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How Many Of These Classic TV Ads Can You Name?

The Huffington Post UK | Matt Bagwell | Posted 12.10.2015 | UK Entertainment

Prepare to get all misty-eyed as we take you on a nostalgic trip through some of the best-loved TV ads of all time. But how many do you remember? ...

Why Has It Taken This Long for Dads to Be Noticed?

Molly McGreevy | Posted 26.03.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Molly McGreevy

According a web survey by insurance company Aviva, 18% of couples split childcare responsibilities evenly, with 6% of men now the primary carer of their child. Pushing the figure from 6,000 in 2000 to 600,000 in 2010. And in a less scientific survey done by myself sat in the window of my front room at 3:30pm, more and more Dads are at the school gates.

Down's Boy Seb White Lands Festive M&S Role

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 05.11.2012 | UK

Seb White, the four-year-old boy with Down's syndrome who starred in Marks and Spencer's Autumn catalogue, will appear in the store's famous Christmas...

Marks & Spencer Celebrate Christmas...Cowell-Style

theweemo | Posted 09.01.2012 | UK Entertainment

To plant the really not-ever-so-Christmassy bonnet on it this year, M&S have taken the 'carol singers at your front door' motif and run with it, re-casting the traditional shower of untalented local school kids (not without some degree of irony, theweemo notes) with this year's X Factor contestants.

TV Adverts Equal Added Value

Paddy Duffy | Posted 06.01.2012 | UK Entertainment
Paddy Duffy

One of the great things about the proliferation of TV channels is the ease with which you can avoid watching tiresome adverts. But, it has to be said, there are more than a few ads out at the minute that are quite remarkable. Although, remarkable doesn't always mean good. For instance...

Why Bill Hicks was Wrong

Mat Morrisroe | Posted 23.11.2011 | UK Entertainment
Mat Morrisroe

What Bill Hicks said was 'let me tell you something right now, you can print this in stone and don't you ever forget it, any performer who ever sells a product on television is for now and all eternity removed from the artistic world'. Bill Hicks was wrong. There, I said it.