From Shakespeare’s birthplace, Andrew Burdett presents his review of 2016, “a most dramatic twelve months”.
Seeing this year’s leavers, who last year were in the Year 5 classes I assisted, was my reward for doing this fun, end-of-term film at Furze Platt Junior School.
You’ve seen Charlie Brooker’s take on 2015, now here’s my own review of the year.
In my latest video, I can be seen taking to the skies above west-Berkshire, during an introductory flying lesson. In this post, you can watch the film and read production notes about the making of.
It’s the last day of term at Furze Platt Junior School, and the teachers are in a celebratory mood now the pupils have all gone home… Or have they? In this three-and-a-half minute film, made to close the final assembly of the year, see the FPJS staff as never before!
Despite music, dance, and entertainment, this year’s St Luke’s Church summer fair will be remembered for the sun, fun, and smiles, says Andrew Burdett.
Made as an aide to Berkshire Scouts Youth Forum meetings, Andrew Burdett discusses filming vox-pops (on the theme of the Youth Shaped initiative) at the county Dragon Boat Regatta.
Earlier today, I went to collect my costume for The People’s Shakespeare production of The Merry Wives of Windsor. ‘The Merry Wives of Windsor’ plays at the Pinder Hall, Cookham; Friday 8 May at 7:30pm, Saturday...