Praise for John Hemming’s stance on animal experiments.
Richard Lutz listens in to the staging of an Oscar-winning film now playing at the Birmingham Rep
Simon Hale with a further review of the BRB’s current production.
Big Dig event at Martineau Gardens.
Drama students learn from acting masterclass.
Birmingham training firm gets glowing Ofsted report.
Citizens UK Birmingham and Midlands TUC to visit Birmingham Living Wage employers.
Charity reaches milestone with ‘darkness’ coverage.
Collaboration takes centre stage as Greater Birmingham reveals exhibition events programme.
Work experience and training opportunities snapped up across the West Midlands.
Lands End to John O’Groats without leaving the building.
Richard Lutz watches the original Living Doll at Birmingham Hippodrome.
Paula Ratcliffe meets inspirational womens group.
Gas Street Social appoints general manager and head chef.
City politicians set out plans for 9,000 jobs.
Focus on cutting-edge electronics in contemporary music.
Defibrillator supplied to retirement village.
We answer all questions about two money-grubbing MPs.
Google Hangout to witness video conference.
Region achieves second highest national growth rate.
Terry Wills on Albion’s draw at Sunderland.
New manager, old result. Dave Woodhall at Villa Park.
Innovation Birmingham prepares for 2015 launch of its €2 million Climate KIC programme.
The latest from our hard-hitting Parliamentary gossip columnist.
Andy Munro watches Blues and wonders.
One of the country’s top jazz bands will be appearing at Birmingham Jazz’s regular event this coming Friday.
Richard Lutz sadly looks at the latest sports news out of the States.
Yet more street food events.
Richard Lutz views a dance masterpiece in Birmingham.
Andy Munro on Blues’ midweek performance.