B:Festive this Christmas and New Year at Town Hall and Symphony Hall.
Handsworth’s Grosvenor Road Studios receives over a quarter of a million pounds of funding.
‘The forgotten Goon’ honoured at Symphony Hall.
Here’s your chance to visit BBC Gardeners’ World Live and Good Food Show Summer – free.
All-day celebration of Eurovision Song Contest finals at top Birmingham music bar.
Celebrating Bob Warman’s 50 years in television.
Jessica Harris visits a TV spin-off at the Midland Arts Centre.
Talking to cellist, educator and broadcaster Julian Lloyd Webber.
Tributes paid to much-loved local broadcaster.
Alan Partridge, in the words of Steve Coogan.
Dancer and TV ‘bad guy’ Craig Revel Horwood talks about his life and work.
Sneak preview of Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby.
MAC makes Christmas merry and bright with festive event line-up.
Fundraising taking place as Pride celebrations begin.
Helping West Midlands creative talent into jobs.
Increased Black representation in programme making to be at the forefront of change.
Tie-up will enable global audiences to appreciate Birmingham’s orchestra.
Birmingham star introduces scholarship for arts training.
Dave Woodhall talks to broadcasting legend Bob Harris.
TV and radio presenter helps raise funds for town hall restoration.
“Line of Duty and Peaky Blinders put Birmingham back on the map” – Nigel Boyle.
BBC investment in Birmingham and West Midlands applauded by media expert.
Aston Hall to be the setting for TV favourite.
BritAsia fund launches new creative collaboration.
Enrolment now open to help meet demand for expanding industry.
Richard Lutz witnesses a digital war over the information we crave.
Don’t let coronavirus keep you from enjoying the thrill of the turf.
Richard Lutz heads for a city break.
Andy Munro has a bit of a moan.
Will Mapplebeck points the way to his Number One choice for best documentary.