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On This Day
(1-25 of 25)

Mercedes-Benz
"Space To Think"
60s
18 Feb 2005


Walkers
"McFly"
40s
18 Feb 2005


Diet Coke
"Hello You"
60s
18 Feb 2009
On the very night that Duffy cleans up at The Brits, the Welsh singer cycles through this Diet Coke ad.

Dulux
"Pink"
60s
18 Feb 2013
Another in this excellent series for the paint supplier which aims to demonstrate to us how a change of dcor can have far-reaching implications.

Sony PlayStation
"Experience More Together"
80s
18 Feb 2014
Sony Playstation's clever blend of hi-tech tension, comedy tight spots and cameraderie is a winner.

VW Tiguan
"Parachute"
30s
18 Feb 2014
Another lovely ad in the series demonstrating that there's a reason why the VW Tiguan isn't dirt cheap.

Scotblood
"Sarah"
40s
18 Feb 2014
This impressive ad for Scotblood focuses on a young man whose girlfriend needs a rare blood type.

Ginsters
"The Joke"
30s
18 Feb 2014
A chap decides to tell a joke in front of his girlfriend's bosses... will it go horribly wrong or will Ginsters save the day?

Cadbury Dairy Milk
"Seven Flavours of Keith"
60s
18 Feb 2015
This 60" edit allows a proper look at the Busby Berkeley-style antics as a collection of six Keith wannabes join their hero in some beautifully choreographed office nonsense.

Asics
"Want It More"
60s
18 Feb 2016
Respected sports brand Asics has been quietly working out over the past few years to get bigger and buffer.

Subaru
"Parents' Imagination"
60s
18 Feb 2019
Parental paranoia is the order of the day in this hard-hitting American commercial for Subaru.

The Times/The Sunday Times
"Politics. Tamed."
40s
18 Feb 2019
This 40" ad for The Times and The Sunday Times transforms the House of Commons into a den of - by no means limited to - snakes, sheep, and vultures.

Kingsmill Bread
"Enthusiastic Children"
60s
18 Feb 2007


Apple
"Restarting"
35s
18 Feb 2007


Yoplait Yop
"Dem Bones"
30s
18 Feb 2007


The Brit Awards
"Joining In"
30s
14 Feb 2008
One of the statuettes wonders if he'll be allowed to join in when bands are on stage.

Friends
"Mean Words"
60s
18 Feb 2008
Touching film from Sweden promoting a charity which assists children who are victims of bullying.

Kellogg's Nutri Grain Bars
"Bakey Cakiness"
30s
18 Feb 2008
A young man being examined by a 'doctor' reveals that he gets a weird feelings around 11.00 and 4.00.

Vauxhall
"Pit Stop"
40s
18 Feb 2008
While Dad visits the forecourt shop, Mum and the children make adjustments to the advertised car.

Partnership For A Drug Free America
"Problem"
30s
18 Feb 2009
A teenage boy visibly drags around the burden of his drug-use in this American spot which reminds the younger generation of their responsibilities.

Motorola
"Music & You"
90s
18 Feb 2009
An amusing viral for Motorola has a pair of young men taking a journey inside the body of someone using the advertised device as an MP3 player.

Road Safety (Ulster)
"Pay Attention"
40s
18 Feb 2010
Another film form Northern Ireland showing an extremely violent road accidents to remind people to drive carefully.

Domino's Pizza
"Meltdown Rescue"
30s
18 Feb 2010
The Fire Brigade are required to hose down a man whose been indulging in the latest hot offering from Domino's.

Lloyds TSB
"C4 Weather Sponsorship"
20s
18 Feb 2010
CGI has been used to flesh out the animation for this pair of bumpers advertising the sponsorship of Channel 4's weather broadcasts.

The Car People
"No Sales People"
30s
18 Feb 2013
This is actually a pretty persuasive piece of communication disguised as something a bit more humdrum.


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