- Jim Greenhalf, T&A Reporter
Jim Greenhalf joined the T&A in 1977 looking for a way out. Instead he was thrown into the middle of some of the biggest news stories in the UK - the Ripper, Ray Honeyford, the Bradford City fire, the Rushdie book burning - winning awards along the way. Perhaps he found what he was after.
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5:37pm Wednesday 4th March 2015
DAVID Hockney's A Bounce for Bradford picture, published by the T&A in March, 1987, was designed specifically in support of the Bradford's Bouncing Back campaign, which bounced along from November 1986 to September 1988.
5:35pm Wednesday 4th March 2015
EXCERPTS of the Second World War diary of Bradford soldier George Castel, who served in North Africa with the Royal Army Service Corps until captured in 1942, have been sent to the T&A by his grandson Mark Townsend.
7:00am Sunday 1st March 2015
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11:29am Thursday 19th February 2015
CONCERN has been aired recently in the T&A about the proliferation of applications to build cheap flats or conversions in the city centre. This has been going on since the 1990s in the wake of the vast amount of new flat accommodation built in Leeds.
1:00pm Thursday 19th February 2015
3:18pm Wednesday 18th February 2015
THE opening sequence of the 1964 James Bond film Goldfinger show OO7 (Sean Connery coming out of the sea in a wet suit (decoy seagull on his head). He blows up a heroin factory and then, mission accomplished, strips off his wet suit to reveal a white dinner jacket complete with red carnation buttonhole.
3:15pm Wednesday 18th February 2015
MICK Cunningham from Brighouse came across a fragment of his family's past which he thought might be of historical curiosity - his grandfather's driving licence, issued by Bradford Corporation in 1927.
5:32pm Monday 16th February 2015
SPECTRE, the 24th James Bond film and the new Star Wars film The Force Awakens, are likely to be shown in the National Media Museum's big screen IMAX cinema this year after the completion of improvements costing nearly £800,000.
1:00pm Wednesday 11th February 2015
IN our occasional series about serving soldiers in World War 1, here Tricia Platts, secretary of Bradford's World War 1 Group, looks at the Dean brothers from Ilkley and the strange case of the Steinthal brothers.
12:54pm Tuesday 10th February 2015
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7:00pm Friday 30th January 2015
ONE of the most dangerous magical illusions ever seen on stage is to be performed in Bradford by a star of the hit TV show Get Your Act Together. Jamie Allan will perform his death-defying version of Harry Houdini’s lethal but rarely seen water tank routine on stage at St George’s Hall next month.
6:22pm Friday 30th January 2015
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5:42pm Friday 30th January 2015
CAN you always believe what you see? The science and art of visual deception is the theme of the National Media Museum’s next Lates event, inspired by the ground-breaking exhibition Joan Fontcuberta: Stranger than Fiction.
5:39pm Friday 30th January 2015
5:20pm Thursday 29th January 2015
THE future of cultural festivals in the Bradford Metropolitan District may be in doubt as Bradford Council considers axing the entire cultural festivals budget of £48,000. A decision is expected towards the end of February.
1:23pm Monday 26th January 2015
JOHN Taylor's recollections of Park Hill Drive, Allerton and some of the people who lived in the neighbourhood, prompted regular T&A correspondent and Bradford bus driver John Murphy to take a walk down memory lane to his own school days.
5:11pm Friday 23rd January 2015
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5:19pm Monday 12th January 2015
NEXT month keyboard wizard Rick Wakeman returns to Bradford with his one-man show. He'll be telling stories about his career that has included musical collaborations with David Bowie, Cat Stevens and Elton John, as well as worldwide tours with YES and his own band The English Rock Ensemble, punctuated by displays of dazzling virtuosity on the piano.
9:57am Monday 12th January 2015
TOP civil service chief Sir Bob Kerslake acted as an adviser to Bradford Council in its recent quest to appoint a chief executive to replace Tony Reeves, who last year left public service for the private sector.
3:48pm Friday 9th January 2015
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3:44pm Friday 9th January 2015
DO you fancy singing in Bradford festival Choral Society? No previous experience is necessary, but if you think you would enjoy the buzz of singing with 100 people then just turn up at St Peter’s Church, Moorhead Lane. Saltaire at 7.30pm on Wednesday January 14.
3:41pm Friday 9th January 2015
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3:35pm Friday 9th January 2015
TONIGHT St George's Hall will be heaving - with laughter - as the panel members of I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue embark on a number of silly tasks which will hopefully include Mornington Crescent, arguably the most inexplicable game on BBC radio.
3:32pm Friday 9th January 2015
10:12am Wednesday 7th January 2015
DURING the course of a long life in and around the popular music business, record producing and music journalism, Karl Dallas - 84 later this month - has accumulated a huge archive of interview cassettes, transcripts and other materials, featuring everyone from Bob Marley to Ewan McColl.
10:28am Tuesday 6th January 2015
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1:52pm Monday 29th December 2014
1:50pm Monday 29th December 2014
HOLY Spirit Parish, Heckmondwike - A Centenary of Change, is a handsomely illustrated, well-produced 140-page book, the culmination of four years' research by seven parishoners, chronicling the origins of the church in Bath Road from 1914 through to the present day.
5:02am Monday 29th December 2014
12:49pm Wednesday 24th December 2014
FIFTY years ago the idea was first proposed to create a department for peace studies at Bradford University. The year 1964 was also a time of tightening tension between Fidel Castro's Republic of Cuban and the United States.