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Simon Cowell the first to mock Simon Cowell in stunt | PR Examples

by on August 4, 2013

From - Quickest off the mark to take advantage of Simon Cowells allegedly fathering a child by his friend’s wife, have launched a high-waisted babygro.


“Eggs chucked at Simon Cowell? You must be yolking” / Funniest #eggate tweets

by on June 10, 2013

From -  So Attraction won this year's Britain's Got Talent final, but all the social media activity pretty much centred around eggs being thrown...


Comic Relief sketch has drawn more than 2200 complaints

by on March 19, 2013

Rowan Atkinson

Comic Relief has raised £75m for charity

A Comic Relief sketch featuring Rowan Atkinson as the Archbishop of Canterbury has drawn more than 2200 complaints to the BBC.

In the pre-21:00 watershed sketch, Atkinson - playing a fictional version of the church leader - compared boyband One Direction to Jesus's disciples.


PR : Punch & Judy dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century

by on August 19, 2012

Taylor Herring, in an ingenious move, has given Punch & Judy a very modern makeover. The traditional seaside puppet show has been dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century with a script from comedy writers from GOLD.


Want to see your recipe on the shelves of M&S and win £20,000?

by on June 14, 2012

Optomen Television called me to tell me about an exciting new food series for ITV1 called Food Glorious Food.

They said ... This is a search for Britain's best loved recipe, and it’s a competition that anyone can enter, as an individual or as a group all it takes is the ability to cook one delicious dish. It could be someone with a dish that has been passed on down through generations, do they have an age-old, favourite recipe that you’d like to make a comeback or perfected a traditional dish with a secret ingredient.

The winning dish from the series will earn its owner £20,000 as well as the pride of seeing their dish on the shelves of Marks & Spencer. The closing date for all applications is 29 June 2012.


Now it is ‘Bishops Got Talent’

by on March 24, 2012

The Church of England has confirmed that the new Archbishop of Canterbury will be selected via public phone vote on a TV talent show hosted by Ant and Dec.