Adam Green attempts an alcohol-free month, and the real birthplace of the Olympic movement
Why The Move never earned any royalties on their song Flowers in the Rain.
Ayo Akinwolere investigates the unwanted text messages recieved by people all over the UK.
Best-selling author Lee Child talks about getting young boys into reading.
An investigation into postal fraud and the criminals hijacking cards and pins.
The team report on the pack of wolves who are living in Shropshire.
The mounting evidence concerning the long-term impact of head injuries in sport.
Ayo Akinwolere examines plans to reduce air pollutants in Birmingham.
Investigating the upcoming mayoral elections, looking at the list of candidates.
How one leading supermarket's special offers are not quite what they seem.
Nick Owen meets Black Sabbath as they embark on their final live tour.
How the Cold War was being fought in the Midlands half a century ago.
Veteran radio presenter Ed Doolan reveals his daily battle with dementia.
The stories of staff who have devoted their lives to the NHS.
Ayo Akinwolere investigates the growing street food scene for Inside Out West Midlands.
Ayo Akinwolere investigates diabetes and the scale of the challenge it presents to the NHS
The programme joins police cracking down on the dangerous uninsured drivers on the roads.
The secret Birmingham warehouse which houses all of the country's wills.
The lessons learned at the Midlands zoo that housed the PG Tips chimps.
The story of forgotten arist Margaret Rope, who gave up painting to become a nun.
Ayo Akinwolere investigates fly-tipping and the best ways to tackle it.
Ayo Akinwolere takes a look at some of the more unusual stories around the region.
Why was the West Midlands the country's most pro-Brexit region?
The programme exposes an unlicensed trade in Botox.
Following one young doctor as she chooses between hospital medicine and becoming a GP.
The programme investigates the trade in antique guns.
Are children getting a raw deal in some Midlands schools?
The programme reveals the story behind the oldest copy of the Qu'ran in existence.
A report on why doctors are campaigning for a simple change over lithium batteries.
71-year-old Angela Rippon's driving skills are assessed, with surprising results.