Richard Lutz takes a pew at The Birmingham Rep for an enchantingly innocent children’s classic.
Grammy-winning American singer/songwriter Patty Griffin talks about her life and work.
Terry Wills looks back at a mixed week at the Hawthorns.
Four Oaks expanded Park and Ride open for business.
Dave Woodhall watches Villa ease into the FA Cup fourth round.
Region to focus on major schemes including HS2, UK Central and its two Enterprise Zones.
Victims of genocide worldwide to be remembered.
Birmingham City Mission launch their 2016 Sponsored Sleepout.
Upgrade increases connectivity speeds.
That fat guy with the blond rug on his fat head wants to stop all UK citizens from entering the US – this report from our diplomatic editor Sir Howard Elston
REP celebrates most successful season ever.
Artrix goes literary, and comic, in the coming week.
Family attraction returns after Christmas break.
Dave Woodhall watches Villa gain a point and drop two.
Andy Munro on another good day for Blues.
Richard Lutz bids a fond farewell to his record collection….sigh.
Transport body aim to increase pedalling numbers.
New partnership allows children to blow their own trumpet.
New collection celebrates iconic Playboy covers.
Laugh along with BBC Local Radio and BBC Radio 1Xtra.
Legendary circus comes to town.
Richard Lutz ponders Obama’s post-White House life following his final State of the Union speech
Black Country public to have their say at rail consultation event.
Call for rethink following lawsuit against American government.
Moving account of children during the Holocaust for Warwick Arts Centre.
Andy Munro on Blues’ trip to Nottingham.
Bonus attractions help boost Christmas crowds.
Alan Clawley on his ‘other’ pastime.
Seven-figure funding will allow business to expand.
Charity event hosted by Michael Fabricant MP