MEDIA CHOICE

Eleanor Trickett picks the TV licensing ads running throughout the London Underground: ’As I staggered through Victoria station and saw the foreboding message that TV licensing was on the case, I had a mini-panic about whether I actually have a licence. In my case, the panic was short-lived as, being a kept woman, I don’t have to worry about such things.

Eleanor Trickett picks the TV licensing ads running throughout the

London Underground: ’As I staggered through Victoria station and saw the

foreboding message that TV licensing was on the case, I had a mini-panic

about whether I actually have a licence. In my case, the panic was

short-lived as, being a kept woman, I don’t have to worry about such

things.



But I’m sure many a commuter has seen the posters, gone into work and

got on the telephone, quick-smart.’ Planned by Frances Ralston-Good at

New PHD; bought by Ceri Temby at PPL; creative by Rapier.



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