Legendary Birmingham venue reunion for charity gig.
Former patient back on his bike for Velo.
Sir Howard Elston, not long out of Belle Isle Open Prison, reports on the latest British balls-up.
Teenagers turn urban designers with St. Modwen Homes.
Butcher’s Social serves up nine-course spectacular.
Birmingham music promoter tells us about her new venture.
Town Hall presents Willard Wigan collection.
Historic British Racing Weekend Experience comes to Chateau Impney.
Exciting new murder mystery on the Severn Valley.
First look at HS2’s Washwood Heath depot site.
Forty years on from groundbreaking community project.
Tattu Birmingham launch raises £5,000 for St Basil’s.
Planning permission secured for city centre site.
Justice in Motion presents compelling work.
Young artists urged to picture special moments in art competition.
Fashioning Peace: Life and Liberty after the Great War.
Magical moments for sick kids thanks to grotto visitors.
Stephen Pennell watches another promising new Birmingham talent, at another promising new Birmingham venue.
Take a tip from Birmingham’s balti czar Andy Munro if you know what’s good for you.
Villa lost two-nil at home to Albion on Saturday. Dave Woodhall wonders what comes next.
Rob Auton has told the Funniest Joke at the Fringe during the Edinburgh Festival. He repeats that one, and a few others.
Over-50s event to focus on making connections and staying positive in later life.
People in Birmingham urged to consider joining the profession that helps shape lives.
Talking to some of the people behind the Old Rep’s forthcoming attraction.
1,000 tapestry bees, 1,000 stitchers, one collaborative city artwork – get involved!
Twelve run fundraiser aims to inspire prostate cancer awareness.
Dave Woodhall watches Villa lose at Brentford.
Boost for the region’s expanding tourism sector.
Blues go down 1-0 at home to Bolton with Andy Munro watching.
Birmingham MP contributes to help for foodbanks.