Star shining bright at media awards.
Unsung local hero Gerry Colvin talks to Dave Woodhall.
Jonathan Agnew speaks about cricket, Test Match Special and his tour with Geoff Boycott.
Richard Lutz reports on another blighted week in Old Blighty.
Thrive Birmingham to play host to BBC Gardeners Question TIme.
Radio Active goes live on stage.
Children’s charity opens its glorious gardens for summer fete.
Out of this World day set to help hospice.
Chance for all to hear stunning performers in new building.
Currently on tour, the legendary broadcaster talks to us.
Nominations announced for region’s media stars.
Recognition for new Asian comedy talent.
Edgbaston date for presenter Noreen Khan.
Mazzy Snape with news of a new radio station for Birmingham.
BBC Asian Network celebrates 50 years of broadcasting.
University to hold urban radio discussion.
Richard Lutz gazes into his flatscreen and sees only seedy shenanigans
Words and action on display in the coming weeks.
Solihull School Girls’ Choir will be bringing a heavenly sound to BBC Radio 4’s Daily Service this morning.
Station to provide work opportunities for students .
Creative and media professionals from Birmingham and beyond raised nearly £2,000 for charity at the Birmingham Publicity Association’s annual summer ball
Andy Munro adds to the growing controversy about Carl Chinn’s dismissal from Radio WM.
Dave Woodhall comments on the latest blow to local-themed radio.
And the winner is….
Steve Beauchampé doesn’t like what he’s hearing on the airwaves.
Veteran BBC radio presenter Rob Nothman will be visiting Coventry later this month to present a special lecture entitled Fifty years of Radio Sports Commentary.
Laurence Inman exposes his alter ego and some strange habits of his younger days.
With scores of local paper titles disappearing and local radio stations increasingly becoming franchises of super brands, it’s been looking like the end of genuine local journalism for some time.
Dave Woodhall spoke to a champion of world music and many things besides, Andy Kershaw, ahead of his upcoming UK tour.
The area’s oldest-established commercial radio stations are to undergo a name change.