Amari and Hannah were at the opening of the 2014 Christmas markets in Victoria Square.
The Queen’s Relay Baton passed through Birmingham on its way to the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. TNT News caught up with former swimming champion Adam Ruckwood, the man who carried the baton, and we also spoke to the Lord Mayor of Birmingham.
Diana, The Princess of Wales, officially re-opened Victoria Square in May 1993. It was the end of a major redevelopment of the area that TNT followed from the start. We filmed the construction of the ‘Floozie in the Jacuzzi’, the renovation of the statue of Queen Victoria and look out for a dog called.Ebony. 20 […]
Some of the latest stories in brief featuring the Olympic torch on Spring Hill, the Armed Forced Day Parade and HM The Queen’s visit to Victoria Square. There is also a look back to events from this month in history including dancing diggers at Brindleyplace (1992), a litter pick by pupils from Ladywood School (1989) […]
The Queen reigns over us and the rain rained over us too, but that didn’t stop TNT ‘s soggy reporters filming many of the Diamond Jubilee events in June 2012. Look out for the picnic at Oratory Primary School, the Big Picnic held indoors at St Philip’s Cathedral and the Bank Holiday Monday procession from […]
230 soldiers representing five Regiments of the army were in Victoria Square to receive the Freedom of the City. It was Birmingham’s way of saying thank you to them for the work they do in this country and overseas. We interviewed the Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Councillor Anita Ward, and her son Lance Sergeant Vince Hockley. He was badly […]
In this edition we celebrate Armed Forces Day with film of the Veterans’ Parade in Centenary Square. There is an interview with World War II veteran Ron Needle, who was in a Lancaster bomber that crashed in France in 1945. He has since been back to the site and met the people who rescued him […]
TNT attended the opening of the Frankfurt Christmas Market which is based in Victoria Square. Stalls go along New Street and extend across Chamberlain Square, Centenary Way and into Centenary Square. Why not go along and join in the Christmas fun!