Simon Hale is impressed by the CBSO’s new arrival.
A celebration of the city’s film heritage.
From New Labour to new leftie, who does Owen Smith think he’s kidding asks Steve Beauchampé?
Sir Howard Elston, confidante to world leaders, answers your pressing questions of the day…for no fee!!!!!!
Dave Woodhall watches Villa, sees history repeat itself.
The must-watch movie on the crystal flatscreen parked in the corner of your living room this week? There’s no second guessing, says Richard Lutz
Andy Munro watches Blues upset the form book.
One year on: The Old Rep celebrates first anniversary since bold re-launch.
Sir Howard Elston, our beachwear correspondent, files his report from a St Tropez jail cell after been arrested by Froggie cops.
Prom date prize for top orchestra.
New app allows gamers to fly around iconic Birmingham locations.
River Festival to celebrate 30 years of World Heritage Site.
Stuck for something to do? Here’s an idea.
200 entries received for Midlands media honours.
Terry Wills watches Albion’s start to the season with trepidation.
Calling all Midlanders to support their local Farm Shop or Deli by voting for them as the Midlands best.
Have you a question about newspaper standards? Then this is for you.
Regional expansion helps boost travel numbers.
Sixth annual outing for arts event.
Start-ups will create sculpture for 15th birthday.
Dave Woodhall on Villa’s draw with Derby.
Blues lost the first local derby of the season to Wolves on Saturday. Andy Munro was a witness.
Richard Lutz reviews the past seven days.
Potential of Midlands Engine backed by PM.
Fancy a short break not too far from the madding crowd?
Andy Munro peers at Blues’ draw with Wigan.
Terry Wills on life at the Hawthorns.
Artrix Arts centre and Birmingham Rep join forces.
Keeping kids entertained before take off.
City writer returns to roots.