Andrew Burdett presents his annual reflections on the last twelve months: from the third national coronavirus lockdown, to a 21st Century space race.
In what could be dubbed a ‘Coronavirus Special’, Andrew Burdett offers his ‘Review of the Year’ for 2020 – a personal reflection on the past twelve months.
After a huge year filled with personal milestones, Andrew Burdett offers his unique look-back on 2019. Featuring his wedding, new job, and baby niece; as well as Greta Thurnberg, Boris Johnson, and THAT Prince Andrew interview.
Andrew Burdett presents his Review of the Year from Cliveden, where he got engaged in 2018. Other highlights include holidays across the UK and Europe, his graduation day in Sheffield, and starting work at ITV.
Andrew Burdett presents his review of 2017, from the banks of the Thames at Marlow where it all began. Featuring Brenda from Bristol, Theresa May’s P45, and an ‘Ohhh Jeremy Corbyn’ banner… plus Andrew’s favourite personal moments from the year.
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.