Stephen Pennell talks to Brummie film maker George Francis.
Simon Hale gets caught up in the latest production of the Rocky Horror Show.
New rail line the catalyst for introduction of rare species.
Villa book a Wembley date after a dramatic night at the Hawthorns. Dave Woodhall reports.
Richard Lutz watches dance fusion between east and west.
New paper showcases real-world solutions to the UK’s grand challenges.
Motion to be put to full council calling for action on environment.
Red carpet treatment as stylish charity ball raises £29,000 for children and families.
Richard Lutz grabs a barstool for a 3D version of the original Mother of Invention.
Global music distributor to provide headline sponsorship.
Voluntary groups to stage recruitment drive for new recruits.
Passengers and staff to be shown the importance of aviation safety.
Four days, five years and fifty bars for cocktail extravaganza.
Jewellery Quarter-inspired Garden to feature at BBC Gardeners’ World Live/
Boost for Birmingham’s premier lifestyle complex.
Dave Woodhall watches as Villa beat Albion in the first leg of the Championship play-offs.
City art gallery presents debut collection by local artist.
American artist set for Kings Heath date.
Richard Lutz takes a pew for a 300 year-old sex comedy that’s still alive and kicking.
£11.8 million business support to help businesses address skills issues.
Unveiling follows funding campaign aided by university.
Sandwell care organisation CEO wins Asian Women of Achievement Public Service Award.
Annual event continues to raise money for cancer charity.
Alzheimer’s Society first to benefit from new initiative.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for a play about Afghanistan’s enduring nightmare.
West Midlands needs to lead Green Revolution creating jobs and cutting poverty – claim.
Nature Valley Classic brings the best to Birmingham.
Picnic and a play to show the effects of sea pollution.
Tournament said to be worth £32.1 million from international visitors, ticket sales and matchday spending.
Dance night with a difference to continue.