The UK needs a strong government and equally strong opposition in place to take the country forward in these unprecedented times.
The Andrew Burdett Blog : Life, as seen by me.
It is unforgivable for newspapers to sensationalise stories, without bothering to check even the most basic of facts.
You’ve seen Charlie Brooker’s take on 2015, now here’s my own review of the year.
It’s dawn on the morning after the night before. Around me, my new flatmates are yet to wake from their first-night Freshers’ slumbers. But I, in my own cosy corner of the vast Endcliffe student accommodation village, am awake and raring to go.
Today, in its own small and unmarked way, was for me the end of an era. After five years as its Editor, my final edition of InSpire, the church magazine of St Luke’s, Maidenhead, was published.
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.
Today at noon, I found myself at White Waltham Airfield in Berkshire, preparing for take-off during an introductory flying lesson. Once in the skies, we passed over wide fields, busy road networks, and the ribboning Thames below. Still persists the childlike wonder of seeing from above the places one thinks one knows so well.
Gareth Mound, 1996 — 2015: Andrew Burdett offers his personal recollections of his friend and former classmate, who died in August 2015 aged just 19.