Will Mapplebeck is engrossed by a cautionary American tale.
Richard Lutz reviews an investigation into the changing face of our city landscape.
Hotel seeks budding young writers for its new bedtime story book.
Wolves football tops wanted as They Wore The Shirt book makes a comeback.
Poetry in the Penthouse launches at the Rotunda.
Richard Lutz says goodbye to The Sundance Kid and leafs through his own bookshelf in yet another first week of a new year.
`Richard Lutz stumbles through another week.
Talking to Robin 2 owner Mike Hamblett about playing, promoting and writing.
Project celebrates diverse nature of the city.
Dave Woodhall listens to writer Kathy Lette about her new show and lots more.
Birmingham firm proves we’re all still (Bash Street) kids at heart.
Prize-winning novelists and acclaimed international musicians dominate third festival.
Local social entrepreneur Bhavesh Patel puts his story on the map.
Matt Lindley writes about recognition for the Central Library.
Why Everything You Think You Know About the World Is Probably Wrong, warns writer Will Mapplebeck.
Richard Lutz braves the whirlpool of the past week.
Richard Lutz ponders the last seven days of a mis-spent middle age.
‘Flawed genius’ best describes the actor whose story has recently been published.
Will Mapplebeck ponders the future.
Beatles insider Tony Bramwell talks with Steve Beauchampé.
Appeal in aid of NSPCC to mark the occasion.
Recognition for young Midlands poet.
Richard Lutz hunts among the remains of the past week.
Richard Lutz reads two books that turn the spotlight on President Trump.
International experts to launch pioneering digital leadership book at Birmingham tech hub.
Richard Lutz thumbs through his reading list for the past year.
Richard Lutz sifts through the charred remains of another week
First illustrated history of one of Britain’s finest performing arts schools.
Young authors celebrate the launch of their reimagined FairITales.
Will Mapplebeck reviews a book about disgraced Liberal leader Jeremy Thorpe in a time of a dark intolerant Britain.