Ian Bell to host an evening at The Ivy Temple Row.
Australian comic cricketers arriving in Birmingham.
Tournament said to be worth £32.1 million from international visitors, ticket sales and matchday spending.
Partnership aims to build communities through sport.
Nick Hancock to host stage show with TV sporting legends.
Richard Nevin looks back on a day at the recent test match.
Why not enjoy the cricket at Edgbaston in style?
The huge-mungus questions of the day answered by, The Hon Lord Howard Elston of Strangeways.
Global broadcast coverage of Birmingham’s five fixtures set to reach more than two billion people.
ICC celebrates cricket in the heart of the city.
Edgbaston date for presenter Noreen Khan.
Championship chasers link up with medical research charity.
Tennis superstar Maria Sharapova tells our sports editor Sir Howard ‘Ace’ Elston about her change of direction following the row over her drugs use.
Sir Howard Elston, the reporter who stands up for the weak, reveals the truth and is never short of a freebie sits down with HSBC international regulatory boss Tristan da Cunha over the bank’s plan to leave Britain and move somewhere more kind to finance.
Twitter following helps decide winner of MoneyGram’s 2015 Ultimate Cricket Fan contest.
From our diplomatic correspondent Sir Howard McElstonovichzki (DOA).
Trott marks benefit with charity event.
Budding stars also enjoy trophy success.
The city’s sporting achievements continue throughout August and beyond.
Edgbaston Cricket: A rise in the number of expected visitors to the city – and an increase in those coming from outside the region – has boosted the tournament’s economic impact on Birmingham to £15.5 million
England wicket keeper Sarah Taylor is arguably one of the best female cricketers in the history of the ladies game and she could make history this summer by becoming the first woman to play men’s second XI county cricket.
Cricket commentator and doyen of Test Match Special Henry Blofeld talks to Dave Woodhall
England cricketer Ian Bell was awarded an honorary degree by Coventry University today
Dave Woodhall attempts to pay tribute to a great sporting icon.
Thirty years ago this week, Ian Botham’s talismanic performance won England a memorable Ashes victory at Edgbaston.
More than a quarter of children in Birmingham don’t play ANY sport outside of school, with parents found guilty of setting a bad example, according to new research.
It was only a little dance, but it annoyed Steve Beauchampé…
Probably the last comic book style hero of this sporting age, one Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff departs stage left via Out Patients and the saloon bar of the Three Lions public house.
I reckon I could invent the cure for cancer and I’d still be known as the guy who ran out Ricky Ponting.