Award-winning comic Chris Ramsey on growing up gradually.
Be alert to deadly illness.
Appeal for help with book publication.
Fashion event helps boost Birmingham Weekender.
Further anniversary celebration for BRB.
Dave Woodhall talks to Billy Mitchell, front man with folk rock icons Lindisfarne, about his current tour.
Brindleyplace achieves record footfall on a single day.
Comedy, theatre and a strange take on science.
Good Morning Britain reporter to tackle Great Birmingham Run.
Dave Woodhall on another defeat for Villa.
Hundreds of thousands of people flock to Birmingham for the city’s biggest weekend of arts, shopping, food and sport.
Andy Munro witnesses Blues at home to Rotherham.
David Cameron has no credibility when it comes to Syria or Middle Eastern politics in general says Steve Beauchampé.
Richard Lutz offers you the lowdown on the best movie on the flatscreen this week. And a warning: it’s creepy.
Opening marks £35 million investment and retailer’s largest new shop in four years.
“Mobile mini headquarters” unveiled.
Birmingham community projects scoop share of £18,000 fund.
Chosen to play the young Richard Hammond.
Richard Lutz takes a seat for that most patriotic of Shakespeare plays .
Terry Wills looks back on a mixed week for Albion.
Simon Hale enjoys a trip Stateside.
Mailbox climax to nationwide exhibition.
Andy Munro gives a Blue version of the Second City derby.
Dave Woodhall on events at Villa Park.
New store to launch fashion event.
Chef creates treat for runners.
At risk groups urged to book a flu jab.
Sky is the limit as firm boosts cloud services with funding help.
Public transport network ready for Birmingham’s big weekend of arts, music and sport.
Richard Lutz salutes the passing of a baseball star who died today and who was beloved by all New Yorkers.