Cake deliveries enable humanitarian aid to be sent.
Who needs WOMAD?, asks Martin Longley, when there’s Norway’s Førdefestivalen, a weekender of global music on the west coast.
Lecturer Rebecca Russell-Turner tells us about a recent event at the Birmingham Institute for Art & Design.
Dave Woodhall talks to a musician who’s enjoying himself.
Love Food Hate Waste aims to reduce the amount of food wasted.
Birmingham company develops its own approach to beating the skills shortage.
Social housing provider in line for national award.
Wolverhampton date for concert footage.
Students helped to grown their own food.
Steam enthusiasts wanted at Ironbridge.
Budding stars also enjoy trophy success.
Safari tie-up with local college.
The police liaison officer who saw it all.
BHX welcome for inaugural service.
Force rated ‘Outstanding’ for cutting crime whilst cutting costs.
Richard Lutz reports from Scotland with less than two months to go before the independence vote.
Arboretum stages police memorial day.
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Sign Solutions enhances interpreter training with help from top barristers.
Howard Elston, our Midlands correspondent in sun-scorched Engerlund with another fantastic soaraway exclusive from the international world of Birmingham media.
Event shows benefits of health education.
Hospice to benefit from champagne event.
Music and family fun.
Heart breakthrough could save lives.
Dave Woodhall on Villa’s continued summer.
Here’s the highlights of the 30th Birmingham International Jazz & Blues Festival part II.
Richard Lutz looks at the current furore over new station City TV and whether it will get on air…and, if and when it does, what it will deliver.
Cycle ride nets funds for BHF.
Protest captured on film by heritage photographer.
Richard Lutz furrows deep into tv movielsnd to rustle up some icons of the crystal box in your living room.