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British Gas
'Powering Home Fans'
14 June 2024 60s
Olympic appetite.
by Andrew MacGregor

Tom Daley, Alfie Hewett, and Katarina Johnson-Thompson best get a move on if they want to make the Paris 2024 Olympics. "But DAVID," we hear you cry, "they are in Paris, that's the Eiffel Tower behind them, right?" Close, but no croissant—it's the Crystal Palace transmitter in South London.

The real action takes place in a house crammed with Team GB/ParalympicsGB fans. Competition for room on the sofa is fierce, and you need to be quick to beat Ellie Simmonds. She may have retired in 2021, but she still has a ruthless streak that commentators Steve and Jenny love.

Disaster strikes when the power goes out before all the food's cooked. Star power is not enough to solve the problem, so it's up to a British Gas engineer to save the day. In an Olympic year, not all heroes wear medals around their necks.

As we leave Steve and Jenny in the commentary booth (or the garden shed, as it's commonly known), the brand insist they are "powering home fans" this summer. Truth to be told, DAVID thought this meant they would only power desk, ceiling, and tower fans from now on.

Product Category: Power Utility Companies

Territory: UK


agency
The&Partnership
CCO: Toby Allen
Creative: Dan Dehlavi / Mika Alcock
Snr Producer: Charlie Ebbs / Georgia Evert
production
Stink
Director: Traktor
EP: Andrew Levene
DOP: Tim Maurice-Jones
Prod Design: Poppy Luard
Costume: Amy Albertine Andrew
editing
Final Cut
Editor: Ryan Beck
VFX Supervisor: Bevis Jones
color
Company3
Colourist: Jean-Clément Soret / Matthieu Toullet
sound
Machine Sound
Sound: James Cobbold

  British Gas - 'Powering Home Fans'


British Gas
'Powering Home Fans'
14 June 2024 60s

Olympic appetite.

Tom Daley, Alfie Hewett, and Katarina Johnson-Thompson best get a move on if they want to make the Paris 2024 Olympics. "But DAVID," we hear you cry, "they are in Paris, that's the Eiffel Tower behind them, right?" Close, but no croissant—it's the Crystal Palace transmitter in South London.

The real action takes place in a house crammed with Team GB/ParalympicsGB fans. Competition for room on the sofa is fierce, and you need to be quick to beat Ellie Simmonds. She may have retired in 2021, but she still has a ruthless streak that commentators Steve and Jenny love.

Disaster strikes when the power goes out before all the food's cooked. Star power is not enough to solve the problem, so it's up to a British Gas engineer to save the day. In an Olympic year, not all heroes wear medals around their necks.

As we leave Steve and Jenny in the commentary booth (or the garden shed, as it's commonly known), the brand insist they are "powering home fans" this summer. Truth to be told, DAVID thought this meant they would only power desk, ceiling, and tower fans from now on.

Product Category: Power Utility Companies

Territory: UK


agency
The&Partnership
CCO: Toby Allen
Creative: Dan Dehlavi / Mika Alcock
Snr Producer: Charlie Ebbs / Georgia Evert
production
Stink
Director: Traktor
EP: Andrew Levene
DOP: Tim Maurice-Jones
Prod Design: Poppy Luard
Costume: Amy Albertine Andrew
editing
Final Cut
Editor: Ryan Beck
VFX Supervisor: Bevis Jones
color
Company3
Colourist: Jean-Clément Soret / Matthieu Toullet
sound
Machine Sound
Sound: James Cobbold

British Gas 14 June 2024
'Powering Home Fans' 60s

Olympic appetite.

by Andrew MacGregor

Tom Daley, Alfie Hewett, and Katarina Johnson-Thompson best get a move on if they want to make the Paris 2024 Olympics. "But DAVID," we hear you cry, "they are in Paris, that's the Eiffel Tower behind them, right?" Close, but no croissant—it's the Crystal Palace transmitter in South London.

The real action takes place in a house crammed with Team GB/ParalympicsGB fans. Competition for room on the sofa is fierce, and you need to be quick to beat Ellie Simmonds. She may have retired in 2021, but she still has a ruthless streak that commentators Steve and Jenny love.

Disaster strikes when the power goes out before all the food's cooked. Star power is not enough to solve the problem, so it's up to a British Gas engineer to save the day. In an Olympic year, not all heroes wear medals around their necks.

As we leave Steve and Jenny in the commentary booth (or the garden shed, as it's commonly known), the brand insist they are "powering home fans" this summer. Truth to be told, DAVID thought this meant they would only power desk, ceiling, and tower fans from now on.

Product Category: Power Utility Companies

Territory: UK


agency
The&Partnership
CCO: Toby Allen
Creative: Dan Dehlavi / Mika Alcock
Snr Producer: Charlie Ebbs / Georgia Evert
production
Stink
Director: Traktor
EP: Andrew Levene
DOP: Tim Maurice-Jones
Prod Design: Poppy Luard
Costume: Amy Albertine Andrew
editing
Final Cut
Editor: Ryan Beck
VFX Supervisor: Bevis Jones
color
Company3
Colourist: Jean-Clément Soret / Matthieu Toullet
sound
Machine Sound
Sound: James Cobbold