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Showcasing local artists and keeping you up to date with the region's arts scene.
Keith is joined by Louise Shriane, Jim Fisher and Christopher Ward, 100 years on.
Tom McGuinness from The Manfreds and The Blues Band joins Keith for a chat.
Matthew Hart from the English National Ballet joins Keith before he comes to Birmingham.
Elliott Webb sits in to showcase local artists and the region's arts scene.
Frank Collins from Arrival, Blind Dave Heeley and Nick Sullivan of MUSCOM join Keith.
Keith talks to Seán Cannon of the Dubliners as they celebrate their 50th Anniversary.
West End star Helena Blackman, who is coming to The Birmingham Conservatoire joins Keith
Arlene Phillips and Max Boyce will join Keith Middleton.
Heidi Briggs of English Heritage with what's happening in the West Midlands in February.
Psychologist Dr Pam Spurr and Sarah-Jane Buckley from 'The Eva Cassidy Story' join Keith
Joseph Piercy joins Keith Middleton looking at whether men turn into their dads.
Keith talks to psychologist Dr Linda Papadopoulos and smart phone expert Kevin Mahaffey.
Nick Pope and Tipitina's Debbie Jones join Keith ahead of the New Year...
Donna Dawson joins Keith with advice on how to find that elusive perfect present.
Keith's joined by Camilla Dallerup and 'Grease' stars Carina Gillespie & Jason Capewell
Andrew Glester, producer of the super-cool classical spectacular 'Polar' joins Keith
Wendy Salisbury reveals which toyboy inspired her first novel Blood On The Sand.
John Ramsey, President of The University of Birmingham Gilbert & Sullivan Society.
Louise Shriane tells Keith about 'The Producers', which is coming to The Alexandra Theatre
Glen Joseph, who plays the lead role in Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story, joins Keith.