Gig Review: David Byrne/St. Vincent, Symphony Hall, Wednesday, August 28th 2013. The former Talking Head brings his latest project to Birmingham. Steve Beauchampé reports.
Former pupil speaks of dangers of homophobia in schools.
News of a new production at Birmingham Rep.
Following on from a story we published recently we have received this letter, which is reproduced unedited.
RAF Museum announces star attractions.
CPS employees set up taxi scam to defraud the public purse.
Trott and Purnell go Head 2 Head for BUPA Great Birmingham Run.
HOWARD ELSTON, our international editor, interviews President Barack Obama about Britain’s decision not to bomb
Terry Wills on news from the Hawthorns.
The RAF museum at Cosford is asking for help with a forthcoming project.
RICHARD LUTZ explains why today-29th Aug- may be a good day for you and could mean money in your pocket.
Olympic dancers are headed for Bournville.
Dave Woodhall’s view of the new Library of Birmingham.
Jean Brant, Senior Lecturer in the School of Health and Wellbeing at the University of Wolverhampton, on a worrying trend.
Artists invited to apply for residency programme. Coventry School of Art and Design is offering practising artists free access to its studio spaces and facilities as part of a national residency programme. Artists Access to Art Colleges (AA2A) is a nationwide scheme run in conjunction with art colleges across the country in which the participating…
Innovative collaboration for local attraction.
Lecturer to give talk on Home Guard battalion.
Scrapping would be “the grandest folly of all.”
Terry Wills reports on the latest production of the musical Annie.
The ‘real’ Brummie family have been unveiled.
New stuff, older stuff and the godfather of tributes.
As the all important transfer window shuts, our diplomatic editor SIR HOWARD ELSTON (DOA), gives us the inside dope on a political spending spree that’ll see new faces on both sides of the Commons this coming autumn
Another addition to the region’s burgeoning cultural scene.
Dave Woodhall on the week at Villa Park.
RICHARD LUTZ sees it’s all War, War and more War on the tv movie list this week. But what kind of war film is another matter.
Andy Munro on Blues’ defeat at Leicester.
The Birmingham Press has experienced some tech issues over the last 10 days.
Opportunity to question Sandwell police.
If you’ve ever had to search for a taxi number you’ll be interested in this new development.
RICHARD LUTZ takes a brisk canter through the tv listings to find the best films on the box.