Health concerns lead to secrecy arrangements for Birmingham excursion.
Survey shows Birmingham people want to make new career plans after Covid 19.
Will Mapplebeck points the way to his Number One choice for best documentary.
Simon Hale views the CBSO’s latest digital offering.
NHS pressure group slams hospital management tactics.
Blues win at Middlesbrough to cheer up Andy Munro.
Stephen Pennell attempts to explain diss tracks to the older generation.
Tony Iommi talks Black Sabbath as band’s bench reinstalled in Birmingham.
Birmingham manufacturers urged to have their say on life after Brexit.
Competitions available online for pupils to access in school or from home.
Essential work to take place ahead of 2022 re-opening.
Taskforce continues support through lockdown.
Covid-19 emergency fund reopened to help community projects survive.
Baths site to be converted into centre for business.
Friction Arts in line for Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation’s Award for Civic Arts Organisations.
Hospice urges business community to support vital services throughout 2021.
Call for removal of dangerous phone boxes.
Richard Lutz reports on a £20 million shortfall for the reopening of the Camp Hill rail line.
“A real light at the end of the tunnel” after lockdown.
Lecturer aiming to enable primary school pupils to access online lessons.
Young media executive aims for success in ITV’s Studio 55 Ventures.
Community group launches training schemes to boost employment chances.
Food boxes not the solution, says school meals service boss.
Stephen Pennell listens to another impressive release from another impressive Birmingham musician.
University launches building blocks for smart city futures.
£250,000 upgrade gives back community centre to Quinton.
West Midlands Railway unveils amended timetable to keep key workers moving.
Equity funding will enable boost in research and development.
Supporting students into Tech roles during a pandemic.
Blues are knocked out of the FA Cup by Manchester City as Andy Munro watches.