Richard Lutz eyes up the best film on TV this week.
Corky Laing, drummer extraordinaire, talks to Dave Woodhall.
World’s top bagpipe band to play Town Hall.
Richard Lutz takes to the trenches for this World War One play.
Dave Woodhall watches a local band play a low-key pub gig.
Dave Woodhall on Villa’s defeat at Millwall and the continued search for a manager.
Richard Lutz trawls through the best TV films of the week.
Richard Lutz takes his pew at the Birmingham Hippodrome for dance with fire in its soul.
Political columnist Will Mapplebeck drops in on the Tory shindig in Birmingham.
Theresa May, England chief, tells our Westminster snoop Sir Howard Elston how Euro-workers can f***k off.
Sir Elston Howard reports on the Prez’s latest venture on taking to the moral high road.
The Prez warns Teheran about his new peace plan, says our diplomatic reporter Sir Howie Elston.
New donors needed in Birmingham to help cancer patients.
“I have treated the EU with nothing but respect,” claims Theresa May. Steve Beauchampé thinks otherwise.
To the margins of the isles – Richard Lutz heads for the Hebrides.
Blues won 2-1 at Leeds watched by a delighted Andy Munro.
Global innovators all set to head to Birmingham.
Dave Woodhall on whether Villa’s late equaliser at Blackburn will really make much difference.
Drive Midlands unveils partnership programme to support region’s automotive firms.
More than 300 delegates, from over 140 companies have been confirmed for the event.
Line-up for nine-day comedy festival published.
Birmingham academic talks songwriting and new album with Paul McCartney.
Richard Lutz visits a favourite spot.
In which we talk to local singer Sam Draisey.
Hot stuff to provide help for children in emergency care.
Iconic songwriter Graham Parker returns with a new band.
Come and hear what Birmingham has to offer.
Richard Lutz reviews his week and barely leaves Edinburgh alive after three days at the city’s incessant Festival.
Andy Munro watches Blues’ goalless draw at home to Swansea City.
Richard Lutz takes a wander through a small valley.