Richard Lutz looks at the current furore over new station City TV and whether it will get on air…and, if and when it does, what it will deliver.
Terry Wills offers an Albion perspective on last night’s derby.
Terry Wills on an interesting week at the Albion and a new book he’s enjoyed.
Terry Wills. Not a Happy Baggie.
Terry Wills on Albion’s misfortunes.
Terry Wills gives the Albion perspective on Monday night’s clash.
Terry Wills on old enemies from near and far.
Arts centre commended for excellence and innovation in digital accessibility for all.
Terry Wills on the big talking point of Albion’s weekend.
Tasty theatrical treat served up as part of Celebration Week.
Activist film being shown locally.
Local visual and performing artists come together to celebrate The Public
Terry Wills watched Albion’s painful defeat on Merseyside and offers an instant remedy.
Terry Wills rues Albion’s inability to score at Stoke.
This October half-term, families from across the Black Country are invited to take part in a number of free workshops at West Bromwich arts centre, The Public.
Terry Wills on a quiet week at the Hawthorns.
Terry Wills talks about the in-form Albion.
Terry Wills on the varying emotions suffered by an Albion supporter last week.
Terry Wills watches as Albion contribute to the sacking of Paolo di Canio. Sunderland – and a day to remember in more ways than one. Naturally the media in general concentrated on the antics of Paulo Di Canio, who at the end of the game complied with my wishes that he’d leave the Hawthorns still rooted at…
Award-winning comic to top bill.
Terry Wills on Albion’s next, and last, games.
Contributions sought for gallery exhibition.
News from the Hawthorns, by Terry Wills.
Troubled gallery breaks visitor records.
Terry Wills looks forward to the start of another new season at the Hawthorns.
The Public in West Bromwich have teamed up with SWEDA, an organisation which champions youth enterprise, to develop a Creative Network for young people.
Festival of free street theatre comes to West Bromwich.
Since the launch of the New Square Shopping Centre on Thursday 11 July, visitors to The Public have dramatically increased – up 55% on the same period the previous week.
This Summer The Public becomes Fun Factory – a place where art, fun and entertainment come together.
The Public to be part of a nationwide celebration of music in communities