The 100 Greatest TV Ads (2000)

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The greatest advertisements ever shown in Britain.

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Lynda Bellingham ...
Oxo Mum (archive footage)
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Terence Brook ...
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Tom Carty ...
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Lorraine Chase ...
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Cinzano Lady (archive footage)
Henry Cooper ...
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Entertaining, but biased
10 July 2007 | by (Aberdeen, Scotland) – See all my reviews

This was amusing enough fare, but hugely biased towards the English and in particular the "Home Counties".

There were at least two brands of Lemonade mentioned that I've never heard of before (I live in NE Scotland) yet there was no mention of Barr's Irn Bru.

Irn Bru was responsible for many of the longest running and funniest ad campaigns on TV, many of which were spoofs on some of the "bigger" soft drinks companies such as Coke and Pepsi.

The reason for their omission - they didn't advertise in the South of England.


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