Richard Lutz witnesses a digital war over the information we crave.
Richard Lutz flips through the books he read in 2020 – the good, the bad, the downright appalling.
Tributes paid to city accountant.
Richard Lutz reports on a £20 million shortfall for the reopening of the Camp Hill rail line.
Young media executive aims for success in ITV’s Studio 55 Ventures.
Richard Lutz reports on the latest Capitol Crimes.
New year client wins give agency a sustainable start to 2021.
Birmingham agency appointed by ride-hailing challenger brand UVA UK.
Banishing the winter blues on four legs.
Everything to Everybody as the Bard collection goes global.
Prez tops big poll, writes our White House tipster Sir Harvey Elston (DOA).
West Midlands Combined Authority appoints BBJ&K to drive media strategy.
Birmingham Ormiston Academy inviting applications for production campus.
Will Mapplebeck and a night on the Toon./strong>
Studio marks first birthday with contract wins.
Midlands Media Awards off until next year.
Richard Lutz sails through the flotsam of another lost week.
More than 200 films produced in the first six months.
Working at home, bringing up baby, Will Mapplebeck manages time to sail through a lockdown audio listening list.
Salon group named in top awards’ Business Thinker category.
Covid-19 appeal reaches six figures with support from Unity Trust Bank.
Birmingham 2022 and CGFP announce Sunset+Vine as Host Broadcaster.
Andy Munro has a bit of a moan.
Richard Lutz reports on a nation riven in two.
Richard Lutz reports on how mob rule terror can invade a small town.
John Duckers writes about the former Birmingham Mail mainstay.
Richard Lutz continues his route through Lockdown Land.
Celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday with the Everything to Everybody Project.
Bank signs up to help magazine during coronavirus crisis.
Dave Woodhall pays tribute to writer, broadcaster, campaigner and long-time friend Steve Beauchampe.