As Brexit looms, Richard Ayoade returns to the small screen to ask the Great British public: "Where are you from?"
Puma enlists football's finest to promote the brand's Spark Pack.
Durex revives last year's "Ladies, let's lube" campaign to mark Dry January.
Friends of the Earth tackles "eco-anxiety" about climate change with a spot starring Jasmine Jobson from Netflix's hit show Top Boy.
The NHS brings dramatic flair to the unsung heroes behind the pharmacy desk.
Expedia pokes fun at Harry and Meghan's shock departure from the royal family with a well-placed print ad.
Volvo has partnered Sky Atlantic for an eight-minute epic following the life of conservation biologist Professor Carl Jones MBE.
GoDaddy has launched a campaign celebrating Britain's entrepreneurial spirit.
BT has put people at the forefront of its latest campaign to promote the company's consolidated plan, BT Halo.
Chromebook has teamed up with Netflix's own Sex Education ahead of season two's release.
Ads showcase Hamilton as the brand's ambassador.
Online mortgage broker Habito continues its acid-induced cartoon series to highlight the perils of house hunting.
007 takes to the small screen to promote Heineken's non-alcoholic beer.
With Brexit looming (yet again), P&O Ferries has launched a campaign to put holidaymakers at ease.
Greenpeace has teamed up with Academy Award-winning actresses Olivia Colman and Dame Helen Mirren for an animated campaign highlighting the impact of pollution on ocean life.
The UK's health and wellness industry is set to top £43bn in 2020, yet the sector often fails to tackle one of the biggest sources of anxiety for people: money.
Sport England's much-lauded "This girl can" is marking its fifth anniversary by tackling the wider societal issues that still keep women from getting active.
Oatly, the oat-milk brand, has jumped on the Veganuary bandwagon with its biggest campaign to date.
Bupa's campaign focusing on mental health attempts to challenge people's perceptions about what is considered "normal".
MyBuilder's multi-million pound brand campaign follows homes as they sing a dreary rendition of Tom Jones' Delilah.