A Holocaust survivor who escaped to Britain as a teenager has been sharing his tragic experiences with students in Aldridge.
From our news desk.
Richard Lutz watches a new adaptation of an old classic.
Forces charity again reaches landmark target.
A charity football match featuring Premier League players and Aston Villa legends has been preserved on film by video production company Stone’s Throw Media.
City ranks higher than any other regional spot as place to live.
Terry Wills witnesses a familiar scenario at the Hawthorns.
BE FESTIVAL announces 2014 dates and a new home.
The Independence debate north of Hadrian’s Wall is hotting up as JOHN KNOX, who covered Scottish Assembly politics for the BBC, reports.
Music and theatre are on offer.
By Richard Lutz.
European-funded exchange programme attracts climate experts.
Call to back safer lories in key vote.
Dave Woodhall gets increasingly depressed in south London.
Youngsters have got the X Factor.
Recognition for city’s new buildings.
Unveiling to mark the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of the River Plate.
Richard Lutz on the week’s best TV.
Andy Munro comments on Blues’ defeat at Middlesbrough.
Support centre threatened with closure.
Terry Wills on Albion’s vital win at Norwich.
“Be careful” call from air ambulance chiefs.
A Birmingham web designer has quit smoking and learned to swim so she can compete in a gruelling obstacle course to raise money for cancer prevention.
The greatest Welsh band ever played a sell-out show in Wolverhampton on Sunday, Steve Beauchampé reports.
Further boost for city’s foodie status.
From our diplomatic correspondent Sir Howard Elston.
Punchy punk pioneers Penetration play at The Institute on Thursday night. Martin Longley caught them last month up in York…
A major national survey of tram passengers has recorded high satisfaction levels amongst users of the Midland Metro.
Further links announced between college and city’s leading independent station.
Anatomist, TV presenter and author Alice Roberts today officially launched the British Science Festival at the Library of Birmingham – with a little help from her friends.