Guess who’s Coming to Strictly? Howard Elston, our showbiz reporter, tips us off about future guests on the bigtime show. Sources deep within the entertainment world are abuzz tonight with news that the corpse of Colonel Gaddaffi will be appearing on Strictly Come Dancing next week. He will replace the latest clunky celeb to be…
Professional Theatre Company “Don’t Go into the Cellar!” is bringing a number of spooky shows to venues around Birmingham this Hallowe’en!
Alan Clawley reveals a bit of history about one of Birmingham’s landmark buildings.
Andy Munro has finally returned from Belgium.
Companies will be able to experience a taste of Birmingham’s vibrant digital scene at ‘2DigitalDays’,
Half of all middle aged people in West Midlands consider retiring abroad
If you can relax and unwind in a “bustling” atmosphere, then Whittlebury Hall is the spa experience for you, says Ros Dodd.
West Midlands Ambulance Service have issued a seasonal warning to cyclists of all ages.
Local fighter Rob Norton is in title action tonight.
The winner of a once in a lifetime music award will be decided by a public vote, during a prestigious music competition in the Midlands.
The Coventry International Prize for Peace and Reconciliation 2011 is being hosted by Coventry University.
Terry Wills discusses Albion’s run of derbies.
Damian Marquez is helping to position Birmingham as a centre of sartorial elegance.
Nearly 1,000 people will be donning their running shoes in support of Alzheimer’s Society on Sunday 23 October, as they take part in the Bupa Great Birmingham Run.
Light House goes gory this Halloween with a digital reissue of Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead
Help Diabetes UK prevent heart and kidney disease among people with the condition
Birmingham will host a prestigious conference and exhibition on solar power later this month.
Richard Lutz takes in One Man, Two Guvnors at The New Alexandra Theatre in Birmingham starring tv comedian James Corden
Birmingham City Council is asking you to tell them how to spend your money.
A day full of cultural activities and family friendly workshops celebrating Diwali will be taking place at The Public
British television icon and former BBC News presenter Peter Sissons leads an exciting line up of speakers at Coventry University this week
Flickering firelight in the woods is the setting for a Halloween event coming to Martineau Gardens.
New adult tap dancing group, Kate’s Tap Class are ecstatic to have completed their first project – dancing to raise money for Children In Need.
Funny man Frank Skinner has donated his copy of a “life-changing” book to Bowel Cancer UK in an appeal for people to take part in a Big Book Swap this month.
Alan Clawley continues to rebut the critics of the Birmingham Central Library that architect John Madin designed.
Dave Woodhall offers up a depressing look at the shape of football to come.
A mixed bag, that’s for sure.
Progs and rockers would be one way of putting it.
West Midlands Ambulance Service are asking people to think before they dial 999.
Yes, indeed, I have been hired by the former defence chief Lee Fox to head up his new research team. I will be a special advisor advising him on really important advising things now that he has decided to seek new horizons after playing with big armaments and body armour. Confirmation reached me today as…