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I thought, “I can’t tell James that I’m watching it because that’s really naff.” When I saw him later he said, “Did you watch Gavin & Stacey?
As the eccentric Nessa in the BBC’s Gavin & Stacey, which she co-wrote with Corden, she made a virtue of her size 24 curves.
We were chatting and he had this idea about what would happen if a girl from South Wales married a guy from Essex, where he grew up. We’d be sitting in a hotel watching people walking past and say, “Oh that’s the drunken auntie, that’s the geeky uncle.” We laughed so much that eventually I said, “Why don’t we write a treatment?
” We thought it would be a one-off drama and sent it to Stuart Murphy at BBC3, who sent an email back – which I still have – asking if we could turn it into a six-part series.
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Discover Ruth’s personal career journey from more conventional contemporary dance, into the world of outdoors and choreography on the streets.
The ads, which will be followed by a "Christmas themed" execution later in the year, kick start a new strategy for the retailer that has been in development since BBH was appointed as Tesco's agency without a pitch in January.
The ads will feature throughout the year into the future, not just at seasonal moments.
We had a drama teacher called Roger Burnell who put on these great musicals.Senior sources told Marketing earlier this month that the brand would take the retailer back to its roots with work inspired by the highly successful Dotty campaign series of the 90s but with new characters that would better resonate with today’s consumer.The characters in the campaign represent a modern family, with "sexual chemistry" between the parents and banter between the father and son, Freddie, who represents a 'boomerang' child back living with parents in his 20s.), her workshop will look at how to create movement phrases/motifs that can travel/parade and simultaneously express an idea or concept.
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The spot will show the family in a supermarket with Ben Miller's character Roger playing an 'embarrassing dad' figure, quizzing the checkout colleague on the mechanics of the Brand Guarantee.