What product was the first to be advertised on British TV?
What product was the first to be advertised in colour on British TV?
What type of beer was said "To work wonders"?
What does Aleksandr Orlov advertise on TV?
What sweets should you "buy some for Lulu"?
Which dog food is always advertised after Crufts as being "Recommended by top breeders"?
Who played the original Katy in the OXO adverts?
Which TV adverts used the following music in 2010, [a] Dave Berry - Little Things, [b] Steve Earle -Galway Girl, [c] Frankie Goes to Hollywood - Relax, [d] Jona Lewie - You'll Always Find Me in the Kitchen at Parties and [e] Nancy Sinatra -These Boots were made for Walking
What drink was advertised by Leonard Rossiter and Joan Collins?
Which set of adverts lead to the feature film "Johnny English"?
From which airport had Lorraine Chase flown in according to the Campari adverts?
What drink was advertised by Bob Geldof on TV in the 1980s?
What drink "came up from Zummerzet where the cider apples grow"?
Bob Dylan gave permission for his "Blowing in the Wind" to be used in advertising for the first time in 2009, what did it advertise?
Which former punk now advertises butter?
Which soap powder adverts feature the "soap" Cleaner Close?
In which set of adverts does Wynne Evans play an opera singer?
Which sweet could you allegedly "Eat between meals without spoiling your appetite"?
Which bank always likes to say YES?
The 1960s hit "I Can't Let Maggie Go" featured in which 1970s bread ad?
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