Richard Lutz dives deep to find the movie of the week in the TV listings.
Did you enjoy Black Friday? Dave Woodhall certainly didn’t.
Art gallery celebrates climax of anniversary year.
Blame lies with increased burden on A&E – MP.
Pre-Christmas performance of marriage tragedy.
Food collections set up at pubs.
Improved service follows successful launch.
Day-long event to feature guests from across Europe.
Four-legged festive celebrations.
Sir Howard Elston (DOA), diplomatic editor of this fairly unique website, gives us a larf’n a harf with word funtime.
Design aims to monitor driver mood and energy levels.
CBSO musicians to perform for visitors.
Theatre support centre opens in Digbeth.
Enforcement notices curb bad parking by motorists claim.
Volunteer month sends workers back to the land.
Lovers of good time music should head over to the Robin.
Fortieth anniversary will see James MacMillan’s Passion performed.
Another record broken at BHX.
Terry Wills on Albion’s week.
Generosity of Birmingham people praised.
Hugh Cornwell and Hazel O’Connor. Two songwriters, two ways to treat a back catalogue.
It is not yet winter. But autumn has passed, says Richard Lutz
Dave Woodhall is still unimpressed with Paul Lambert’s Villa.
Paramedic Tom Waters on going to Sierra Leone.
More family festive festivities.
Rachel Watts looks forward to a night of popular entertainment in Wolverhampton.
King’s Heath Walk of Fame latest.
Festive craft fair, candle-lit carols and stories with Santa.
Andy Munro watches Blues win at Rotherham.
City firm to be part of major social housing renovation.