Saturday, 28 May 2011

BBC trailer

I'm going to be scarce until Wednesday as we have our grand-daughter coming to stay. I thought I would leave you with a minutes entertainment from the BBC... one of those trailers they're so brilliant at, advertising themselves. The song is iconic in the UK as being connected with the comedy duo of Morecambe and Wise and beloved I would say by anyone over 45.


10 comments:

Jo said...

Fantastic trailer. Doing what the BBC does best!

I love Morecambe and Wise even if it is only from watching repeats!

DesLily said...

wow that was really cute!! glad I watched it :o)

have a good visit and enjoy your daughter.. we'll all be here when you return!

animewookie said...

Oh so much fun :D Have a fabulous week

DesLily said...

i wonder why I can leave comments on somet blogs and not others? (all blgospot)??

DesLily said...

ummm the cat jumped in my lap sorry for the spelling lol

Cath said...

Jo: The BBC really seem to excel at this kind of trailer. Very clever in my opinion. Sadly, I'm old enough to have watched Morecambe and Wise when they were originally on. LOL.

Pat: I thought it was funny, clever and yes... very cute. :-)

I always have fun with my grand-daughter, love talking books with her as she has oodles of enthusiasm for the YA fantasy series she reads.

I think Blogspot is still acting up. There are several blogs I still can't comment on... Kelly's was one but haven't tried for a couple of days now, so it may be fixed.

Kelly: Thank you... she's a lovely girl and we always have fun together.

DesLily said...

testing: dant it some blogspots I can comment and others I cant.. don't know whats going on

Cath said...

Pat: It's about time they got this fixed in my opinion. It's driving people nuts. Luckily I'm too busy to be bothered too much by it at the moment but later in the week...

fiction-books said...

Hi Cath,

Some of the BBC trailers are so well put together and this is definitely one of them, I laugh every time I see it.

I suppose that if you look at it in the cold light of day, you could question why our TV licence fee is going to produce advertisements for a public service network?

Or you could just enjot it for what it is!!!

Have a great week

Yvonne

Cath said...

Yvonne: I enjoy it for what it is but you do have a point. And it is a bit like preaching to the converted because if you're viewing the trailer on the BBC, then you are already - presumably - a fan of the BBC! LOL.