Birmingham Heritage Week starts today
Birmingham Heritage Week starts today

Birmingham Heritage Week (8th-18th September) starts today so the city will be buzzing with dozens of events and opportunities to discover more about the people who made the city.
History West Midlands   You can uncover more about your Heritage now with History West Midlands.
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Oratory in Birmingham Oratory in Birmingham

Speeches made in Birmingham that changed Britain and the world. Then, as now, the city provided a political platform for new ideas.

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Lunar men: Friends who made the future Lunar Men: Friends who made the future

Meet the famous men - Watt, Boulton, Darwin, Priestly, Wedgwood and others - who met to discuss new ideas and experiment with the revolutionary technology and science which shaped the Industrial Revolution and modern Britain.

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Art and Industry: The 1851 Exhibition The power of steam Green spaces, landscapes and gardens Fortunes of War Chamberlain: Man, politician and icon
Art and Industry: The 1851 Exhibition The Power of Steam Green spaces, landscapes and gardens Fortunes of War: The West Midlands at the time of Waterloo Chamberlain: Man, politician and icon
The Word in the West Midlands Moving into the West Midlands Glass & Glassmaking The Anglo-Saxons and Mercia West Midlands Enlightenment
The Word in the West Midlands Moving into the West Midlands Glass & Glassmaking The Anglo-Saxons & Mercia The West Midlands Enlightenment
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Our films on Birmingham history and heritage

William Bloye – Birmingham and Black Country Lives Celebrating 300 years of faith in Birmingham – The Church which became a Cathedral A place of art for 200 years – Royal Birmingham Society of Artists
William Bloye - Birmingham and Black Country Lives Celebrating 300 years of faith in Birmingham - The Church which became a Cathedral A place of art for 200 years - Royal Birmingham Society of Artists
Joseph Chamberlain – Man, Politician and Icon The Lunar Society Trail: Following the men who made the modern world Julius Alfred Chatwin – Birmingham and Black Country Lives
Joseph Chamberlain - Man, Politician and Icon The Lunar Society Trail: Following the men who made the modern world Julius Alfred Chatwin - Birmingham and Black Country Lives
 
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Walk around Birmingham with Carl Chinn

Exploring Birmingham’s Centenary Square with Carl Chinn   Becoming a Brummie – A sound journey of a family’s move to Birmingham   Walking with Carl Chinn: In Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter
Exploring Birmingham's Centenary Square with Carl Chinn   Walking with Carl Chinn: In Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter   Becoming a Brummie: A family's move to Birmingham
 
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