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On This Day
(1-25 of 25)

Adidas
"No Sad Big Smile"
90s
16 Feb 2009
An intriguing film depicting the life of a young entrepreneur in Japan who runs a Break-Up Service.

Fayrouz
"Diner"
90s
16 Feb 2009
Everyone in a bar is gripped by ennui as they go through the same old same old in this intriguingly and attractively filmed ad.

Co-op Supermarkets
"Blowing In The Wind"
2 mins 30s
16 Feb 2009
For a few terrifying moments, DAVID thought this was an ad for an energy company but, thankfully, Bob Dylan's Blowing In The Wind has not been used for that.

PG Tips
"Pyramid Bag"
30s
16 Feb 2009
Monkey and Al went, er, off the boil for a bit last year but they're back in top notch form lately.

Stop The Traffik
"School"
50s
16 Feb 2010
This film which warns about human trafficking builds a genuinely sinister atmosphere before unleashing a scene of unflinching violence.

Territorial Army
"Live"
50s
16 Feb 2013
This is one in a series of ads for the TA, but anyone seeing it as a stand-alone will wonder what they've stumbled upon.

Booking.com
"Booking.yeah"
60s
16 Feb 2014
Whatever you want in a hotel, you'll find it with Booking.com as this ad - with its delightfully silly script - explains.

VW
"Bill the Boss"
60s
16 Feb 2015
Bill is the boss of a business that relies on its fleet of VW vans, and this observer's view of his behaviour during an average day suggests he's a gentle chap.

Booking.com
"Hero"
75s
16 Feb 2015
It may not have the indisputably brilliant VO by Peter Serafinowicz, but this ad for Booking.com has everything else.

The Today Programme
"Spinal"
40s
16 Feb 2015
One of three superb spots for Radio 4, highlighting some of the discussions and topics that arise on the Today programme.

Honda
"Keep Up"
40s
16 Feb 2015
With verve and flair, Honda once again announces that it is the brand of innovation and imagination.

Volvic
"Eruption"
80s
16 Feb 2016
This impressive commercial for Volvic tells the story of a young footballer needing to summon courage beyond his years to achieve glory.

National Lottery GameStore
"Farmer"
20s
16 Feb 2016
This agreeably silly commercial for the National Lottery's line of GameStore amusements has an off-screen man asking a couple of women if they fancy being shown around a farmer's market.

National Geographic Channel
"The Story of God"
60s
16 Feb 2016
Morgan Freeman presents 'The Story of God' for the National Geographic Channel, but its the cinematic quality of this trail that grabs our attention.

Anchor Milk
"Go Strong"
77s
16 Feb 2016
This impressive spot from New Zealand for Anchor Milk features a host of real-life folk sharing their stories.

Android
"Monotune"
2 mins
16 Feb 2016
In this spot, Android uses a brilliantly simple and effective concept to demonstrate the importance of difference in all areas of life.

Taco Bell
"Web of Fries"
90s
16 Feb 2018
Josh Duhamel bites off more than he can chew in this entertaining Taco Bell commercial.

Pepsi Max Cino
"Anything Goes"
30s
16 Feb 2006


Apple iPod
"Jazz"
30s
16 Feb 2006


Barclays
"Hover Phone"
30s
16 Feb 2006


Pepsi Max Cino
"Anything Goes"
40s
16 Feb 2006


Comic Relief
"Ricky Gervais"
45s
16 Feb 2007


Citroën
"Snow Motion"
30s
16 Feb 2009
The French car manufacturer have come up with a punny new technological advance called "snow motion".

Walkers
"Fish And Chips"
20s
16 Feb 2009
A broadcast promoting Fish & Chips in the competition has Gary Lineker reeling someone dressed as a fish as it walks along the beach.

Nicotinell
"Gag Breaks"
90s
16 Feb 2009
Young comedians Ed Weeks and Tom Bell take gag breaks instead of fag breaks in this series of bumpers.


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