PR

BBC hits the right crisis note with Idris Elba

The BBC’s having a pretty good war in the crisis, reminding people everywhere (and hopefully some politicians) about its purpose in life. Here’s a further reminder from BBC Creative (also turning into a good idea) showing us the changes affecting ...

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Amelie Hunton: will the new (kind) social media normal survive beyond Covid-19?

The global pandemic has created mass social and economic uncertainty, with the majority of the world adhering to social distancing and isolation. Whilst these difficult times provide an unprecedented challenge to society worldwide, there has been an extraordinary rise in ...

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Wunderman Thomson’s Jo Weston: the rise of community spirit in the Covid-19 age

Let’s rewind a year. Warnings of travel restrictions, supply chain shocks, potential job losses, medical supplies not getting through, lorries backed up at the border, some of us had even started stockpiling – remember Brexit? There was fear and bitter ...

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Dove plays winning Covid-19 hand with ‘Courage is beautiful’

Unilever’s Dove is putting a new face on its ‘Real Beauty’ mantra, with ‘Courage is beautiful,’ showing healthcare workers bearing the marks of the protective equipment they need to wear treating Covid-19 patients. And the attendant exhaustion. Originated by Ogilvy ...

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Kevin delivers the bacon in EE NHS ad

When you’re enduring yet another Saatchi & Saatchi Kevin Bacon EE ad (the fairly recent effort with cook Delia Smith was unendurable) you wish the boy would calm down a bit. Well he has in this well-timed offer of free ...

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Coronavirus creativity from Ocean, Kinetic and AKQA

Ocean Outdoor is combining good works with business in a new long term deal with Artisan Drinks, which makes craft mixers. The digital Out of Home campaign incorporates messages aimed to inspire and promote creative ways of social distancing including ...

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Covid-19: leaderless UK government flounders in death toll

It was another bad day for the UK government and the rest of us as Covid-19 deaths rose above 900, not what we hoped for after the optimistic noises we heard earlier in the week. We know, or we’ve been ...

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