Doorstep History programme 45

This programme comes to you from Centenary Square in the centre of Birmingham on the day it was officially reopened following a near £15 million redevelopment. Other stories you may like! .vc_custom_1419329305433{background-color: rgba(0,0,0,0.5) !important;*background-color: rgb(0,0,0) !important;} June 8, 2019Doorstep History programme 44 June 2019 – Part Two June 8, 2019Doorstep History programme 44 June 2019 [...]

Doorstep History Programme 41 October 2018

This extra length edition of Doorstep History features the remarkable story of Ladywood born Thomas Waldin who went to fight in World War I.  He was severely injured on the Western Front and invalided home. The story of what happened to him in the trenches, and during and after his recovery represents a great example [...]

Doorstep History Programme 38 – July 2018

This edition of Doorstep History comes to you from The Roundhouse, the former stables on Sheepcote Street. We look at the history of the building and learn about the exciting plans for the future. A recent visitor to the stables was Joey, best known as the star of the Hippodrome's stage production of Warhorse, a [...]

Doorstep History October 2017

This edition of Doorstep History is presented from the police lock up on Steelhouse Lane and looks at the plans for the future of the building and includes interviews with attendees at an Open Day held in October 2017. There is a feature on PC Snipe, a policeman who killed whilst serving his community 120 [...]

Doorstep History S4, Ep5

Doorstep History S4, Ep5 This week we feature the controversy about the old tree on Broad St, which maybe demolished to make way for the metro and redeveloped Centenary Square. We also look at an exhibition about West Bromwich in WWII