Watch the programme on ITV Player.
It’s certainly epic, but should it be the winner?
The adverts which featured in the programme (in alphabetical order):
1. Barclaycard: Waterslide
2. Budweiser: True / Wassup
3. Cadburys: Drumming Gorilla
4. Cadburys: Eyebrows
5. Carlsberg: Old Lions
6. Citroen C4: Transformer
7. Compare the Market: Compare the Meerkat
8. Guinness: Tipping Point
9. Halifax: Howard
10. Honda: Cog
11. Hovis : Go On Lad
12. John Smiths Bitter: Various ft. Peter Kay
13. John West Salmon: Bear
14. PG Tips – Monkey
15. Skoda: Bake
16. Sony Bravia: Balls
17. Sony Bravia: Paint
18. Sure for Men: Stunt City
19. T Mobile: Dance
20. Volkswagen: Singing in the Rain
Many of them have also been featured in this blog (not as bad ads, but as good ones).
Which is your favourite?
This one’s mine.
Heather Kay · December 21, 2009 at 9:16 am
I actually like the first Go Compare ad from their current campaign, the one in the coffee shop.Right at the end, with the two customers sitting at the table being shaken by the tenor's voice, one asks "I wonder how me he charges." "Oh, he's only a tenner," comes the foam-spattered reply.It always makes me chuckle.
Jon Cousins · December 21, 2009 at 3:06 pm
We've just popped the full Top 20 on the tellyAds site. Was a little bit surprised at the order that they came out in, but it's nice to be reminded that the UK still makes some great ads.http://www.tellyads.com/ad_of_the_decade.phpHappy Christmas!
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