Ads@6: 30 April - 5 May

  • Ads @ 6
  • May 10, 2010
  • StopPress Team
Ads@6: 30 April - 5 May

This week on Ads@6, we talk candidly with Freida, Cadbury's weird dancing cow, about empty udders, that difficult second album syndrome, salmonella scares and how she plans to knock that arrogant drumming gorilla of his chocolatey perch by putting on some bovine ritz.

Thursday 30 April


Youtube Video

  1. RWC2011

  2. Wild Bean cafe

  3. AC/DC album out now

  4. Toshiba

  5. Raboplus

  6. Sky

  7. Foodtown, Countdown, Woolworths

  8. Healtheries

  9. PlaceMakers

  10. Harvey Norman

  11. Tefal

  12. Pandora


Youtube Video

  1. Fresh n Fruity

  2. K-mart

  3. Quitline

  4. Tefal

  5. Sky

  6. Bunnings

  7. The Warehouse

  8. Sydnicity

Friday 31 April


Youtube Video

  1. Lotto

  2. PlaceMakers

  3. Harvey Norman

  4. Spotlight

  5. Samoa

  6. Nivea

  7. Ten Tenors

  8. PlaceMakers

  9. Jennian Homes


Youtube Video

  1. The Warehouse

  2. Harvey Norman

  3. AXA

  4. Pizza Hut

  5. Spotlight

  6. Firestone

  7. Micheal Buble album in stores

  8. Godfreys

  9. The Lovely Bones out on DVD

Saturday 1 May

TV1 Youtube Video

  1. Fiji Me

  2. Pandora

  3. Susan Boyle out now

  4. Elite Fitness

  5. Bed Bath and Beyond

  6. Bay Audiology

  7. Mitre 10


Youtube Video

  1. Sunday Star Times

  2. Harvey Norman

  3. Mitsubishi

  4. Fisher & Paykel

  5. AA Insurance

  6. Dual Glaze

  7. Intersections can be deadly

Sunday 2 May


Youtube Video

  1. Bay Audiology

  2. Harvey Norman

  3. Hot Tub Time Machine in cinemas

  4. La-Z-boy

  5. Quilton

  6. Pandora

  7. Toyota


Youtube Video

  1. Surf

  2. Business Mentors

  3. Perfect Italian

  4. NZ Army

  5. Milestone Homes

  6. Hepatitis Day

  7. Webjet

Monday May 3


Youtube Video

  1. Southern Cross Travel

  2. Hyundai

  3. TNT

  4. Polident

  5. National Bank

  6. Mitre 10

  7. Quilton

  8. Daikin


Youtube Video

  1. Dynamo

  2. Flight Centre

  3. Flora Pro-Activ

  4. New Zealand Beef and Lamb

  5. Platinum Homes

  6. Lovely Bones on DVD

Tuesday May 4


Youtube Video

  1. David Reid Homes

  2. Kiwi Bank

  3. Dragon album out now

  4. Hammer Hardware

  5. Coldrex

  6. Hyundai


Youtube Video

  1. Cadbury

  2. Samoa

  3. Walker and Hall

  4. Gorilla

  5. New World

  6. Visa Debit

Wednesday May 5


Youtube Video

  1. A Single Man in cinemas

  2. Quilton

  3. Andre Rieu album at The Warehouse

  4. Bed Bath and Beyond

  5. The Warehouse

  6. Sky

  7. Bond and Bond

  8. Ease up on the Drink


Youtube Video

  1. Mitsubishi

  2. RWC2011

  3. Continental soup

  4. Metro Fires

  5. Centrum

  6. TSB

  7. Pizza Hut

  8. CRC

  9. Walker and Hall

  10. The Lovely Bones DVD out now

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