“In Conversation With …”

In Conversation With …

This is a series of recorded one-to-one conversations with leading figures in our community, which is published on a CRS YouTube Channel. The link for the recording is provided to full CRS members with current subscriptions by email, but they may also request the link using the Contact form here. If you are not yet a member, please go here.


[CRS ICW 05] will be recorded on 20th December, 2021, when CRS Committee Member Andrew Kisumba will be in conversation with Henrietta Brearley, the new CEO of Birmingham Chamber of Commerce. The recording of this will be emailed to members with current subscriptions shortly after this date. If you are a current CRS member and would like to suggest a topic for this Conversation, please use the form below.

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[CRS ICW 04] on 11th November 2021, Peter Arnold, CRS Chair, was in conversation with Mary Keating of ‘Brutiful Birmingham‘, discussing the Brutalist style of architecture. The recording of this will be emailed to members with current subscriptions.


[CRS ICW 03] on 21st September 2021, Peter Arnold, CRS Chair, will be in conversation with Mr Haydn Cooper, the new Chief Executive of Calthorpe Estates. The link for the recording for this has been emailed emailed to members with current subscriptions. You may request it using the Contact form if you are a subscribing member. The video has been viewed over 140 times.


[CRS ICW 02] On 12th July 2021, John Worwood (CRS nominee on the LCT Committee) was in conversation with Dr Andrew Hardie, Chair of the Lapal Canal Trust. The link for the recording was emailed to subscribing members on 14.07.21. You may request it using the Contact form if you are a subscribing member.


[CRS ICW 01] On 18th May, 2021, our Chairman, Peter Arnold, was in conversation with Cllr Waseem Zaffar about the Birmingham Clean Air Zone (CAZ), which came into force on 1st June 2021. The recording link has been emailed to CRS members and has been viewed 137 times (as of 13.07.21), but you may request it using the Contact form if you are a subscribing member.