Look Who's Talking
Look Who's Talking, introduced by Derek Batey, started life in 1972 as a local programme in the Border area. Introduced to bring theatre personalities into the homes of viewers. It was deemed so successful that it was soon networked across ITV. The first guest in 1972 was Ken Dodd by the way.
Right clip - The end credits to Look Whos' Talking. Don't you just love that music!
Mr & Mrs
The Husband and Wife quiz game first came to Border in 1967, again introduced by Derek Batey (Busy Man). Again the programme was first shown locally in the Border region.
Mr & Mrs
A slightly corny version of the opening titles in 1986, full of wedding emblems.
Filmed in the Border TV car park
The Big 40
Border celebrated their 40th Birthday with this series looking back through their archives. The programme began with this rather weird Border Mega-Mix!
A music and youth tv show from Border Television
The Groovy Fellars
Short lived comedy series produced by Border Television for Channel Four.
Rowland Rivon plays an alien martian who meets Jools Holland, an out of work tv presenter who shows the martian what life is like in Britain. They both go off on adventures around the country in a stolen Rolls Royce. A brilliant series with observational comedy at it's best.