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.
Birmingham City University experts claim £11 billion investment can deliver massive returns.
University develops world’s first Covid-19 digital safety certificate to protect suppliers and consumers.
First-year theatre students create online DIY drama classes for parents and children.
St Basils to benefit from novel fundraiser.
HRH Prince of Wales presents historic establishment with prestigious honour.
New report reveals thousands of transport manufacturing jobs at risk from a hard Brexit.
Display inspired by Glastonbury anniversary.
“Very special student” honoured at Birmingham City University.
Opera Nation, a free new training programme for young people, launches.
Rare and unseen British TV footage to be shown at anniversary event.
Dance Hub Birmingham – a step change for dance.
Birmingham graduate offers advice to budding film makers.
Students introduced to the heritage of the city’s music scene.
Birmingham’s contribution to global metal music to be explored at major public symposium.
Local college schooling teachers with brand new diploma in education programme.
Plans unveiled for redeveloped Alexander Stadium to become new home for university’s sports courses.
New education hub to boost higher education access for Birmingham’s young people.
Local contractors key to boosting economic benefits of major sporting events, says new research.
Nile Rodgers delivers surprise keynote speech to University songwriting network.
Community initiative gains wide support.
Acclaimed singer honoured by Birmingham City University.
Artificial intelligence may be used to reveal secrets behind traditional folk music dating back thousands of years.
Rare Beatles performance amongst rescued footage to be shown again.
Music education could keep disengaged young people in school, research says.
Fifth anniversary of groundbreaking cinema event.