Richard Lutz ploughs his way through lockdown.
Stephen Pennell reviews a book about growing up and survival.
Richard Lutz heads for a city break.
Villa beat Arsenal and Dave Woodhall also looks back at turning points.
World’s Stage – a multilingual celebration of Birmingham, Brummies and their Shakespeare.
Kray Treadwell wins the Michelin Young Chef Award.
Richard Lutz flips through the books he read in 2020 – the good, the bad, the downright appalling.
Everything to Everybody as the Bard collection goes global.
Author AA Abbott talks about her new book Bright Lies, set in Birmingham.
Jessica Harris looks at the upcoming Hay Festival Digital Winter Weekend.
Young people across the city invited to write about heroes.
Birmingham hostelries continue to shine in 2021 edition of the real ale bible.
Lending library established at SIFA Fireside.
Richard Lutz on a new book about the riots that rocked Birmingham 35 years ago.
Richard Lutz reads a new book on the dramatic effects of leaving the EU.
Dave Woodhall looks at the debut novel from our own Stephen Pennell.
Working at home, bringing up baby, Will Mapplebeck manages time to sail through a lockdown audio listening list.
Richard Lutz survives another week that was…
50 Treasures – Number 3.
Richard Lutz reports on a nation riven in two.
Musician Tony Fitzpatrick explains the eight songs he’ll take to his desert isle.
It’s time for Dave Woodhall to share his choices with us.
In a twist on the usual, Richard Lutz picks the live music he’ll never forget.
Helen Annetts give us her choices to be stranded with.
This time it’s balti king and Blues fan Andy Munro.
Dave Woodhall pays tribute to writer, broadcaster, campaigner and long-time friend Steve Beauchampe.
New book set to reveal the secrets of the M6.
Richard Lutz points to the books he enjoyed in 2019. And the ones he’d rather forget.
Wolves book raises six figure sum for Childrens Hospital.
University of Birmingham study breaks down key to Bond franchise’s longevity.