Andy Munro gives us a fan’s-eye view of Blues’ defeat at the hands of Newcastle.
Three shows which are sure to be sell-outs have been announced at Wolverhampton Civic Hall.
Amongst the seemingly non-stop economic gloom there’s been at least one positive news story this week with the launch of another new car to be made at Longbridge.
Terry Wills is starting to get worried as the Baggies draw against West Ham.
Channel 4’S Dispatches documentary series is working on an investigation into Britains overcrowded rail services.
Lyle Bignon tells us what’s happening at Symphony Hall and Birmingham Town Hall.
Two Birmingham neighbourhoods are taking part in a ground breaking campaign to help businesses ‘go green.’
As half term looms into view here’s a run down of what’s on at The Public in West Bromwich from Friday 18 February to Thursday 3 March 2011
There’s a special charity fund-raiser at the Robin 2 on Thursday featuring Scott Matthews, Steve Gibbons, Ian Parker and others
Birmingham city council employees, already threatened with large-scale job losses, are to have their working conditions changed. An essential coincidence, or employer blackmail?
KathakClassic Indian Kathak meets Urban Hip Hop in international dance premiere at mac.
Dave Woodhall looks at another frustrating Villa performance, and didn’t much like the surroundings.
Ian Robathan can’t resist putting his head over the parapet, sticking his neck out, staring into his crystal ball…. Walsall election predictions
After watching Blues win yet again, Andy Munro is starting to think beyond his wildest dreams.
£15m funding bid for Birmingham Internationals’ expansion plan was rejected
My Chemical Romance, Maroon 5 and the NME Awards tour are some highlights of the local gig scene over the next few days.
Details are emerging of Birmingham city council’s proposals to cut public spending
After the national success of Treasured: A Secret Journey, Jane Packman returns to The MAC with The Woods until Sun 27 Feb.
Symphony Hall has announced a ground-breaking new production of Stravinsky’s classic ballet.
Birmingham begins to feel the benefits of the 2012 Olympics later this year when hundreds of the world’s top gymnasts will arrive…
Recently refurbished, The MAC in Cannon Hill Park has loads on in March – music, comedy, theatre and performance arts.
Internationally acclaimed folk act The Black Atlantic will be performing at The Public
Birmingham University has one of the best profiles for equal access to higher education.
A Birmingham meat supplier is coming under fire from Highgate residents over plans to expand their production facilities.
Terry Wills offers up a view of life at the Hawthorns. Once more, he doesn’t understand it all.
Dave Woodhall comments on the news that a 15 year old in Bromsgrove has been banned from starting work early. Are such stories as clear as they seem?
Labour supporter Ian Robathan offers his predictions for the May 2011 elections in Birmingham – not much mention of the far-right here.
Terry Wills has been to see the revived musical Chess at Birmingham Hippodrome. He found that like the Hippodrome’s surroundings, it’s changed a bit.
Football isn’t just about the glamour of the Premier League and it’s good when supporters realise it.
New versions of old classics are being made all the time. They’re not always a good idea.