Dave Woodhall isn’t downheartened despite Villa’s failure to win on Saturday.
There’s a mix of old and new coming up at the Leamington Assembly.
Andy Munro watches Blues win again.
No, says Richard Lutz, not the lost Kenneth More movie based on the JM Barrie classic about class warfare. But a firm salute to Ealing director Charles Crichton.
Sir Howard Elston, our Westminster correspondent, reports on a new initiative to solve two problems at once.
Jacqui Kennedy, Acting Strategic Director Place for Birmingham city council, looks at what makes Bull Ring Markets – the oldest in the country – a hidden gem in the city’s retail scene.
Further attractions announced for family festival.
£10 tickets get orchestra’s season off to a flying start.
Birmingham company seeks £300,000 for mass production of portable, eco-friendly smartphone battery.
Terry Wills reports on Albion’s week.
Andy Munro watches Blues abvoid a banana skin, and other cliches.
Our man in the front stalls with the bag of caramel popcorn, Sir Howard Elston, with a world-first scoop from Theatreland.
Surely this will be one of 2015’s peachiest gigs, crystal-bawls Martin Longley.
Terry Wills enjoys the latest tribute to The King.
Music in many forms takes centre stage.
Dave Woodhall on a Villa Park occasion that was a bit different.
Birmingham Rep to create training programme for actors.
Won’t you come home to Tile Hill again, Bill Bailey?, asks Martin Longley.
Local star spotted during filming.
Extra trains laid on for midweek ties.
Food, music, culture, theatre – they’re all coming together.
Dave Woodhall watches Villa lose their way on the other side of the Thames.
Andy Munro enjoys his Friday night at St Andrews.
Richard Lutz digs deep for the movie of the week on the box and surfaces with a forgotten crazed cowboy movie that you can’t ignore.
Howard Elston, our entertainments editor, reports on today’s biggish story.
A peacenik may lay down with some unsavoury characters. Better that than selling them weapons writes Steve Beauchampé.
Martin Longley has his quill poised as those Wisconsin wonders, the Youngbloods make another Birmingham visit.
Campaign to cut down food waste continues.
Chance to get close up to classic planes at RAF museum.
New service increases Belgian routes.