Richard Lutz finds the toughest TV film of the week on his 90″ flatscreen.
Kvitova and Rybarikova play for history in Birmingham.
There’s more from Birmingham Jazz this week.
Simon Hale enjoys the latest Birmingham Royal Ballet production at the Hippodrome.
Scheme to help disadvantaged into work given the go-ahead.
Sutton Coldfield welcomes return of Month of Music Festival.
Bollywood fitness classes bring “life-changing” results to Birmingham’s isolated.
Matt Lindley writes about recognition for the Central Library.
College offers ‘passport’ to summer learners.
Campaign aims to help parents deal with children and social media.
Arcadian to get hot, hot, hot in July.
Brian Donaldson talks to comic Jeremy Hardy.
Sunday Share aims to encourage diversity and wellbeing.
Young refugee ‘gives back’ by volunteering with charity project.
Savings and new fares as TfWM launches West Midlands Metro.
Richard Nevin watches David Byrne at Symphony Hall.
City-wide festival set to mark worldwide commemoration.
Response to city council’s proposal for clean air zone.
Passenger groups given preview of rail company investment.
Leading UK contractor brings volunteer programme to Birmingham.
Parlez Vous brings links with the Lions.
Aesthetics in Solihull are winners.
SoundWaves Music Competition this Saturday.
Two weeks to go until Sutton Park extravaganza.
Leamington date for legendary songwriter.
Lancaster flies in for Armed Forces Day celebrations.
Call to reverse decision to hand collection to the British Library.
Aspiring teachers encouraged to attend Birmingham’s Train to Teach roadshow.
Same time, same place at the weekend.
Hospital charity launches summer family fundraiser.