Dave Woodhall on Villa’s week; losses, walkouts and grand farewells.
I reveal why I like gardening and I find a windmill. Plus there is a gym I duck into, says Richard Lutz.
Dave Woodhall talks to legendary bass player Peter Hook.
Richard Lutz takes to the Athenian woods to watch Shakespeare’s comedy of magic and love.
If not Trump, just who is the US dangerman who would have the finger on the button, asks Richard Lutz.
Public invited to rail consultation event.
Chance to explore the early days of world-famous Birmingham name.
Bank announced as partner in Innovation Birmingham iCentrum® incubator.
Miss Macaroon marks birthday with millionth macaroon and 100 new jobs plan.
World Festival of Theatre for Children and Young People Ccmes to Birmingham.
Cycle event to raise funds for hospice.
The death of former Birmingham City manager Freddie Goodwin was announced this week. Steve Beauchampé reminisces.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for Birmingham Royal Ballet’s production of a timeless story.
Internationally-acclaimed dancer/choreographers Akram Khan and Shobana Jeyasingh to deliver keynote speeches.
Andy Munro on Blues’ midweek win over Bolton.
City nightspot dance event will benefit homeless charity.
Festival to highlight city’s creative talent.
Extra funding will enable the roll out of services across North America, Europe and Australia Pacific.
Byrne wins bid for 3,000 jobs at Washwood Heath.
Game developers helped by start-up advisers.
The Left’s arguments for remaining in the EU are anathema to David Cameron and George Osborne. So go make them, urges Steve Beauchampé.
Terry Wills on an unhappy day for the Albion.
Museum to honour philanthropist’s work.
Plan agreed for inner-city brownfield regeneration.
Sir Howard Elston, scourge of the left and nemesis of the right, with another exclusive from the extreme centre.
Fans of the blues will be well catered for at the Robin 2 over the next week.
Legendary soul singer to appear at the Drum.
Vanti wins international award at InAVation Awards 2016.
Recognition for helping young people engage in creativity.
Seven days of boneheads, old soldiers, new cars and… change, Richard Lutz finds.