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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (March 7, 2019)

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'All my players are stars, and together they make a galaxy' The Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra is coming to Birmingham under the baton of 'Honourary Scouser' Vasily Petrenko, who talks to our chief music critic, CHRISTOPHER MORLEY. Concert review 706
'He was a force of nature' Tributes to 'saviour' of JLR and titan of West Midlands industry and education. 512
'Separate body parts'. 226
'Thousands owe their livelihoods to the professor'. 232
'Will is there to end bin strike' vows council boss; Peace talks continue after High Court injunction is rejected. 423
10,000 more police needed to fight knife crime anarchy; Force bosses demand investment in extra officers and better youth services. 574
2.9% rise in council tax as Solihull passes budget. 302
A boogie night with the stars of yesteryear! The Seventies disco scene is being revived at the NEC. MARTIN HUTCHINSON chats to one of the acts. 560
Accountant lived high life thanks to PS400,000 fraud; Crook and wife jailed after HUGEVAT scam. 454
Ad ban for Cadbury's. 147
Add a POP of colour; Hot off the interiors runway, here's how to shuffle those shades for a colourful style shake-up, says SAM WYLIE-HARRIS. 872
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 358
An adventure to beat any computer game; DAISY FOX and family decide it's high time for some excitement at Butlin's Skegness. 999
AsYou like It; REVIEW. 388
Baggies are set to lay out the welcome Matt. 525
Ball game turns to brawl game. 187
BEAUTY BUZZ; THE LATEST PRODUCTS & GLAMOUR GOSSIP. 127
Better picture that puts our voters on the map. 913
BOOK REVIEW. 446
Businesses have chance to create role models and change lives. 534
Chance to explore cultural roots was dream come true; Trumpet player and composer Yasmeen Ahmed's year-long fellowship with Town Hall Symphony Hall's Jazzlines resulted in her performing in Bahrain. Yasmeen, known as Yazz, talks to DIANE PARKES. 1090
Classmates told me pop stardom was Out Of Reach; Singer-songwriter Gabrielle has sold over five million records in the UK alone and has two Brits, two MOBOs and an Ivor Novello award to her name. Not bad for a girl who was mocked by her classmates. She talks to LAUREN MORTON ahead of her Brum gig. 882
colman cuts the mustard. 336
Conor goes from zero to Villan to silence boos. 273
Councillor 'astounded' as as Labour deselects her. 343
Country estate with first class equine facilities. 432
Crash-for-cash scam: 2 arrests in huge PS100k insurance fraud; Cars seized after FiveWays island shunts. 144
Criminals linked to gangs hired as guards in prisons. 410
Deciding to join Isis is an act of treason; Letters. 130
Defining achievements leave huge legacy. 446
Denis Matthews Centenary Celebration Concert; REVIEW. 311
Disclaimer to eat out proves a real Enigma. 371
Don't turn justice into a holiday camp. 350
Drag requires you to be your best at all times while also trying to be better than everyone else; RUPAUL'S DRAG RACE WINNER JERICK HOFFER IS LETTING ALTER-EGO JINKX MONSOON LOOSE ON BRITAIN. MARION McMULLEN DISCOVERS WHAT'S IN STORE. 925
Dragonboats take to canal in fundraiser. 180
Duke unveils city park memorial TOTUNISIA terror victims. 313
EVERYBODY KNOWS [...]. 128
EVERYONE'S INVITED; Here comes the bride... and the crowds... and the photographers. MARION MCMULLEN looks at how some celebrities have managed to, very publicly, tie the knot over the years. 919
Father jailed for 16 years after acid attack on son, 3. 428
Female mechanic drives point home. 264
Firm hits backs at claim it's been telling porkies over snack. 422
Games could be hit by Brexit - but keep calm and carry on. 582
Georgian stunner with separate coach house. 349
Give binmen's jobs to those on dole; Letters. 106
Go off grid in Lanzarote; SIMON MURFITT takes a green break in a red hot Canary Islands destination. 946
Growing backlash over M42 service station plan. 312
HOLDING OUT FOR A HEROINE. 552
Home town gig marks anniversary; Coventry folk singer Kevin Dempsey is hoping to see some familiar faces on Sunday. He talks to DAVE FREAK. 688
How I reached top of the food chain; Renowned chef Purnell reveals how apprenticeship put him on right path. 660
How I reached top of the food chain; Renowned chef Purnell reveals how apprenticeship put him on right path. 644
HOW TO INCREASE YOUR FIBRE INTAKE. 183
HS2 project still on track despite fears over cost. 390
I do like exploring female rage, you know...it's very much there; The Aftermath sees Keira Knightley star as Rachael Morgan, the wife of a British colonel living in 1946 post-war Germany. The actress tells GEORGIA HUMPHREYS about the film's powerful themes, and how she approached the emotive role. 1043
I was given an opportunity to do something I really love; Apprenticeship case study: Becky Weaver. 339
Iconic carmaker Morgan sold to Italian investors; Blow for fans of true British motor brands. 333
Indian cuisine all gets lumped together... but the sub-continent is as big as Europe; MASTERCHEF FINALIST SAIRA HAMILTON WANTS PEOPLE TO UNDERSTAND THE UNIQUE NATURE OF BANGLADESHI. 1671
Industrial estate plan. 123
It's best to tech a little help on your run the a the; Make the miles go faster with these handy apps and podcasts, says LIZ CONNOR. 845
Lack of women in boardroom 'limits potential' of companies; Just one in five board members in Birmingham are female, research finds. 478
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 228
Looks aren't everything, as Forester owners well know! Subaru 4x4 trades style for interior space and refinement, writes EDWARD STEPHENS. 552
M&G move to purchase Aston unit. 175
Magical magnolias; THEY COME IN MANY SHAPES, SIZES AND SHADES BUT MAGNOLIAS ARE UNIFORMLY MAGNIFICENT. 649
MAID TO MEASURE; KATIE WRIGHT finds bridesmaid frocks that rock - and won't break the bank. 408
May treating people as 'fools' with Brexit 'bribe'. 700
Mayor opens new-look Mills & Reeve office. 356
Meinhardt opens first city office. 173
Midlands Engine to sell an international message. 424
Morrison after a final push for top-two spot. 301
MPs' tweet to PM May: 'F*** your little extras' Phillips four-letter blast over early school closing on Friday. 597
New apprenticeship awards to salute region's rising stars. 508
New deal paves way to build 580 flats for rent. 426
New school plan condemned as old one set to be bulldozed. 364
Old Post Office delivers a quiet life on waterside. 427
Online recipe business sold to Samsung. 187
ONTHE RADAR. 277
PLANT OF THE WEEK. 105
PS80m Metro budget overrun will pay for itself. 288
RAISE A GLASS. 539
Retail sales slow down. 134
Road junction where doctor was killed gets PS1.5m upgrade. 318
Rogue traders target elderly carer. 314
Saving for your offspring is not child's play. 641
School stops LGBT lessons as parents withdraw children; Anger as Muslim community revolt grows. 605
Sex, religion and a political dilemma. 911
Shop blockers killing high street; Owners refuse to sell derelict units as others left in limbo, says councillor. 861
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 249
Sinfonia of Birmingham [...]; REVIEWS. 508
Smith gives a Steer on Jed's input. 306
Sometimes sport can be the loneliest place in the world; Opening up about depression has been vital for Dame Kelly Holmes, who's determined to pass on what she's learned. She talks to GABRIELLE FAGAN. 1114
SOUND bites; ALL THE LATEST GIG NEWS. 391
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 378
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 213
Stop Brexit - it's going to cost lives; Letters. 283
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 375
The 12-year-old with genius in his DNA. 424
THE KINDERGARTEN TEACHER [...]. 159
The stars are out for Birmingham's very own Moodie; After being inducted into America's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame John Lodge is set to be honoured by his home city. The Moody Blues star talks to GEOFF FORD. 1196
Time for home truths: Houses built in factories are the answer. 1053
Tried & Tested; HAIR DUOS. 187
Trump's fortunes could start to flag under 'abuses' inquiry; STATESIDE. 602
Try this at home; This season's backstage beauty looks are surprisingly wearable, KATIE WRIGHT discovers. 640
Turning ideas into a successful business is tough, but start-up workshops will help. 566
Two men arrested in PS100,000 crash-for-cash insurance scam; Pair suspected of fraud and dangerous driving after shunts at FiveWays island. 572
Tyrone has eye on the run-in and insists: All to play for! 591
University's revamped Old Gym is now fit for today's students. 287
Veteran who lived through 680-mile death march gets medals... aged 98. 1055
Voting for May deal would ruin Labour; Letters. 149
WATCH AT HOME three to see; Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 340
WE DIDN'T WANT TO RUSH BACK; WE HAD TO GET IT RIGHT; The hugely anticipated second season of American Gods - based on Neil Gaiman's bestselling novel - is nearly upon us. Georgia Humphreys chats to stars Ricky Whittle and Emily Browning wouldn't ON THE SCREEN SMALL. 527
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 121
Why Blues' EFL hearing is about way more than a points deduction. 1400
Why flying solo could be good for the soul; LAUREN TAYLOR shares the joys of travelling alone. 813
Wife who laundered cash also jailed. 138
Wilberforce's links should be honoured; Letters. 130
Winning medals was the most important thing in my life and now it's not; Cycling legend Sir Chris Hoy talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about new goals and how his perspective has changed since becoming a father. 986
Wish you were here? M5 viaduct works prove real tourist trap. 502
Wow... Kate's right hand man joined tribute band; I must be Dreaming, thought pianist and Kate Bush fanatic Michael Mayell as he toured with Del Palmer, the man who played a big part in her success. He talks to ADRIAN CAFFERY. 785
WPC recalls chaos of pub bomb; First officer on scene questioned over whether priority was search or evacuate. 420
You'd wobble on Corrie's cobbles in those boots; Standfirst in here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here Interstate BlackCondensed upper case ROZ LAWS reports. 1062

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