hale is entranced by French band Nouvelle Vague at Birmingham Town Hall.
Ivory Wave join the line-up for Shiiine On: Birmingham.
Adam Black writes about how his life was changed.
Candidate Source supports Three Peaks Challenge.
Million pound gift from local businessman will improve students’ musical education.
TV presenter Des Coleman opens up at Birmingham Press Club.
New and experimental music concludes Part One of Conservatoire’s Opening Festival.
The Bard’s complete works are coming to the Old Rep.
Treat your dad this Father’s Day.
Richard Lutz on the continuing story of the Moseley/Kings Heath rail link.
Benefits for passengers the target through Chiltern Railways, TfWM and West Midlands Rail partnership deal.
Charity offers up to £5,000 for information on whereabouts of Ronan Blake.
Elementary production takes to the stage.
Casting agency offers a taste of the big screen.
Yarningham, Birmingham’s fibre festival returns.