Acting legend to perform at local venue.
Dave Woodhall on Villa’s trip to Manchester.
As the CBSO currently undertakes its longest-ever European engagement, Fellowship Conductor Alpesh Chauhan presents the fourth instalment of his tour diary.
Alan Clawley is critical of Birmingham city council’s Eastside project.
Andy Munro catches Blues on an off-day.
RICHARD LUTZ directs you to the best film on the box this week.
With the CBSO currently taking part in their longest-ever European engagement, Fellowship Conductor Alpesh Chauhan presents part three of his tour diary.
Local businesses are being invited to sign up to a new charter designed by the city council to help keep Birmingham clean and green.
With the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra currently undertaking it’s longest ever European tour, Fellowship Conductor Alpesh Chauhan presents the second part of his tour diary.
The year’s festival programme will soon be commencing.
Rare and unseen films documenting Birmingham’s punk scene will be screened this weekend by Friction Arts.
The charity behind an innovative West Midlands family support programme is urging separated teenage parents to work together for the benefit of their child.
Shadow Transport minister Lilian Greenwood MP has praised Birmingham and the West Midlands for the way it is embracing the arrival of HS2.
A cocktail celebrating Birmingham’s food scene has been created as part of a campaign to mark English Tourism Week.
Andy Munro on Blues’ vital midweek win.
Photographs and talk by Pogus Caesar on behalf of Friends of Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.
With the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra currently undertaking it’s longest ever European tour, Fellowship Conductor Alpesh Chauhan presents the first part of his tour diary.
Terry Wills on a barnstorming musical at the Alex.
Terry Wills talks Albion.
Young Brummies set to learn how to change the world.
Sir Howard Elston (DOA) reports from the barricades in Henley in Arden as Bad Vlad’s tanks rumble towards the sunny lanes of Warwickshire.
Draft maps have today been published, outlining which roads are set to be covered by the city’s 20 is Plenty scheme.
Folk, blues and humour in Bromsgrove.
Birmingham-based Women in Jazz will provide artistic support and industry insight.
“Forum for discussion and exchange of ideas.”
Memorials will help provide a better understanding of war.
Brave members of the public stepped in to stop what is believed to have been a homophobic robbery attempt in Birmingham’s gay quarter overnight.
Businesses, community groups and schools are being urged to submit entries to Birmingham’s new Sustainability and Recycling Awards, which will be launched next week.
Landmark event to take place in July.
Fund raising in memory of deceased colleague.