Today ITV turns 60 years old and we've been delving into our archives to find some of the funniest bits from ITV News Central over the years.
Since 1955 we've never shied away from telling the more quirkier stories - as you can see form the clip above.
We'll be celebrating tonight ITV News Central at 6pm so tune in to see more from our archive.
What are the most dramatic soap moments you can remember? Did you ever appear on one of our famous gameshows? Is there a funny blooper which still makes you chuckle?
We delve into the ITV archives on this our 60th birthday, as we celebrate six decades of broadcasting to our viewers in the Central region.Read the full story ›
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ITV is celebrating 60 years today and we'd like to hear your memories of the shows you've enjoyed over the years. What are the most dramatic soap moments you can remember? Did you ever appear on one of our famous gameshows? Is there a funny blooper which still makes you chuckle?
Over the years some of ITV's unforgettable shows were made by ATV, Central and Carlton Television.
From our Nottingham studios in Lenton Lane came gameshows like Supermarket Sweep, Blockbusters and Family Fortunes.
From Birmingham came talent show New Faces, and of course the unforgettable soap Crossroads.
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Former South Derbyshire MP Edwina Currie is to enter the 'I'm A Celebrity..Get Me Out Of Here' jungle.
The 68-year-old says she probably won't be seen as a motherly figure in the camp as it is "not her national reputation".
I will quite possibly tell them if they are annoying me. Or you can pull a face or a gesture. It really does depend what they are doing. I will only get cross with those who don’t try. If you sign up to do something like this show, then you have to do your best. If anyone is pulling a fast one or letting the side down, then they might get a tongue-lashing. On the other hand, if they are really upset, I hope I am sympathetic.
The Midlands had three big winners at the Pride of Britain awards this year - including the first one ever given posthumously. That went to teenage cancer patient Stephen Sutton, who raised millions of pounds before he died earlier this year.
Our other two winners were a ten year-old girl and and a foster mother in her sixties. Andy Bevan reports.
It was Strictly stardom for our most senior winner at The Pride of Britain Awards last night.
Betty McGlinchey, who lives in Coventry, has been a foster mum extraordinaire. She has looked after more than 1,200 children over 34 years, offering them a loving home when they needed it most.
Sir Bruce Forsyth presented Betty with the Good Morning Britain Local Hero Award.
Tune into ITV at 8pm this evening to watch Sir Bruce lead her into an impromptu waltz across the stage.
The mother of Stephen Sutton said he 'would have loved it' at last night's Pride of Britain awards ceremony in London.
Jane Sutton, who collected a posthumous Pride of Britain award with other family members on his behalf, said: "He would have been laughing knowing that I was up there on the stage because he knew how much I didn't like the limelight."
The 19 year-old, from Burntwood in Staffordshire, raised more than £5 million for the Teenage Cancer Trust before he died of bowel cancer in May.
Stephen Sutton's former Headteacher has said the teenage cancer campaigner has made a fantastic contribution to the country.
Stuart Jones made the comments as Stephen's family attended a ceremony in London last night to collect the first ever posthumous Pride of Britain award.