The first ever Lichfield Rocks festival raised over £2,500 for St Giles Hospice in Whittington.
Hotel Teatro presents the fantastic well loved story, George’s Marvellous Medicine at Artrix.
This week Laurence Inman is in an arboreal mood.
Have you ever looked around this wonderful building? Time to do so.
“Have a safe and enjoyable carnival” is the police message to anyone attending Sunday’s Handsworth festivities.
Dave Woodhall talks to Andy Fraser, bass player with Free and inadvertent seller of blockbuster films.
There’s good news for a local museum.
A Midlands-based polar explorer is encouraging local businesses to take advantage of a new high-tech facility in the region.
Shappi Khorsandi is one of the hottest comedy prospects in the country. She is back with a brand new show for 2013: Live
Motorists are being urged by a road safety charity to concentrate at all times following the case of a driver who killed a cyclist while she was altering her satnav.
This film from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) investigates Suburban Birmingham
A Community Garden and oasis for wildlife, in Edgbaston, has been recognised as one of the best community run green spaces in the country
After more than 10 years of fundraising and development, Birmingham Conservation Trust has announced that work is starting on the city’s newest heritage attraction.
Engineers from Birmingham-based building services provider J S Wright turned to pedal power to raise an impressive £1,525 for the British Heart Foundation.
A cheque worth over £1,000 has been presented to the Mayor of Wolverhampton in support of her designated charities.
There’s definitely some unusual events taking place.
From wartime classrooms to building your own glider, the RAF Museum at Cosford has plenty going on during the summer holidays.
Advice on staying healthy from medical experts.
Andy Munro gets some pre-season training at St Andrews.
With no forecast of snow for the area, Sunday 28th July will be a good day to enjoy one of the glorious gardens of the Cotswolds.
Terry Wills looks forward to the start of another new season at the Hawthorns.
Young people join ‘gangs’ in response to a multitude of hardships and the role of the family should not be exaggerated or stigmatised, says a team of criminologists at London Metropolitan University.
Birmingham Airport has today published its response to the Airports Commission’s challenge to deliver aviation capacity in the long-term.
Birmingham Repertory Theatre re-opens to the public following its major refurbishment with the sell-out National Theatre production of Alan Bennett’s new play, People.
A University of Wolverhampton member of staff has retired after more than 40 years of service for the institution.
Maureen Lipman returns to Birmingham Repertory Theatre this October in a brand new play by Oliver Cotton, Daytona.
Retail Birmingham will be brightening the streets of the city centre with a month long programme of ‘Street Performance Saturdays’
Laurence Inman has seen a secret memo and, in true Wikileaks fashion, reveals its contents just prior to his arrest.
Dedicated teachers and staff who clocked up a combined total of more than 560 years at Aldridge School have said goodbye to the longest serving member of staff.
Special home-town show for stunning cinematic folk septet The Old Dance School, as part of their UK tour, to be recorded for live release.