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Nationwide
(1-25 of 68)

Nationwide
"Sisters"
60s
9 Jan 2018
Flo and Joan demonstrate that it's okay to slag off your own siblings, but heaven help anyone unrelated who has a go at them.

Nationwide
"Small Small House"
60s
1 Jan 2018
Flo and Joan return with another musical offering for Nationwide.

Nationwide
"Flo & Joan"
60s
1 Jan 2018
Comedy duo Flo and Joan sing us through the Crimbo Limbo; that strange hinterland between the uphill effort of Christmas and the summit that is New Year's Eve.

Nationwide
"Nic"
60s
9 Oct 2017
Nationwide change the pace of their long-running poetic campaign with this ad featuring Nic.

Nationwide
"3AM"
20s
7 Sep 2017
Laurie Ogden and Toby Campion continue waxing lyrical about friendship in this train station photo booth.

Nationwide
"Pals"
60s
7 Sep 2017
Poet Laurie Odgen helped deliver one of the high points of this Nationwide campaign with her Mother's Day piece.

Nationwide
"Pasta Bake"
20s
27 Aug 2017
A young man anticipates moving away from home in this timely ad from Nationwide.

Nationwide
"Armbands"
60s
22 Aug 2017
Mancunian poet Mike Garry reveals his unorthodox approach to swimming lessons in this Nationwide ad.

Nationwide
"Results Day"
20s
30 Jul 2017
Nationwide expand the 'Class of 2017' incarnation of their long-running poetic series.

Nationwide
"Generation Z"
60s
26 Jul 2017
Nationwide's poetic campaign sees Tyreece Akwasi Asamoah ruminating on the media's portrayal of 'Generation Z'.

Nationwide
"Spending Spree"
60s
23 Jul 2017
Poet and shopaholic Daniel Piper preaches caution when filling your online shopping basket.

Nationwide
"Squirrelled Away"
20s
11 Jul 2017
The quality of verse on offer in Nationwide's poetic campaign varies, and this isn't one of its stronger outings.

Nationwide
"Iona Lee"
60s
3 Jul 2017
Poet Iona Lee takes a break from her museum visit for this ode to saving.

Nationwide
"A Lesson in Loyalty"
60s
16 Jun 2017
Joy France ruminates on loyalty in Nationwide's latest poetic outing.

Nationwide
"My Sons"
60s
18 May 2017
Matt Harvey returns with another fresh perspective on 'the good old days' for Nationwide.

Nationwide
"Wow"
20s
10 May 2017
Another poetic ad from Nationwide sees Matt Harvey explaining why the good old days were... not that great.

Nationwide
"A Home of His Own"
60s
29 Mar 2017
Nationwide's poetic campaign continues with poet Heather Wastie's reflection on her son moving out and buying his first house.

Nationwide
"Two Teas"
20s
26 Mar 2017
Another short burst of poetry on behalf of the Nationwide, this time from the aptly-named SugarJ Poet.

Nationwide
"Mother's Day"
2 mins
26 Mar 2017
Th latest instalment in VCCP's campaign for Nationwide featuring young poets is a really moving piece of work.

Nationwide
"Us Two"
60s
12 Mar 2017
Another instalment of Nationwide's poetic campaign sees further rumination on moving in with a partner.

Nationwide
"Trust Me Mum"
20s
13 Feb 2017
Having waxed lyrical about keys last time out, Isadora now wants a little faith.

Nationwide
"Toby"
20s
1 Feb 2017
This is an off-beat addition to Nationwide’s ongoing poetry slam.

Nationwide
"Building a Building Society"
60s
30 Jan 2017
Nationwide change tack with their poetry campaign by focusing on their history.

Nationwide
"ITV Documentary Sponsorship"
53s
18 Jan 2017
Nationwide give a voice to some budding poets as the building society sponsor ITV’s documentary strand.

Nationwide
"Solemates"
20s
12 Jan 2017
It's the little things that matter when sharing a home, according to Laurie Bolger.


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