Sheilagh Matheson raises a glass or two.
Sheilagh Matheson works in an African community so poor it can’t afford mirrors.
Richard Lutz says goodbye to a friend.
Richard Lutz points the finger of blame at you-know-who.
Richard Lutz watches democracy go down the pan.
Richard Lutz tries to persuade his MP to turn his back on No Deal come October.
Local community activist Abid Khan talks about working at what you enjoy.
Richard Lutz on the double massacre in the US.
Richard Lutz holds his breath as Britain twists in the wind.
Richard Lutz feverishly peers into his crystal ball as the political world swirls around him.
Gay activist Saima Razzaq gives her opinion of the Birmingham schools protest controversy.
Richard Lutz is reduced to writing about garbage.
Richard Lutz gets to see the woods through the trees.
Richard Lutz dips into African theatre twice and finds a lost church.
Dave Woodhall comments on a disgraceful piece of gutter reporting.
Stephen Pennell reports on another promising Birmingham band.
Andy Munro poses a topical question or six to his MP.
Richard Lutz reviews an investigation into the changing face of our city landscape.
Richard Lutz queries just who benefits from ever-newer levels of digital technology.
Richard Lutz scrapes through the shattered remains of Brexit-land to find any signs of anything …except madness.
Richard Lutz hears the river flow
Richard Lutz listens to the clock tick away until Britain leaves the EU.
`Richard Lutz stumbles through another week.
Richard Lutz on the need for drug law reform.
Richard Lutz takes to the streets filled with anti-Brexit protesters and latte.
“I have treated the EU with nothing but respect,” claims Theresa May. Steve Beauchampé thinks otherwise.
Steve Beauchampé chides the BBC over its coverage of Labour’s anti-semitism row.
Richard Lutz reviews his week and barely leaves Edinburgh alive after three days at the city’s incessant Festival.
Richard Lutz takes a wander through a small valley.
Steve Beauchampé calls for the media to take Conservative racism more seriously.