Sharp-eyed viewers have noticed something is different about the way ITV News Anglia looks at the moment.
The nightly news programme for the East of England is currently being presented from a temporary studio which is normally a storage warehouse for television equipment.
The reason - the regular studio is being kitted out with a brand-new set to bring ITV News Anglia into line with the rest of the ITV network news.
Click below to watch a time-lapse sequence of the new ITV News Anglia set being constructed
ITV News Anglia presenters Becky Jago and Jonathan Wills take you behind-the-scenes in the old and new studios - click on the video below
Anglia Television has running regional news bulletins since the station joined the ITV network on 27 October 1959. The commercial television service for the East of England came on-air four years after ITV started in London.
The fore-runner of ITV News Anglia was About Anglia which started in 1960 and ran for thirty years.
In 1990 the news service split east and west with separate news bulletins produced for the two halves of the Anglia region.
One programme covers Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk with the other for Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Northamptonshire and Milton Keynes. Cambridgeshire is covered in both programmes because of transmitter overlap.
The first regional news bulletin on Anglia Television was transmitted at 6.05pm on the first day of broadcasting. It was presented by 'Sandy' Newman Sanders.
When the news magazine programme About Anglia started in May 1960 it was twice weekly but within months was on-air every night of the week. Its first presenter was Dick Joice who went on to front many more Anglia Television programmes over the years.
Among the Anglia reporters and presenter who went on to become famous faces nationally were Chris Kelly, Anne Gregg, Bob Wellings and Judy Finnegan.
Prince Philip and Prince Charles are the members of the Royal Family who have been interviewed in the About Anglia studio while Bob Hope, James Stewart and Neil Armstrong were famous American visitors.
Watch a montage of vintage About Anglia programme titles sequences by clicking below