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Great music, your calls and Saturday fun with Richie Anderson.
Start your weekend the best way, with music, news and weather.
The Reggae Show: Dedications and messages to friends and family with Tracey Ward.
Sunny and Shay sit in. You never know what will happen, but it will make you smile.
Join Caroline Martin for your weekday lunchtime calls and stories.
Your views on the day's big conversation. Call 08081 00 99 56.
Join Alex for up-to-the-minute news, weather and travel for the West Midlands.
Michael Grant tells Robert Beckford how Bob Marley's Exodus changed his life.
West Midlands Paramedic Natasha Starkey explains how she copes with harrowing scenes.
Dub poet Benjamin Zephaniah tells Robert Beckford about the moment that changed his life.
Told Ade he was happy with the setup of the team during his 6 games in charge.
Told Luke any decisions made will be done in West Bromwich Albion's interest.
Says the championship will be tough and he hasn’t decided on a set style for the team.
Daz Hale has finding out how friendly people are in Birmingham.
With a comprehensive round-up of the day's news, sport and travel.
Jenny Wilkes plays the best in Northern Soul, Motown, Atlantic, Stax and Philly.
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Graham Torrington meets the man who stopped an axeman in Birmingham City Centre.
Helen Lederer meets Craig Deeley from Birmingham. With strong language and adult themes.
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