Some you’ve heard of, some you haven’t….
There’s something about Karren…. Steve Beauchampé detects a pattern.
It is now distinctly likely that Birmingham City will be relegated from the Premier League next Sunday.
So, this is what it has come to…
Politician David Laws deceived us, the taxpayer, out of tens of thousands of pounds to hide the fact that he has a male partner.
Wolverhampton on the Fringe: Comedians on way to Edinburgh Fringe stop off for unique hilarious season at Light House
The latest from the city centre’s premier venues includes a return for one of Birmingham’s finest performers.
Birmingham blogger Andy Mabbett is in search of a piece of Victorian ironwork that once served as a urinal the city.
Dave Woodhall reports from the frontline of the great musical crusade.
Alan Clawley has been asking searching questions and receiving some confusing answers on the redevelopment of Birmingham’s Paradise Forum.
Wacky theatre or what? A cunning marketing ploy or just something different in your lounge?
Coventry’s longest running music night set to host its final ever event.
Another incredible eye-popping smash exclusive by our entertainment editor Howard Elston….
“If NATO continues operations in Libya after June 24, a possible Norwegian contribution will be different and less comprehensive than the current one,”
The Department of Health has been criticised for the “extremely troubling” way it failed to produce potentially crucial documents
Fancy a career in the music industry? Need advice on how to get there and what qualifications you’ll need?
Pool2 of Moseley Road baths has been closed since Christmas so that the lintel above the fire exit door in this pool can be repaired.
One of Britain’s leading charities, Oxfam, has warned that Afghan security forces are not ready to take over the responsibility
Terry Wills witnesses an Albion performance bordering on schizophrenic.
Examples of Leonardo da Vinci’s work will be on show in Birmingham next year.
A robot-themed activity day will be taking place at The Public in West Bromwich on Saturday 28 May
Following last week’s elections and the referendum on AV, Steve Beauchampé takes the political temperature.
Reports of Halesowen Town’s demise have thankfully, been greatly exaggerated,
Three journalists who have risked their lives covering the news have been named the International Women’s Media Foundation’s 2011 Courage in Journalism Award winners.
Not much but what there is looks interesting, is the answer.
If it’s no-nonsense rocking you want this week, you may as well take up residence in Bilston.
Richard Lutz laments the supine decision to allow the former Rover bosses to walk away from a disaster they created
Deaffest 2011 returns with a packed programme of international films and networking opportunities for Deaf filmmakers
We had a look around Symphony Hall and Birmingham Town Hall recently, and came across a few surprises.
Dave Woodhall was at Villa Park on Saturday to witness a moment of drama. Plus a football match.
Pleased to see the end of OBL yet appalled at the behaviour of her compatriots, Jeannie Shapiro brings us an American’s perspective.