Profile: Jim Greenhalf

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photograph of the Author

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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Harry Leslie Smith as a young man
George Galloway, the man in the hat, looks on as Naz Shah speaks after defeating him at Bradford West
Bradford East's new MP Imran Hussain
Election 2015 Odsall CountLabour Winners L-R Naz  Shah with Imran Hussain  and  Judith Cummins speaking after wining three Bradford Seats on one night. (25481125)
Jasper Carrott (purple shirt) with his performing band of friends including Bev Bevan (centre)
David Hockney photographs his mum Laura and brother Paul at the National Photographic Museum in the mid-1990s.
Lt Eric Walter Knowles, (front row, left), of the 16th Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment
Sitting in the Lord Mayor's chair in the council chamber at City Hall, Mr Justice Popplewell.
Lee Duxbury in the stripes in action for Bradford City against Scarborough in 1990
The launch of the fire disaster appeal at City Hall in May, 1985 L/R: Gerald Hodges, Bradford Council's director of finance, Gordon Moore, the council's chief executive; Councillor Tom Hall, leader of Bradford Council.