News Dave Lee Travis, whose real name is David Patrick Griffin, arrives at Southwark Crown Court on 17 January 17 2014

Former Radio One disc jockey Dave Lee Travis has told his trial he is “astonished” at sex offence allegations against him and told jurors he is a “normal, decent human being”.

Fearne Cotton and BBC criticised by mother of murdered school girl Sarah Payne for broadcasting word 'Megalolz' following Ian Watkins' conviction

The Radio 1 DJ is the ex-girlfriend of convicted Lost Prophets singer, who infamously used the phrase to make light of his crimes

Former radio and TV presenter Dave Lee Travis, real name David Patrick Griffin, arrives at Southwark Crown Court

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Former DJ says woman accusing him of assaulting her live on air is 'a liar'

Radio presenter Dave Lee Travis arrives at Southwark Crown Court on 16 January.

Dave Lee Travis trial: DJ 'knew Jimmy Savile liked young girls' and thought 'good luck to him'

He also described groping behaviour as the 'norm' in the 1970s

Dave Lee Travis, whose real name is David Patrick Griffin, arrives at Southwark Crown Court, pictured on 17 January.

Dave Lee Travis trial: BBC DJ 'asked journalist to pose in photographs at his home'

The alleged victim's flatmate also gave evidence, and claimed she was "stressed" and "upset" after the reporter visited Travis' home

Reggae star Smiley Culture stabbed himself during a police raid, inquest rules

Reggae star Smiley Culture died from a self-inflicted stab wound to the chest during a police raid at his home, an inquest jury found today.

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Singer died of a stab wound during a police raid on his home in 2011

Slogans painted on Alt-na-reigh, the cottage owned by Jimmy Savile

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The Highland cottage owned by disgraced TV presenter Jimmy Savile will be sold at auction today.

Kaspar's Seafood Bar & Grill, The Savoy, London

The scene opens with a man and woman, smart of suit and high of heel, sashaying through the marbled lobby of the Savoy. Giddy with fun on this special night, our golden couple trips past the winter garden gazebo, swerving around blocky Americans and gossamer-haired dowagers, to reach their destination, the famous riverside restaurant.

Holly Willoughby would like to bring back the golden age of children's TV

Holly Willoughby bemoans loss of live children's television like Going Live! and CD: UK

TV star Holly Willoughby has bemoaned the loss of live Saturday-morning children's TV.

Jimmy Savile had many other victims, warns ex-head of Operation Yewtree investigation

Jimmy Savile could have sexually abused treble the number of victims who have come forward so far, the former head of the investigation into his crimes has reportedly said.

Victims who would not go to court feared they were lone voices

Jimmy Savile escaped convictions for three sex assaults in the 1970s after his victims refused to give evidence in court after mistakenly believing they were lone voices against the high-profile entertainer.

Davidson was arrested after he flew into the country to take part in the Celebrity Big Brother

Jim Davidson among two men arrested in Jimmy Savile sex abuse probe

Comedian Jim Davidson “vigorously denies” allegations made against him by two women, his solicitor said.

Speak no evil: Children in Need will make 'passing reference' to Jimmy Savile scandal but not mention his name

The BBC's annual Children in Need fundraiser tomorrow evening will make passing reference to Jimmy Savile scandal but not name the disgraced for presenter by name, according to the BBC.

Where's Pudsey? No sign of BBC's Children in Need with only three days to go

Three days before the BBC hosts its annual Children in Need telethon it is desperately fighting to shore up public trust in the organisation.

Demolition 'last resort' for vandalised Jimmy Savile Highland cottage

A Highland cottage owned by late TV presenter Jimmy Savile should be demolished as a last resort if it continues to be vandalised, according to a councillor.

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