The Novus set to return to the scene of past glory.
Luxury train to leave from Birmingham.
Live music season extended at the Botanical Gardens.
Working at home, bringing up baby, Will Mapplebeck manages time to sail through a lockdown audio listening list.
Birmingham and Midlands grassroots venues face imminent threat of closure – industry professionals.
Research project Harkive returns to explore music listening in a time of pandemic.
Your chance to learn from a top forty producer.
A chat with the legendary Dave Hill, guitarist with Black Country icons Slade.
Continuing the conversation with Slade guitarist Dave Hill.
Musical protest over plans for telecoms pole on Broad Street.
Tune into employment opportunities thanks to community worker.
Birmingham artist collaboration aims to celebrate key workers.
Online onslaught of jazz music promised.
Andy Munro has a bit of a moan.
Birmingham arts centre falls victim to pandemic.
Botanical Gardens the new venue for Henry’s Blueshouse.
Blues icons Bessie Smith and Gladys Bentley mark Black Pride.
Call for landlords, insurers and local politicians to work together.
Chloe-Jean Gray writes about the way forward for the entertainment industry.
How working from home could accelerate youthful and residential city centres.
Birmingham nightlife boss: “Let’s plan re-opening of nightclubs to return to normality.”
Dave Woodhall talks to Andrez Harriott, of r’n’b band Damage and founder of The Liminality Group.
Musician Tony Fitzpatrick explains the eight songs he’ll take to his desert isle.
Beverley Knight and Bradley Simpson join forces in aid of Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
Pandemic causes delay to long-running event.
Dave Woodhall talks to legendary singer Colin Blunstone.
It’s time for Dave Woodhall to share his choices with us.
Students perform online jam tribute of classic anthem.
Simon Hale shares his choices with us.
In a twist on the usual, Richard Lutz picks the live music he’ll never forget.