There's no copyright on an idea alone so we can't show all our wares without knowing a little more about you first. Here's a baker's dozen of TV and magazine features we have ready to go. Some are fun, some are serious. We have many, many more. Call Pixlink for the information, case studies and photos you need.

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Ten exciting new ideas for children's parties. Not merely a round-up of press releases but thoroughly researched activities guaranteed to pass the playground test of increasingly sophisticated children and adults.

 

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24 rich and internationally famous people who share a fence. Not all of them entirely happily.

 

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The history and aesthetics of the ubiquitous but anonymous water tower. With outstanding photographs and extensive research into 150 examples of this forgotten part of Britain's industrial and social heritage. This unusual subject has a growing cult following.

 

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What happened when a British teenager tried to contact their estranged mother who had since become prominent in politics in a foreign country.

 

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Every fan asks: what's in the briefcase in PULP FICTION? Only one person really, really, knows. Peek into the amazing world of the movie propmaster.

 

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What can happen when a movie crew comes to your house. A homeowner's guide to coping with property stardom by the person who drives in the nails.

 

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Many American toys have been popular in Britain, it's all part of our 'special relationship', yet Mr. Potatohead was over 50 years old before TOY STORY made him a hit with British children. What other US classics will be crossing the pond?

 

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Every day thousands of letters are posted in the UK without a stamp wasting £80M a year of our money. A balanced investigation into why the Royal Mail doesn't do anything to stop it and how a simple solution would avoid misery for thousands and could deter postal terrorism.

 

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Singer/Librettist Michael Flanders may have mocked 50's styles in his popular comic song DESIGN FOR LIVING but the actual designer of his home produced innovative solutions to his disability.

 

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Cut out and keep advice for coping with the media spotlight in our celebrity obsessed culture. Exploding some myths and cutting through the hype. Some celebrities can keep their public and private life separate, so how do they do it? Advice on what to do when a hundred photographers turn up on your doorstep. How the paparazzi get their shots and, if you really want to, how to get noticed by the photographers.

 

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An Indian orphan who became the toast of society, a movie star and the most decorated actor in WW2. His  career began with classic British movies but stalled in Hollywood two-reelers. Sabu overcame tragedy to rise to stardom again but then died prematurely. His legacy lives on as inspiration for George Lucas and Walt Disney. Based on exhaustive research and an exclusive unpublished interview with a close friend.

 

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The changing world of working dogs. More career opportunities exist for young pups than ever. Nosey dogs are needed to sniff out bombs and drugs at airports but 24,000 hunting dogs face redundancy.

 

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Our documentary film BROTHERS IN ARMS examines from both sides the 1993 barring of five Sikh war veterans from the Remembrance Day ceremonies at the Newton Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion. Is it racism or a defence of traditions? Ten years later, those concerned have put the past behind them but other Legion branches still have illegal bans on turbans under the pretense of "headgear" rules. The 10 minute film is set to have its UK premiere at the Imperial War Museum in October 2003.