A Border Television TV Guide from 1961 is to be auctioned in Carlisle today.
The small piece of Border TV history was found in a house clearance where it had been hidden in a box for more than 50 years.
The September 1st edition transports us back to a time a few years before colour TV would have been in many homes.
It features programmes including Wrestling with Big Daddy, Western TV series Cheyanne, The Avengers and of course Coronation Street.
Experts say they have no idea how much the guide, which will be auctioned at H&H Auction Room, will be sold for.
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A former MSP in the Borders has made his maiden speech in the House of Lords and had very kind words to say about ITV Border.
Jeremy Purvis, now Baron Purvis of Tweed, used to represent Tweeddale, Ettrick and Lauderdale for the Liberal Democrats.
He has now become the second youngest member of the House of Lords and spoke today in a debate on broadcasting in which he praised Lookaround and its loyal audience.
ITV News has announced that Peter MacMahon is joining ITV Border as Political Editor.
Peter is one of Scotland's most experienced political journalists.
He has been with 'The Scotsman' since 2005 working across the Scottish Government and Business briefs before rising to the rank of Deputy Editor.
ITV Border's news programme, Lookaround, will return to covering solely the south of Scotland and Cumbria this autumn with 30 minutes of local news each weekday.
Some members of staff from ITV Border have been backing the 'From the Heart' campaign.
John Bevir and Matthew Taylor, who both work for ITV Border, are backing the 'From the Heart' campaign.
The ITV campaign is aiming to encourage more people to sign up as organ donors.
Matthew Taylor said:
" I believe that everyone has a duty to think of those who are in desperate need. If you are able to save a life then I think it is an easy decision to make."