Harry Greene Biography
Who is Harry Green?
Longtime BBC News presenter Harry Glass died “suddenly” at the age of 71.
Mr Gration, the former presenter of the BBC Yorkshire news programme Look North, joined the company in 1978, joined Look North in 1982 and left in 2020.
He won an MBE in 2019 and won two Royal Television Society Awards for Sports Documentary. He also won the Best RTS Host Award twice.
“He loved news, sports, his colleagues and fundraising for children in need and Comic Relief. Our hearts go out to his family, his friends and everyone at the BBC who worked with her.”
In 2013, he received an MBE through the broadcast service. After announcing he was leaving the BBC in 2020, Greene said: “I’ve interviewed every prime minister since Margaret Thatcher and covered every big Look North story, even on my holiday. cost, nothing will change.
I’ve been living in this story. Horrific events such as the devastating news of the death of Jo Cox, the recent catastrophic floods, the Bradford, Hillsborough riots have been affecting me. They always attack my county town.
“Highlights included raising over £800,000 by one person, pushing the sofa and strapping on Paul – three challenges my body will never forget.”
Gray, 68, became a father again in 2019, when his wife Helen gave birth to her sixth child.