Richard Lutz wanders down a Cotswold path to stumble upon a bit of hidden history
Richard Lutz walked into his first newsroom 40 years ago today – 2 June, 1975. He revisits his entry into journalism that began a slow rise to mediocrity.
The question was; what to do on a dank Sunday in February for a day out without spending loads of dosh? And here’s the answer: A trip to RAF Museum Cosford.
Andy Goff and some of his relatives joined a large crowd to watch the official opening of a WWI arboretum.
To commemorate the start of the First World War Andy Goff went to France and Belgium
The Drum Arts Centre Black History Month theme commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of what has been regarded, as the most iconic American speech of the 20th century
There’s good news for a local museum.
This film from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) investigates Suburban Birmingham
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.
A £1 million project to digitise BT’s historical collection of photos and documents is set to bring 165 years of UK telecoms heritage to the public’s fingertips today
Big names play charity concert.
Alan Clawley with a reminder that when the architects in John Madin’s office were working up plans for a new central library for Birmingham, they were also designing one for Redditch.
If you’ve ever fancied a go at archaeology, here’s your chance.
Birmingham Press reader Dr Ron Dawson has sent a message aimed at schools and musicians across Birmingham.
There’ll be plenty to eat and drink at the end of the month at RAF Cosford
2013 Festival of Archaeology encourages public to get ‘hands on with history’
The Friends of Moseley Road Baths have published their book about the history of Moseley Road Baths
Who’d have thought archaeology and knitting would knit one, pearl one
All the attention today is on the future of Birmingham International Airport but it’s interesting to reflect on its past when it was known just as Elmdon Airport, writes Alan Clawley.
Fans of The Kinks are being invited to come and get Kinky in King’s Heath on Sunday 7 July and celebrate a legendary performance by the group at the former Ritz Ballroom
Dave Woodhall comments on the latest blow to local-themed radio.
Looking for something to do tomorrow? Here’s the solution.
The Midlands based rail champion, Campaign for Rail will be holding its inaugural Annual General Meeting tomorrow at the Atrium, Moor Street Station
Paganel Primary School students have been working with Library of Birmingham Outreach and Archive service to collect, record, archive and catalogue the history of the school and community.
Today, the University of Wolverhampton officially marks 21 years since it received university status.
Book review: Alan Clawley reviews Matthew Boulton – selling what all the world desires
In 2010 The World Monuments Fund added Dudley Zoo’s collection of 1930s concrete buildings to its ‘at risk’ register.
On Sunday 9 June, over 100 cyclists will take to the streets of Birmingham for the 3nd annual Big Vintage Ride.
The seventh annual Birmingham Lives Local History Fair takes place this coming Sunday, June 9th between 11:00-16:00.
Our resident raver Terry Wills reports on the current production of sixties musical Carnaby Street.