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Irn Bru
'Doctor'
16 May 2024 60s
Can you help me?
by Andrew MacGregor

Sanjeev Kohli, best known as Navid Harrid in 'Still Game', plays a doctor in a Euro 2024 warm-up ad for Irn-Bru. His patient has some odd symptoms: arms aloft; butterflies in her stomach; a spring in her step; and weird facial movements that look like, erm, smiles. Maybe it has something to do with those pesky mosquitoes up north.

The doctor eyes a Scotland shirt under her cardigan and realises she has a severe case of optimism. They say it’s the hope that kills you, but he tells her to embrace it—after all, this is only the second time Scotland have qualified for a tournament since 1998. DAVID lost his voice when they qualified for Euro 2020!

He prescribes a couple of tickets to the Germany game on June 14th and a can of the advertised soft drink to wash them down with. If the team get gubbed, however, perhaps the good doctor can prescribe Scotland's other national drink... the one that rhymes with 'frisky'.

Product Category: Fizzy Sweet Drink

Territory: Scotland


agency
The Leith Agency
Creative: Jim Swan / Sam Muir
production
Leith Studios
Director: Seb Cardinal
Producer: Andrew McLean / Jennie Robson
EP: Amber Hooker
DOP: Will Hanke
Prod Design: Siam Colvine
1st AD: Ewan Stewart
editing
Leith Studios
Editor: Jonny Shepherd / Kyle Gaffney
color
Coffee & TV
Colourist: Lewis Crossfield

  Irn Bru - 'Doctor'


Irn Bru
'Doctor'
16 May 2024 60s

Can you help me?

Sanjeev Kohli, best known as Navid Harrid in 'Still Game', plays a doctor in a Euro 2024 warm-up ad for Irn-Bru. His patient has some odd symptoms: arms aloft; butterflies in her stomach; a spring in her step; and weird facial movements that look like, erm, smiles. Maybe it has something to do with those pesky mosquitoes up north.

The doctor eyes a Scotland shirt under her cardigan and realises she has a severe case of optimism. They say it’s the hope that kills you, but he tells her to embrace it—after all, this is only the second time Scotland have qualified for a tournament since 1998. DAVID lost his voice when they qualified for Euro 2020!

He prescribes a couple of tickets to the Germany game on June 14th and a can of the advertised soft drink to wash them down with. If the team get gubbed, however, perhaps the good doctor can prescribe Scotland's other national drink... the one that rhymes with 'frisky'.

Product Category: Fizzy Sweet Drink

Territory: Scotland


agency
The Leith Agency
Creative: Jim Swan / Sam Muir
production
Leith Studios
Director: Seb Cardinal
Producer: Andrew McLean / Jennie Robson
EP: Amber Hooker
DOP: Will Hanke
Prod Design: Siam Colvine
1st AD: Ewan Stewart
editing
Leith Studios
Editor: Jonny Shepherd / Kyle Gaffney
color
Coffee & TV
Colourist: Lewis Crossfield

Irn Bru 16 May 2024
'Doctor' 60s

Can you help me?

by Andrew MacGregor

Sanjeev Kohli, best known as Navid Harrid in 'Still Game', plays a doctor in a Euro 2024 warm-up ad for Irn-Bru. His patient has some odd symptoms: arms aloft; butterflies in her stomach; a spring in her step; and weird facial movements that look like, erm, smiles. Maybe it has something to do with those pesky mosquitoes up north.

The doctor eyes a Scotland shirt under her cardigan and realises she has a severe case of optimism. They say it’s the hope that kills you, but he tells her to embrace it—after all, this is only the second time Scotland have qualified for a tournament since 1998. DAVID lost his voice when they qualified for Euro 2020!

He prescribes a couple of tickets to the Germany game on June 14th and a can of the advertised soft drink to wash them down with. If the team get gubbed, however, perhaps the good doctor can prescribe Scotland's other national drink... the one that rhymes with 'frisky'.

Product Category: Fizzy Sweet Drink

Territory: Scotland


agency
The Leith Agency
Creative: Jim Swan / Sam Muir
production
Leith Studios
Director: Seb Cardinal
Producer: Andrew McLean / Jennie Robson
EP: Amber Hooker
DOP: Will Hanke
Prod Design: Siam Colvine
1st AD: Ewan Stewart
editing
Leith Studios
Editor: Jonny Shepherd / Kyle Gaffney
color
Coffee & TV
Colourist: Lewis Crossfield