Richard Lutz takes in a long elegy to the Mafia life If you like mafia films, The Irishman is for you. If you dislike them, save yourself time and money. This is, simply, Martin Scorsese’s tour de force, maybe at age 77, a type of farewell. It’s firmly set in the bleached picaresque…
YMCA Birmingham at the heart of Building Better Lives programme.
Star shining bright at media awards.
Indico Street Kitchen announces Mailbox opening date.
Richard Lutz roams through another week.
Rare and unseen British TV footage to be shown at anniversary event.
Birmingham entrepreneur to back prestige ceremony.
Richard Nevin sees the conquering hero return.
Dance Hub Birmingham – a step change for dance.
Andre’a: The youth worker helping future generations step back from a life of crime.
Richard Lutz watches two plays on the same Stratford stage. But does it work?
Birmingham graduate offers advice to budding film makers.
New prospects for young Birmingham jobseekers.
Local dates for festive performance.
City’s hottest artists set to shine once more.
Richard Lutz takes a pew for a Cuban spectacle.
Scottish comic Janey Godley talks to Brian Donaldson.
Jet2 launches further services from Birmingham Airport.
UK rap queen to play intimate Birmingham show.
Villa go down 2-1 at Wolves. Dave Woodhall reflects on the day.
Blues go down at home to Fulham, with Andy Munro watching.
Richard Lutz takes in the autumn.
Dave Woodhall talks to the legendary Hugh Cornwell.
Simon Hale enjoys another Welsh National Opera performance.
New music featuring words of Greta Thunberg to receive world premiere in the city.
Richard Lutz takes his pew at the Birmingham Hippodrome.
Visiting locations across the Black Country to reach local businesses and provide support.
Have yourself a very chocolatey Christmas.
Sheilagh Matheson raises a glass or two.
Ambulance service to take over non-emergency care.
Birmingham date for promising local indie band.