Launched as 'The Paramount Channel' in November 1995, and having been 'Paramount Comedy Channel', 'Paramount Comedy' and lastly 'Paramount Comedy 1', April 2009 saw its latest incarnation as 'Comedy Central' a UK version of the American channel with added British content.
The logo bounces over a landscape crashing into electricity pylons.
The logo crash lands in a sports stadium.
The power of a city is drained to light the logo.
Car alarms are set off by the arrival of the logo.
London's Swiss Re building proves to be flexible...
Reminiscent of Michael Jackson's statue's trip up the River Thames - will the logo make it through Tower Bridge?
The Comedy Central logo takes a trip across Edinburgh's Forth Bridge.
The Clock Tower takes a pounding as the logo parachutes in to the Palace of Westminster.
Nelson's Column is bounced in to the ground in this Trafalgar Square ident.