Portrait of Handsworth riot in 1985 - Pogus Caesar
Birmingham film maker and photographer Pogus Caesar found himself in the centre of the 1985 riots and spent two days capturing a series of startling images.
Revd Peter Thomas Stanford,
This film documents the story of Birmingham's first black Baptist minister, Revd Peter Thomas Stanford. Stanford was born into slavery in the American South.
Here to Stay
The role of the Asian Resource Centre in Handsworth and community worker Ranjit Sondhi, 1978
Homeless in Handsworth
Profile of the Handsworth Single Homeless Action Group, with Dave Butchere, 1983
Made in Birmingham: Reggae Punk Bhangra
Reggae, punk and bhangra musicians discuss their distinctive musical styles and reflect on how music has played its own role in fostering a new sense of collective identity in the city, 2010
Soho Melody was a community project funded by English Heritage in partnership with Radio to Go, which aimed to tell the story of Soho Road and Handsworth over the last 50 years, 2010
One Mile Away
A documentary film about attempts by two warring gangs in inner-city Birmingham to bring peace to their neighbourhoods, 2013
BBC TV series, 1978-9