Nearly 50 years on from the first colour TV service, people in the West Country are still watching black and white television with nearly 400 licences in force.
But they're not alone, according to the latest figures from TV Licensing South West, more than 9000 people across the UK are still watching in black and white.
There are 85 mono licences still in force in Bristol alone. It's one of the top ten cities for people still watching in black and white.
Do you watch TV in black and white? Let us know via firstname.lastname@example.org - we'd love to hear from you.
The Cheltenham house featuring Banksy's 'Spy Booth' mural has gone on sale.Read the full story ›
Justin Bieber, Ed Sheeran and Eminem are among the names being lined up to officially open Bristol City's rebuilt Ashton Gate stadium.
Bristol Sport say they're in discussion with agents to bring 'the biggest names in the music industry' to the stadium.
We've been in discussions with recording artist D-Jukes and Sophia May from USUK Promotions and other major music agents, to bring the biggest names in the music industry to the stadium and further promote the city of Bristol.
It's expected to be finished for the start of the football season in August, with the idea that some huge concerts will take place in 2017.
A village in Somerset has laid claim to be the kindest community in the country after carrying out more than 800 random acts of kindness.Read the full story ›
A woman's romantic treasure hunt for her Somerset boyfriend which took him on a 230-mile quest is going viral.Read the full story ›
Little William was heartbroken when Freddie went missing in November - but he turned up 70 miles away giving him the best Xmas present ever.Read the full story ›
A doggy day of celebration as five dogs from Wiltshire (and their handlers) pass search dog course.Read the full story ›
TV presenter Noel Edmonds has surprised a mum in Bristol with a huge pile of Christmas presents as part of a festive giveaway.Read the full story ›
ITV News has exclusively been told that the Bristol artist Banksy who brought the crowds to Weston-super-Mare this summer for his Dismaland exhibition is leaving a piece of it behind.
Dismaland was a huge success this summer and the artist plans to leave a lasting legacy at the former Tropicana centre. The huge pinwheel will soon be put back up - complete with sand!
This year's Turnip Prize - Somerset's alternative to the Turner Prize - has been won with a tribute to Bristol artist BanksyRead the full story ›