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All aboard the TV Cream Commemorative Royal Wedding Airship!

The temporarily-charted TV Cream Royal Commemorative Airship

Hello!

Tillicoultry, near StirlingThis morning, TV Cream’s podcasting team of Ian, Chris and Graham (in that order) began a very special odyssey in order to celebrate the upcoming Royal Nuptials. In Tillicoultry near Stirling in Clackmannanshire in Scotland, the trio boarded the temporarily-charted TV Cream Royal Commemorative Airship, in which – between now and Friday – they intend to voyage o’er the British Isles, before mooring in the skies over Westminster Abbey, from where they’ll host a very special TV Cream’s Right Royal Scene Podcast, which you’ll be able to download on the morning of April 29th.

To get this blue-blooded party started, our thrill-seeking threesome have filed a special ‘audio mini-report’ which you can listen to right here:

[podcast]http://www.tvcream.co.uk/media/weddingtrail1.mp3[/podcast]

Or download from here.

A balloon from our Big Balloon Bonanza!Along the journey, we’re going to be launching what we’re calling TV Cream’s Big Balloon Bonanza (in association with Rumbelows). Find one of the million TVC-branded balloons we’ll be distributing during our meanderings, and you might just get the chance to come along to our TV Cream’s Right Royal Scene Wedding Blimp Party, held hundreds of feet over our capital, namely London. So, watch the skies! And, more prosaically, watch our Twitter account for more updates.

Oh, and if you do spot our commemorative airship up in the skies, do take a snap and send it in to blimp@tvcreamtest.co.uk. The best photos will be published right here on TV Cream!

See you tomorrow!

5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. johnnyboy

    April 26, 2011 at 1:10 pm

    Tillicoutlry; famous throughout the Central Belt for the Dougie Donnelly-fronted advertisment for “Sterling Carpets” in the aforementioned place. Ran for blinkin ages on STV, you couldn’t escape it

    “Sterling Carpets. Tillicoutlry, near Stirling” (see what they did there).

    Oh, as the blimp leaves from there, then I’ve no chance of viewing it or getting any balloons as I’m in the backwater of Aberdeen. Cheers 🙁

  2. TV Cream

    April 26, 2011 at 4:33 pm

    Come now Johnny – we’ve got the rest of the week to play with. We might just stage a special Aberdeen fly-by just for you. (Clue: We won’t).

    But we can confirm Tillicoultry near Stirling was picked specifically because of that carpet ad. And because there isn’t an obvious geographic location connected to Glens, Hutchison, Robertson and Stepek.

  3. annoyingmouse

    April 26, 2011 at 7:21 pm

    I was confused when I saw this and thought it was personalised location detecting trickery much like the personalised name on the Creamguide emails as I am actually at this moment in time sitting in Tillicoultry!

  4. tellycabbage

    April 26, 2011 at 8:23 pm

    I will looking out for the blimp down Southern way, hoping you might take a visit to Jack Hargreaves, Bunty James, Fred Dinenage and Jon Miller to show everyone how the blimp works…

    Good luck to all who sale in her!

  5. TV Cream

    April 26, 2011 at 8:38 pm

    The plan is to head towards the Solent on Thursday. The compass on board the blimp is certainly prepped for that: http://homepages.nildram.co.uk/~jamiebro/SOU_0002.jpg

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