Theatre production of The Exorcist premieres at Birmingham Rep.
Last chance to capture Birmingham and win £1,000 of gear.
Springboard advise founding shareholders on Sertec refinancing and acquisition.
Better late than never.
Martin Longley drifted through the dappled waters of Roedelius, one of Germany’s ambient electronic pioneers
New Alexandra Theatre to take part in the world’s biggest coffee morning.
Terry Wills watches Albion beat West Ham.
CEO of NHS England backs charity vision for hospice care for all.
Balsall Common pub food helps charity.
Aim to boost central government help for devolved region.
Figures from local business and media added to board.
Quest Disability Group starts at Intu Merry Hill.
Luxury car company aims to further expand growing business.
Richard Lutz cans the TV film listings to find the diamonds among the dross – and delivers a surprise to top it all off.
Alpesh Chauhan announced as Principal Conductor of Parma’s Filarmonica Arturo Toscanini.
The Godfather with live orchestral accompaniment at Symphony Hall. Martin Longley scans the mumbling Marlon subtitles.
All-round family fun in Bromsgrove.
Programme announced for showcase networking events.
Irish country music golden boy Derek Ryan comes to Birmingham.
Dave Woodhall watches Villa fail to win again.
Andy Munro is getting a nosebleed watching Blues.
Dave Woodhall listens to (English) Beat frontman and Balsall Heath expat Dave Wakeling.
Simon Hale watches as quality travels 4,000 miles.
Our Albion correspondent Terry Wills has not had a good week.
Legendary singer Graham Parker talks to Dave Woodhall about dead toads, sunglasses and an awesome back catalogue.
Villa one up in the 88th minute. Dave Woodhall talks about the inevitable conclusion.
Andy Munro watches an encouraging point won by Blues.
First major investment commitment by a local area to leverage the benefits of HS2.
Support for Cycle to Work Day.
Suburb comes to life for annual Street Festival.