Annual event to raise money for children in hospital.
Mark Selwood writes of a local sporting success.
Richard Lutz poses the big question as he delves into the listings and finds the TV film of the week.
More top-line jazz for next weekend.
Police presence means safer festive city centre shopping.
Launch of prestigious challenge to city’s young businesspeople.
There’s a few shows coming up at the Robin 2 worth looking out for.
More expected to take industrial action next week.
Exchange programme helps raise awareness.
Council leaders call for greater devolved powers.
Six principles to create a better Birmingham for the city’s young people have been unveiled today.
Addition for orchestra.
Birmingham’s out-of-city shopping park invites students to perform festive showcase.
Food and much more at Saturday fair.
Richard Lutz takes a seat for that juggernaut of an opera, Carmen
Foodbank looking for help with collecting at Tesco stores.
Brindleyplace launches Big Selfie competition.
Incurable optimist Terry Wills on Albion and England.
Government has “taken insufficient action” to improve air quality.
We talk to Hazel O’Connor about fame and what comes next.
Business District launches its festive programme.
Dates announced for award-winning production.
Eat, drink and buy presents.
Villa Park matches will bring major investment to Birmingham.
Dave Woodhall with a reminder of an important event in the city’s history.
Andy Goff and some of his relatives joined a large crowd to watch the official opening of a WWI arboretum.
Birmingham Made Me set to once more highlight the city’s success stories.
The Library of Birmingham may be attracting both praise and visitors but Alan Clawley remains unconvinced.
More jazz for the weekend.
Birmingham premiere for anti-violence dance piece.