The new season of Formula 1 kicks off on Saturday 25 March, and Channel 4 is gearing up to grab its share of the audience with the help of a trailer created by the broadcaster's in-house team.
Roccy the chameleon always remembers to take his vitamins. How can we tell? Because he can get up on his hind legs and body pop.
Unilever ice-cream brand Magnum depicts a wedding between two women to illustrate the brand's view on pleasure, diversity and acceptance.
Totaljobs has launched a £3.6 million out of home campaign to address common pressures and stumbling blocks during the interview process.
We Are Pi
Desperados turned an ordinary train in Warsaw into a gig scene with electronic music group Mount Kimbie.
Round & Round
Card payment service iZettle is rolling out three TV ads as part of its "Do your thing" campaign that champions the bravery of small businesses.
Sloggi's latest campaign for the Wow bra plays on the brand's reputation for providing "true comfort" in the bodywear category.
Bulmers Original Irish Cider
Bulmers Original Irish Cider is promoting its Irish heritage with a campaign rolling out to coincide with St Patrick's Day.
KFC hasn't had to resort to using any stereotypes at all to promote its latest product, the St Patrick's Day-themed bucket.
Robot Wars' brutal house robots put on an impressive show of strength in a trailer for the new series of the BBC Two TV show.
Instead of throwing food or punches, the marketer launches pop culture references.
Transport for London
VCCP's second campaign for Transport for London aims to persuade more women to come forward and report unwanted sexual behaviour on public transport.
Helen Mirren returns in a new L'Oréal Paris campaign by McCann London that continues to challenge attitudes towards older women.
The Sun is bringing race-goers at Cheltenham a "Chelter belter", with a week of activity and a new TV ad.
Cancer Research UK has launched a Mother's Day campaign compiled of user-generated content showing mums that have survived cancer - thanks to donations that have funded research.
Car rental firm, Sixt, has launched three comical TV spots as part of its "Drive smug" campaign, created by Grey London.
Rimmel has launched a music video featuring grime artist Nadia Rose and supermodel Cara Delevingne, to promote its new Volume Shake Mascara.
What better way to provoke national debate than plastering the words "Brexshit? Brexhit?" on a billboard or questioning whether former UKIP leader Nigel Farage should have devil's horns or a halo above his head?
WCRS' Billy Faithfull and VCCP's Matt Lever review ads from Vodafone, Hula Hoops, Rustlers, Finish and Heineken.
Wieden & Kennedy London
AB InBev is pulling out all the stops with a nationwide campaign to introduce Bud Light beer to Brits.
Pet food brand James Wellbeloved tugs at the heartstrings with an "Ahhhh..." inducing animation about a boy and his dog.
Getting paid to jump may be an everyday occurrence for many, but jockey Ruby Walsh has had enough of being accused on social media of falling off horses on purpose.
Droga5 London's first work for Seat tells the simple story of a race car confined to the track.
Time to Change
The second phase of a campaign from Time to Change encourages young people to support their friends through mental health struggles.
Bellerby & Co has created a globe decorated with 30 hand-painted illustrations as part of a new campaign for Royal Ascot.
ITV is celebrating its two million Twitter followers with a song about each of them, with catchy lyrics "you're one in two million".
Krow's funky 90-second film celebrates the Fiat 500's 60th anniversary.