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Freddie Powell/Hollie Walker, associate creative directors
Chris Groom/Sam Heath, creative directors
Kamen Markov, Flame artist/visual effects supervisor
Paul Hardcastle, editor
Trim, editorial company
Michael Novinski, music composer
Novinski S.R, music company
Wave, sound design
Aaron Reynolds, sound engineer
Bjoern Ruehmann, The Vikings, director
Neil Griffiths/Yosuke Matsuno, visual effects artists
Paul Harrison, Telecine colorist
Theo Izzard-Brown, planner
Lucy Russell, agency producer
Jan P Muchow, music producer
Molly Pope, production company producer
Rokkit, production company
MPC, post-production company
Dave Ince, visual effects company
Wieden+Kennedy London, ad agency
Arla Foods, Cravendale, client
“Milk Me Brian” :60 Narrator (VO): Wonder who first thought to milk a cow? (Brian, sits in his kitchen pouring some Cravendale milk into his tea. He stares at a cow outside his window. Suddenly it’s 10,000 BC. Neanderthal Brian clutching a makeshift bucket stares at a giant prehistoric cow) Narrator (VO): Was it trial and error? (Several millennia later we see Brian attempting to stalk a herd not-quite-so-cunningly disguised as a shrub) Narrator (VO): Was it divine intervention? (Cut to bronze age Brian. Suddenly lightning strikes setting fire to a tree, illuminating a wild cow) Narrator (VO): Or was it whispered in a dream? (Cut to Saxon Brian asleep. A blinding light wakes him. From the shafts of light emerges an ‘oracle cow’) Cow Voice: Milk me Brian. Milk me! Narrator (VO): Who was this unhinged genius? (Cut to Brian emerging from a barn. He’s holding a bucket of milk in each hand. His journey is complete) Narrator (VO): If It weren’t for you there’d be no Cravendale. Super: Cravendale crest: The Milk Matters.

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