Harry Grayson presented his final BBC look at North

Harry Grayson presented his final BBC look at North

Harry Grayson will be bidding farewell to television viewers across Yorkshire tonight for more than 40 years.

Born and raised in Bradford, Harry was awarded an MBE Award in 2013 for his services to the airwaves, in recognition of his long career as one of Yorkshire’s most beloved characters and “broadcast legend”.

He joined the BBC in 1978 before joining BBC Radio Leeds as a sports teacher.

Harry Grayson with Paul Hudson on Bradford

He commented on the Olympics and the Paralympics, and gave iconic performances such as the Grandstand, Sportsnight and Match of the Day.

Mr Grayson’s colleagues from around the TV world tweeted their good news ahead of his final show:

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