From the entertainment capital of the world, straight from the crossroads of Rodeo Drive and Alcester Road, SIR HOWARD ELSTON gives us the inside line on who will win the Oscars.
Terry Wills reviews the new Denise van Outen production.
City’s strategy to attract investment wins place in influential rankings .
Kings Heath dad has found a creative solution to drive his fundraising attempts ahead of April’s Virgin Money London Marathon.
Students based at Birmingham Botanical Gardens cultivated their horticulture skills recently when gardening expert Jessica “Jekka” McVicar joined them as a guest lecturer.
There’s plenty to do in the next few weeks at the Ironbridge Gorge museums.
Major sponsorship announced for RAF Museum.
Birmingham’s award winning Be Active scheme singled out by Lord Coe as he launched a campaign to get the UK more physically active.
RICHARD LUTZ reports from north of the border on independence fever.
Jimmy Constable of 911, nineties boy band and now reformed in more ways than one, talks to us about the pains and pleasures of stardom.
What’s happening in Bromsgrove.
Andy Munro gets tired and weary watching the Blues.
Prestigious honour for city orchestra.
RICHARD LUTZ lures you to the best film on the box this week.
Gordon Harley on the subject of change.
With more heavy rain and winds forecast for the rest of today and into the weekend, West Midlands Ambulance Service is urging the public to take some simple precautions to stay safe.
Black Country teenagers are being urged to visit a series of free events promoting apprenticeships where they can sign up for work with good quality training.
An eclectic mix of comedy, classical, easy listening, pop, comedy and much more.
Alan Clawley comments on the two main architects of the Library of Birmingham’s future plans.
Andy Munro on Blues’ game at Watford.
Terry Wills on the Albion’s schizophrenic week.
The Managing Director of popular event and conferencing space thestudio has been awarded a visiting fellowship at the respected Aston Business School.
Steve Clayton, doyen of the Birmingham music scene, speaks.
Film and talk to examine the causes of the 2011 riots.
Local coffee chop set for national recognition.
Young Birmingham volunteers highlight healthy relationships on Valentine’s Day.
Year on year growth at eight year high.
Disruptions while maintenance work carried out.
Innovative project involves CBSO and local law firm.
Today marks the launch of Birmingham Year of Science 2014 – a 12 month celebration of innovation and enterprise, which aims to showcase Birmingham as a UK science hub by inspiring the imaginations of the public.