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Movie Review: Tony Benn: Will And Testament (12A)
Graham Young reviews Tony Benn: Will And Testament
Movie Review: Dolphin Tale 2 (U)
Graham Young reviews new movie Dolphin Tale 2, starring Morgan Freeman.
Movie Review: Gone Girl (18)
Graham Young reviews new movie Gone Girl, starring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike.
Movie Review: Pride (15)
Graham Young reviews Pride, starring Paddy Considine, Bill Nighy and Imelda Staunton.
Movie Review: The Riot Club (15)
Graham Young reviews The Riot Club, starring Sam Claflin and Max Irons.
Movie Review: The Equalizer (15)
Damon Smith reviews The Equalizer, starring Denzel Washington and Chloe Grace Moretz.
Movie Review: Maps To The Stars (18)
Graham Young reviews new movie Maps To The Stars, starring Julianne Moore and John Cusack.
Movie Review: What We Did On Our Holiday (12A)
Graham Young reviews new movie What We Did On Our Holiday, starring David Tennant and Rosamund Pike.
Movie Review: Deliver Us From Evil (15)
Jerry Bruckheimer has changed track to produce a contemporary supernatural horror thriller supposedly based on the life of a New York police officer.
Movie Review: Blood Ties (15)
This is Coventry-born Clive Owen's most ambitious role to date at the heart of a crime thriller set in Brooklyn, 1974.
Movie Review: Two Days, One Night (15)
Marion Cotillard is always the character, never the star - so she's perfectly at home in this low-budget social realism drama about a mother-of-two faced with losing her job at a solar panel factory.
Movie Review: What If (15)
Daniel Radcliffe now steps up to the plate in a heartwarming story about a young man trying to be just good friends with a girl.
Movie Review: Lucy (15)
Lucy is Luc Besson's best directing effort in 20 years with the hard-working Scarlett Johansson on top form as an unwittingly kidnapped girl who becomes a drug mule.
Movie Review: Into The Storm (12A)
Graham Young reviews Hollywood's latest disaster movie Into The Storm (12A).
Birmingham actor Samuel Anderson becomes the Time Lord's new sidekick in Doctor Who
Doctor Who returns with a new Time Lord and a new sidekick - Birmingham actor Samuel Anderson. He tells Roz Laws about joining the cast
Pictured: The moment Lauren Bacall confronted Birmingham theatre critic after hitting him with her umbrella
Lauren Bacall took umbrage with Richard Edmonds over his review of her performance in a show at Birmingham Hippodrome
Movie Review: The Unbeatables (U)
Graham Young reviews curious animation The Unbeatables.
Movie Review: God's Pocket (15)
Graham Young reviews new film God's Pocket starring the late screen star Philip Seymour Hoffman, in one of his final performances.
Movie Review: The Congress (15)
Graham Young reviews new film The Congress starring Robin Wright.
Movie Review: Hector And The Search For Happiness (15)
Graham Young reviews new film Hector And The Search For Happiness starring Simon Pegg and Rosamund Pike.
Movie Review: The Expendables 3 (12A)
Wisecracking their way through impossibly situations and shooting at anything that moves, The Expendables battle terrorists as if it's one big laugh.
Movie Review: Planes: Fire And Rescue 3D (U)
Graham Young reviews Planes: Fire And Rescue 3D.
Movie Review: All This Mayhem (15)
This is a stunning new skateboard documentary from the producers of Senna and Exit Through The Gift Shop.
Movie Review: Step Up 5: All In (PG)
Graham Young reviews part five in the Step Up film series, Step Up 5: All In (PG).
What's On News
This is when The Ivy restaurant will open in Birmingham
The swanky London restaurant will open a branch in Temple Row in spring 2018
Film & TV
Peter Howitt takes control for big screen return
It's 20 years since Peter Howitt bid farewell to his recurring role as Joey, the eldest of the Boswell children in Carla Lane's fondly remembered sitcom, Bread.
Julian Lloyd Webber is selling his Stradivarius after being forced to retire
Julian Lloyd Webber says he wants to see his rare cello go to a good home as he can no longer play it himself
Review: Solihull Choral Society does Mozart Requiem and Vespers
The choral society gave a strong performance at Olton Friary
What's On News
New Colmore Row restaurant set to bring a taste of Brazil to Birmingham
Colmore Row's sizzling restaurant scene is to get a Brazilian
Music & Nightlife
Inspired by art that captured the mystical in the landscape
Composer Philip Sawyers will see another premiere of his work, The Valley of Vision, performed next week.
Plans for new cinema and restaurants scrapped
Developers regenerating Longbridge opt for a third supermarket in south Birmingham town after leisure complex proposals hampered by 'market conditions'
Birmingham Royal Ballet
Birmingham Royal Ballet chief steps down
Jan Teo is leaving the post after just over two years and is replaced by a former director of Orlando Ballet
New kitchen designer to open at the Mailbox
Harvey Jones Kitchens will join the boutique mall's growing portfolio of home furnishing retailers
Birmingham Symphony Hall
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra takes pride in its country and its composers
The much loved Czech Philharmonic Orchestra is heading to Symphony Hall
Sutton Coldfield green belt proposals - first reactions to new 5,500-home plan
The Langley Sutton Coldfield Consortium held two public engagement meetings this week with more to come
Work restarts on stalled city centre office development
Collapse of Carillion in January brought construction of One Chamberlain Square to a halt but new contractor has now been installed to complete the project
Birmingham Labour Party pledge to end rough sleeping if re-elected in May
They will also add charge to promotional events in the city to pay for extra homeless services
Sutton Coldfield police station already at risk from bypass plan
Commissioner says the building was at risk anyway and insists a replacement building will be found
MPs fight decision to deny legal aid again to pub bombing families
They will explain why families need funding for their legal challenge, in an hour-long debate
New chief executive for Bournville Village Trust
One of the city's oldest housing charities has recruited a new head
Pun times at launch of the Post's rapidly growing digital cousin
Birmingham Live took over Mama Roux’s in Digbeth for an evening of music, comedy and street food
Birmingham Live launch event
Birmingham Live launch event
Birmingham tech firm secures £1m in new investment
Voxpopme is agreed cash for equity deal with Warwickshire investor Mercia Technologies
MIPIM 2018: Birmingham Post supplement reflects on global property conference
Special pullout looks at some of the major stories and projects which were unveiled during annual conference in the south of France