Spreading safety message at workplaces and schools.
Tom Bennett brings us up to date with a step back in time for computer gamers.
BBC presenter Michael Buerk took his presentation skills back to his roots for Solihull School’s first Big Debate.
Terry Wills talks briefly about Albion, and at length about England.
Countywide World War One commemorations planned for Worcestershire.
Martin Longley appreciated an early chance to catch alternative rock-jazz supergroup Monocled Man.
Commissioned to commemorate the great and good of Castle Vale, The Last Leaf is a permanent statue being built on the north Birmingham estate.
“It is just not worth taking the risk.”
An unlikely combination comes together to celebrate a bygone age.
Innovative new programmes to be launched in the West Midlands.
Promotions and new arrivals.
Organisers of the Brindleyplace Film Festival have revealed the schedule – as voted for by members of the public.
Opportunity for businesses to access investment capital.
26 year old Veronika Klirová to join City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.
In a rare double-header, trumpeter Wynton Marsalis played Symphony Hall and the Spotted Dog on the same night. Martin Longley was on his trail.
Birmingham will be at the heart of the UK’s biggest free community music festival in July with nine events taking place in the city as part of Our Big Gig.
Aim to increase interest in the game amongst young people.
Top honour for Rep leading man.
Open day to be held for potential apprentices.
Children from Oasis Academy Hobmoor, Yardley have joined with digital-dance company Mercurial Arts, a choreographer and digital artist to create a new dance performance for their community.
Dream job for tennis fan.
Hundreds tackle forest walk for charity.
Howard Elston, our man in Rio with the rum cocktail and the ringside seat at the nude beach volleyball finals, splashes a new twist on the Luis Suarez biting incident
Birmingham events to celebrate city’s musical heritage.
From the Black Country to the rainforests.
Terry Wills is left spellbound by a display from the Orient.
Martin Longley heard Horace Silver, Duke Ellington, Herbie Hancock and Louis Armstrong tunes mingled together in an unusual jazz combination.
Richard Lutz watches England sadly head home from Brazil but feels American interest rising in The Beautiful Game
To his surprise, Martin Longley found himself in a dance school over the weekend.
Low carbon start-ups enrol onto Innovation Birmingham’s European-funded incubation programme.