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'Foxes'
8 March 2024 30s
Fox populi.
by Andrew MacGregor

DAVID got the fright of his life the other day when he looked out the window and saw one of the bin lids flap up and down for several minutes. Was it a rat? A squirrel? A poltergeist? It's quiet now, but rest assured he will keep you posted on further developments. Now that is frontline journalism.

Even the BBC understand what DAVID's up against. Part two of 'Things We Love', a spiritual successor to 'Creature Comforts', stars a family of foxes that love to sit and chat after raiding the bins. Surrounded by leftovers and takeaway containers, the Brummie cast discuss their favourite programme, 'MasterChef'.

In a classic Aardman flourish, one fox dives into 66B's bin to reveal his signature dish: a Caesar salad comprised of bones, rotten leaves, and, erm, flies. Bon appétit!

Product Category: TV Stations

Territory: UK


agency
BBC Creative
CD: Susan Ayton
Creative: Paul Bailey / Russell Hendrie
Snr Producer: Rachel Roberts
production
Aardman Animation
Director: Rich Webber
Producer: Danny Gallagher
DOP: Sam Morris
Prod Design: Helen Javes
Editor: Michael Percival
Animator: Darren Thomson / Lee Wilton
sound
Factory Studios
Sound: James Utting

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BBC
'Foxes'
8 March 2024 30s

Fox populi.

DAVID got the fright of his life the other day when he looked out the window and saw one of the bin lids flap up and down for several minutes. Was it a rat? A squirrel? A poltergeist? It's quiet now, but rest assured he will keep you posted on further developments. Now that is frontline journalism.

Even the BBC understand what DAVID's up against. Part two of 'Things We Love', a spiritual successor to 'Creature Comforts', stars a family of foxes that love to sit and chat after raiding the bins. Surrounded by leftovers and takeaway containers, the Brummie cast discuss their favourite programme, 'MasterChef'.

In a classic Aardman flourish, one fox dives into 66B's bin to reveal his signature dish: a Caesar salad comprised of bones, rotten leaves, and, erm, flies. Bon appétit!

Product Category: TV Stations

Territory: UK


agency
BBC Creative
CD: Susan Ayton
Creative: Paul Bailey / Russell Hendrie
Snr Producer: Rachel Roberts
production
Aardman Animation
Director: Rich Webber
Producer: Danny Gallagher
DOP: Sam Morris
Prod Design: Helen Javes
Editor: Michael Percival
Animator: Darren Thomson / Lee Wilton
sound
Factory Studios
Sound: James Utting

BBC 8 March 2024
'Foxes' 30s

Fox populi.

by Andrew MacGregor

DAVID got the fright of his life the other day when he looked out the window and saw one of the bin lids flap up and down for several minutes. Was it a rat? A squirrel? A poltergeist? It's quiet now, but rest assured he will keep you posted on further developments. Now that is frontline journalism.

Even the BBC understand what DAVID's up against. Part two of 'Things We Love', a spiritual successor to 'Creature Comforts', stars a family of foxes that love to sit and chat after raiding the bins. Surrounded by leftovers and takeaway containers, the Brummie cast discuss their favourite programme, 'MasterChef'.

In a classic Aardman flourish, one fox dives into 66B's bin to reveal his signature dish: a Caesar salad comprised of bones, rotten leaves, and, erm, flies. Bon appétit!

Product Category: TV Stations

Territory: UK


agency
BBC Creative
CD: Susan Ayton
Creative: Paul Bailey / Russell Hendrie
Snr Producer: Rachel Roberts
production
Aardman Animation
Director: Rich Webber
Producer: Danny Gallagher
DOP: Sam Morris
Prod Design: Helen Javes
Editor: Michael Percival
Animator: Darren Thomson / Lee Wilton
sound
Factory Studios
Sound: James Utting