Andy Munro has a bit of a moan.
Richard Lutz reports on the latest Capitol Crimes.
Steve Beauchampé chides the BBC over its coverage of Labour’s anti-semitism row.
Sir Howard Elston writes:
Academy and Creative Skillset partner up for exciting new production training programme.
Region prepares for tourism boost from latest Peaky Blinders series.
Richard Lutz ploughs through the detritus of the past seven days.
City will help showcase the Bard’s work to the world.
Decline of the invisible city – Part 4: Manchester, the BBC and beyond
Drama Village celebrates tenth anniversary with Doctors special.
Spot the difference in BBC coverage.
BBC Birmingham takes on the Festival of Code for the third year running.
BBC Radio 4 Listening Project Booth comes to the West Midlands.
Richard Lutz gazes into his flatscreen and sees only seedy shenanigans
“This is the place to be” says director-general.
Concern over “huge gap” between BBC’s income and spending in the Midlands.
Richard Lutz watched the squirming of the BBC moguls at the Public Accounts Committee hearing yesterday and wasn’t impressed.
This week Channel 4 News doorstepped the former BBC boss Mark Thompson and rattled him by continually asking how much he knew about the appalling Jimmy Savile (sorry… Sir Jimmy Savile) case.
Andy Munro adds to the growing controversy about Carl Chinn’s dismissal from Radio WM.
Carl Chinn makes his feelings known about the controversial decision to scrap his radio show.
Dave Woodhall comments on the latest blow to local-themed radio.
20 new jobs are being created for local people as a result.
Midlands Co-operative sees baking sales rise as bread-baking program inspires customers
Steve Beauchampé doesn’t like what he’s hearing on the airwaves.
SIR HOWARD ELSTON, our diplomatic reporter, with the latest on a mass break out of inquiries. Sources deep within MI6, the CIA and The Kremlin have confirmed to me that the BBC inquiry, the Stafford Hospital scandal inquiry, the Libdem non sex scandal inquiry, the Scottish priest furore and the horsemeat investigation are all…
An award winning journalist is to give a lecture to staff, students and guests at the University of Wolverhampton – the first in his new post.
Talented students on Coventry University’s globally-renowned automotive and transport design course worked with the BBC’s Top Gear show to design the smallest car in the world, as driven by Jeremy Clarkson
Students on Coventry University’s music technology course gained a fascinating insight into working in the music and recording sector when they heard from a panel of industry heavyweights.
Sir Howard Elston, our diplomatic correspondent, today has been named the new director general of the BBC.
Solihull School student Natasha Browne is to lead a debate for the West Midlands in the House of Commons.