Henry Fosdike
Henry Fosdike grew up in Dorset but has recently migrated to London for the second time where he was been working for the BBC as part of their Production Talent Pool scheme. He is also a keen writer and has written columns and reviews for 4Talent and WhatsOnStage.com. His main passion, however, is screenwriting and he is lucky enough to have been shortlisted for a number of awards for the craft including the International Emmys’ Sir Peter Ustinov Television Scriptwriting Award.

Entries by Henry Fosdike

The Problem With Owning Too Many DVDs

(0) Comments | Posted 7 October 2013 | (16:49)

Reading that title, you may think that this is a physical problem, where the rush to turn everything into digital media has left me with a pile of unwanted films and television shows in the corner, with nobody willing to pay more than 50p for each one. Well, yes and...

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My Mum, Myself and The Tea Making Competition Only I Was Aware Of

(0) Comments | Posted 30 June 2013 | (13:52)

My mum is, by nature, one of the most caring and motherly individuals on the planet. As such, during a discussion with my flatmates recently, I told everyone in attendance that no matter what happens when I go home, she'll always end up making pretty much all the cups of...

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Write What You Know

(0) Comments | Posted 9 June 2013 | (16:47)

The problem with blogging is that it's so much harder than essay writing. Yes, I know. "But how can it be when you can write anything?" Well, that's exactly the point. There's just so much to write about. When your possible topic can be taken from an infinite number of...

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The Remarkably Dull and Demoralising World of Job Seeking

(0) Comments | Posted 1 June 2013 | (22:18)

I don't think there's much worse than applying for jobs. The strange thing is that you instantly forget how mind numbing the task is as soon as you get one and turn into a member of The Employed, the sympathetic bunch who have a pay cheque coming in and offer...

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