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PODCAST - MARK DENTON

Towards the end of last year, it was DAVID REVIEWS's absolute pleasure to spend a day with Mark Denton wandering around the London haunts which are meaningful to him.

Starting off at the site of the scrapyard in Peckham once owned and run by his family, we visited an array of places in the capital as Mark described his career.

Mark was candid, funny, reflective and extremely honest as he described how he became one of most influential figures in advertising by peddling hard and continually searching for new ways of expressing himself.

Grab some headphones and join us on the streets of London for an extraordinary journey.


The David Reviews podcasts would not be possible without the wonderful people at String & Tins. They provide studio facilities, a brilliant sound engineer, editing assistance, invaluable advice and unbeatable hospitality.
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JAMES BURNS

James Burns - now a director at Archer's Mark - is a remarkable talent with an astonishing backstory.


VAUGHAN & ANTHEA

In our latest podcast we speak to the greatest directorial partnerships of them all - Vaughan & Anthea.


MARK DENTON

Ad industry legend Mark Denton discusses his career as he wanders around London with DAVID's Jason Stone.


PARK VILLAGE

Following his appearance at October's CraftWorks, legendary director Roger Woodburn was joined in the String & Tins studio by the equally legendary Peter Webb.


BEN WALKER

Alongside Matt Gooden - his partner of twenty-seven years - Ben Walker has created some of the best commercials of all time. In this podcast, he discusses his career and Who Wot Why - the start-up he recently co-founded.


BROWN BROTHERS

Fergus and Ewen Brown describe their journey from rural Scotland to seedy Soho.


NILS LEONARD

Nils Leonard stepped into the String & Tins studio to offer his verdict on the advertising industry and explain how brands can save the world.


BEN PRIEST

Ben Priest walks and talks through his career.


THE PRODUCTION SERVICE SECTOR.

We gathered four people who work in the production service sector to shine a light on their world.


THE SOCIAL MEDIA BACKLASH.

Our latest podcast examines the social media backlash faced by Pepsi and McDonald's in the last few weeks.


MAY 2017 CRAFTWORKS.

The morning after the May 2017 CraftWorks show, 76 director Alan Friel and Just So's Matt Diegan joined DAVID to pick through the bones.


APRIL 2017 CRAFTWORKS.

Owing to a few technical problems, we're only just releasing this recording made the morning after the April CraftWorks.


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Homespun Yarns' call for entries was announced at March's CraftWorks show and a few days later, we recorded a special podcast with Tim Hardy, Dan Collins and Thomas Ralph.


MARCH 2017 CRAFTWORKS.

Listen to Kate Dale, Jane Bolton and Will Cohen waxing lyrically about last week's CraftWorks.


THE GLITTERING PRIZES.

Advertising people notoriously festoon themselves with prizes but does this help to improve the work? DAVID asked Mark Denton, Paul Burke and Emer Stamp.


FEBRUARY 2017 CRAFTWORKS.

The morning after February's CraftWorks, Jason Stone was joined by Sarah Clift, Elisa Chami-Castaldi and Charlie Crompton to talk through the event.


AN HOUR WITH ALMA HAR'EL.

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For our latest podcast, we asked comedians Simon Evans, Alice Frazer and Dan Antopolski to offer their verdict on this year's Christmas commercials.


BREXIT AND TRUMP.

In our inaugural podcasts, we asked Dave Trott, Chaka Sobhani, Vicki Maguire and Guardian journalist Deborah Orr for their take on this year's political turmoil.


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