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.
Do you still watch TV in black and white? Let us know via firstname.lastname@example.org - we'd love to hear from you.
Plymouth diver Tom Daley has created a lot of interest by posting a picture on Instagram of him cooking.
The image shows the Olympic bronze medallist frying a full English breakfast in a specially segmented frying pan.
It's clocked up more than 47,000 likes with some fans wanting to get their hands on the gadget. Tom's fiance, Dustin Lance Black, has posted his own picture showing him about to tuck into the finished result.
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A Facebook campaign to get an overturned van awarded World Heritage status has been scuppered.
The vehicle had been in a ditch by the A30 at Ludgvan for so long, locals launched the bid to get it the same status as the City of Bath or the Pyramids.
But today the spoof plans were ruined when a recovery lorry picked up the white van and took it to a scrapyard.
It could be argued that this was the ultimate aim of the campaigners anyway!
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The sixth short film in our series documenting the lives of those who work on the seas around North Devon.Read the full story ›
An amateur surfer from Devon conquers one of the world's biggest wavesRead the full story ›