Martin Henfield

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Martin Henfield is a British TV and radio presenter and media specialist.[1] Henfield has worked as a reporter, producer, editor and senior manager in BBC Radio and TV for 26 years. He ran BBC GMR radio station for 5 years and presented BBC North West Tonight in the 1990s.

He also presented the "Vague News" section of Mark and Lards afternoon show on BBC Radio 1 in the late 1990s.

He now works in public presentation and media training.[2] Henfield has an identical twin brother, Michael, who has also worked in radio and media training for many years and is a journalism lecturer at the University of Salford. He is married to a University of Central Lancashire journalism lecturer, Maggie, a former features editor for the Manchester Evening News.

Henfield presented his first ever television commercial, promoting participation in the vote for the Manchester congestion charge in November 2008. which is currently being investigated by Ofcom after complaints questioning the impartiality of the advert which leaned towards the pro side of the debate.[3]


  1. ^ Where are They Now - Martin henfield January 2008, BBC Northwest Tonight. Retrieved January 2011
  2. ^ Martin Henfield Geneva Partners group. Retrieved January 2011
  3. ^ Row over C-charge Ad November 2008, Retrieved January 2011