A conversation with singer, songwriter, author and talker Chris Difford.
University student to head innovative event.
Seminars aimed to help health and well-being at work.
Acclaimed and local-ish singer Sara Colman tells us what she’s made of.
Fundraiser to help ex-forces personnel.
Restaurant to offer best of Brazilian food.
Lego convention set to hit NEC.
Jamie Sircom tells of his experiences during Sunday’s Great Birmingham Run.
New talent defies weather to storm the catwalk.
Return for acclaimed dementia-friendly play.
Another night of quality music in store.
Bentley deal helps manufacturer celebrate its seventieth birthday in style.
Coolair conditions new university hotel and conference centre.
Call for public inquiry over subsequent profits windfall for bank group.
Care user Charlotte Price writes about some of the work done by Birmingham City Council.
Charity reaches six-figure mark in donations to local projects.
Winning design shines a light on centenary commemorations.
Brum Youth Trends summit gives voice to Young Birmingham.
Local companies get government help to win new export business.
Bottega Prosecco Bar at Birmingham Airport wins Airport Bar of the Year award.
First public candle lighting ceremony in Birmingham.
Villa appoint Dean Smith as Head Coach, as Dave Woodhall comments.
Corky Laing, drummer extraordinaire, talks to Dave Woodhall.
Richard Nevin enjoys a pomp-themed weekend at Symphony Hall.
Security roadshow heads to Snow Hill.
World’s top bagpipe band to play Town Hall.
Midlands firm sponsors local U11 football team.
Bernie Jackson watches the inimitable Graham Parker partying like it’s 1976.
Expansion plans for Centre for Advanced Training for South Asian and Contemporary Dance.
Caroline Smyth talks about her new bakery.