Think Pink to raise awareness.
Spring season announced for Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.
Artists meet students, business leaders, politicians and dignitaries.
New UB40 line-up captured at Birmingham City University media production facilities.
Comedian Sideman talks about overcoming adversity as part of Get ready for uni: live.
Street art still a crucial medium to express solidarity and hope, says Birmingham academic.
Increased Black representation in programme making to be at the forefront of change.
Life-changing STEM opportunity for Black Country mother of five.
Music industries expert warns delay to lifting restrictions could lead to financial collapse.
The Fashademix aims to stimulate debate and opinion.
“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.
More dates added to free Conservatoire series.
Degree course available for potential undergraduate.
Birmingham City University aiming to address post-Grenfell skills shortage concerns.
Lecturer aiming to enable primary school pupils to access online lessons.
University launches building blocks for smart city futures.
UK music venues and festivals face a “second consecutive year of silence”.
Applications now open for life-changing opportunity.
Student Nurse of the Year pays tribute to fellow healthcare workers after scooping top award.
Dr Shirley Thompson appointed Interim Principal of Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.
Former cabinet minister gives keynote speech at Birmingham conference.
Government’s threat to break international law has “eroded trust and risks poisoning relations.”
“Birmingham cannot be regarded as a Covid hotspot,” says visiting professor John Clancy.
Prestigious university status awarded in recognition of successful tenure.
Pioneering European project to give Viking and Irish languages new life through music.
Research project Harkive returns to explore music listening in a time of pandemic.
Build, Build, Build welcomed but “more must be done, using home building as basis”.
Researchers call for contributions from industry, musicians and fans.
City computing students take on support roles at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospitals.