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193. Campaign Podcast: Caroline Pay & Trevor Robinson review latest ads

Season 3, Ep. 193

Caroline Pay, chief creative officer at Dentsu Creative, and Trevor Robinson, founder and executive creative director at Quiet Storm, join Campaign's reporter, Charlotte Rawlings, and work and inspiration editor, Imogen Watson, to review some of the latest ads.

Pay and Robinson dive into the V&A “If you’re into it, it’s in the V&A” by Adam & Eve/DDB, BBC “Things we love” by BBC Creative, British Airways "Everywhere we go" by Uncommon Creative Studio, Amazon “The grit” by Adam & Eve/DDB, Peta “This cartoon will change how you see bacon forever" by Grey London, and Just Eat “The joy of everyday” by McCann London.

Further reading:

Golf, knitting and Taylor Swift: the V&A taps into unique passions in targeted campaign

BBC and Aardman release stop-motion ads with real family voiceovers

British Airways launches ad campaign by Uncommon Creative Studio

Amazon products assist players in Uefa Women’s Football film

Peta takes inspiration from Ren & Stimpy to discourage pork consumption

Just Eat ads introduce Wes Anderson-inspired furry creatures

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