Audio clips, full programmes and best bits from the past week on BBC WM 95.6.
BBC WM presenter Daz Hale reveals he's been off work after suffering a mini stroke.
Blues manager Lee Clark is convinced they can avoid the drop despite another home defeat.
Adrian Goldberg hosts a special BBC WM investigation.
Birmingham Mail columnist Maureen Messent says she doesn't understand people's anger.
Julie Hambleton says she wants a fresh investigation into the Birmingham Pub Bombings.
Tahir Alam, chair of governors of Park View Education Trust speaks to Adrian Goldberg.
Widow of West Bromwich Albion legend Jeff Astle is campaigning for answers from the FA.
Caroline Martin discusses the sensitive topic of FGM: Female Genital Mutilation
ELO founder and Birmingham legend Jeff Lynne talks about his life and getting a 'star'.
Birmingham City boss Lee Clark takes fans' questions in an exclusive football forum.
Pete Morgan discusses the fall-out from a pizza row and council cuts in Woverhampton.
A row has broken out over Wolverhampton City Council cuts, and pizza spending.
Leader of Birmingham City Council Sir Albert Bore talks about selling off the NEC Group
BBC WM 95.6 listener Nathan Black shares his kidney transplant story with Pete Morgan.
A terminally ill Midlands father tells Pete Morgan about his plans to help his daughter.
Deidre Kelly, the 'star' of Benefits Street, talks to Adrian Goldberg about the show.