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Warburtons
"Keith Chegwin"
10s
17 November 2015
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Et tu, Cheggars? The diminutive, unemployed TV presenter has apparently broken away from his daily routine of stealing jokes on Twitter (and then blocking anyone who has temerity to expose him for doing it) in order to spend time bothering Jonathan Warburton in a bid to plead his case to be the celebrity in the next ad.

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Warburtons
"Keith Chegwin"
10s
17 Nov 2015
Et tu, Cheggars? The diminutive, unemployed TV presenter has apparently broken away from his daily routine of stealing jokes on Twitter (and then blocking anyone who has temerity to expose him for doing it) in order to spend time bothering Jonathan Warburton in a bid to plead his case to be the celebrity in the next ad.

Warburtons
"Louis Walsh"
10s
17 Nov 2015
Louis Walsh may have narrowly missed out on a stay in the Australian jungle for 'I'm A Celebrity...' but he hasn't missed out on a namecheck in the latest teaser for Warburton's. The colourful Irish music mogul has apparently been harassing poor Jonathan Warburton on a daily basis... the fiend. Do celebrities have to give their permission to be mentioned like this? Do they get a fee?

Warburtons
"Gareth Gates"
10s
13 Nov 2015
According to this brief teaser, Gareth Gates is pressing his case to be the next celebrity to take part in a spectacular Warburtons commercial... though - in truth - he may merely be angling for a tour of the bakery as the ad suggests. It raises the question: who can follow Sylvester Stallone and The Muppets? Our money's on Vladimir Putin.

Warburtons
"The Muppets"
2 mins
14 Nov 2015
The Muppet Show's recent revival on Sky doesn't seem to have caught the public's imagination particularly, but that might change when they get a look at the new ad for Warburton's featuring Kermit and the crew. It opens with Kermit the Frog (or "Mr the Frog" as he's formally introduced) turning up at the offices of Jonathan Warburton. Like Sylvester Stallone before him, Kermit wants to pitch an idea to the baking supremo.

Warburtons
"The Deliverers"
1 min 50s
11 Apr 2015
It isn't really possible to be a 68 year old action hero unless you have a pretty good sense of humour and - throughout his acting career - Sylvester Stallone has frequently shown both a desire and an ability to produce decent comedy performances. Even so, it was a bold move by Warburtons to invite the Hollywood superstar to front their spectacular new commercial and there must have been a degree of nervousness among those paying for this extravaganza.

RAF
"As One"
30s
1 Sep 2014
If you're considering a job in the armed forces - even as a reservist - this spot makes a pretty convincing case for the RAF. Taking the example of a humanitarian crisis it lists the different roles of those who need to be involved; and using a series of short edits shows those roles in action. It has gravitas, urgency and the sense that your presence is also required - and after all, you could do worse in life than be a hero helping others, couldn't you?

Royal Navy
"Kit"
30s
30 Dec 2011
This film inviting us to join the Royal Navy appears to be aimed at gadget fiends. All manner of "kit" is available to the engineers aboard the vessels that defend our coastline and you get to play with them if you join the Navy.

The Sun on Sunday
"Ball"
20s
18 Aug 2011
Another helping of the winning animation style which manages to suggest that football coverage in The Sun is quite refined. It isn't, of course, but try telling that to the many who excuse themselves for buying it because of its sports coverage.

The Sun on Sunday
"Here's Your Chance"
20s
7 Aug 2011
More of the watercolour style animation used so captivatingly in the previous ads in this campaign. After scoring a goal, a player celebrates with his teammates and his manager raises his arms into the air while Ian Wright Wright Wright talks about the fans as the 'managers in the stands'.

The Sun on Sunday
"Football League Tickets"
20s
26 Jul 2011
More impressive visuals from Richard Swarbrick as Ian Wright reveals that punters can get hold of a pair of tickets for a football league match for just 9.50. We hope that viewers note that Wright says 'fooball league' and not 'football premiership'... otherwise there's going to be tears.

The Sun on Sunday
"Rooney's Overhead Kick"
30s
26 Jul 2011
Richard Swarbrick's fascinating animation technique creates a new way of looking at an immensely special goal scored by Wayne Rooney. As Terry Venables describes it, animated figures reconstruct the goal itself and its majesty is relived.

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