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“A former BBC governor for Wales and Children in Need chairman says he had suspicions about Jimmy Savile more than a decade ago and would not allow him any involvement with the charity.
Sir Roger Jones heard of rumours from London staff, and the charity decided not to allow Savile “anywhere near” it.
He said he did not tell management because he did not have evidence Savile abused children while a BBC employee.
Police believe Savile may have abused as many as 300 people over 40 years.
Sir Roger’s comments come on the day the investigation into the BBC’s child protection and whistle-blowing policies begins.
He was a member of the board of governors between 1997 and 2002, and said he would have stepped down from his Children in Need role if Savile had become involved with the charity.
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When I was with Children in Need we took the decision that we didn’t want him anywhere near the charity…”
Sir Roger JonesFormer BBC governor and chair of Children in Need
“I think we all recognised he was a pretty creepy sort of character,” he said.
“When I was with Children in Need we took the decision that we didn’t want him anywhere near the charity and we just stepped up our child protection policies which again would have put him at risk if he tried anything.
“So the way that we dealt with it was by stepping up our child protection policies.”
But he said he was unable to take the matter any further.
“If you’re going to go on the attack and make claims against him then you’d need evidence, hard evidence that simply wasn’t there,” he said.
“But if you’re protecting yourself you can do that without evidence.”
Children in Need is the BBC’s UK corporate charity, providing grants to projects in the UK which focus on young people who are disadvantaged, with fund-raising around an annual appeal.
Sir Roger said Children in Need needed to be particularly wary of paedophiles because of the consequences it would have had for the BBC.
‘Protect the kids’
“We knew that the biggest thing to guard against was the paedophiles,” he said.
“They were just like flies around the honey pot. Not just in the fundraising but also in the distribution of funds.
“I mean if we had given money to a paedophile group, the sky would have fallen in on the BBC. So we were very very careful, we were on red alert.”
He said he did not regret how he had dealt with the Savile rumours because “things were properly covered, there were no incidents”.
“We did everything we possibly could to protect the kids. That was what I felt to be important, that was my responsibility,” he said.
It is thought Savile may have abused scores of young girls and some boys
But the former governor was critical of the way the BBC had responded to the furore surrounding Savile.
“I find the seeds of misfortune are deeply planted in the separation of the governors to the trust,” he said.
“I base this on [BBC director general] George Entwistle reporting on the conversation with [BBC director of news] Helen Boaden who told him that Newsnight were conducting an investigation. He didn’t ask the question ‘why?’
“I find that extraordinary. It wouldn’t have happened in my day because the guy would have been at a governors’ meeting and he would have been asked by people like me ‘why?'”
Sir Roger, a former chairman of the Welsh Development Agency, is currently pro chancellor and chair of council at Swansea University.
A BBC Trust spokesperson said: “The Trust shares the horror felt by the wider public about the appalling allegations of child abuse at the BBC and we are determined to get to the bottom of what happened.”
Children in Need said it was looking into the comments made by Sir Roger.
“Child protection is of paramount importance to the charity and is implicit in everything that we do,” said a spokesperson.
Police have launched a criminal investigation into Savile, a TV presenter and DJ, who died last year aged 84.
Allegations of sexual abuse have continued to mount since claims were first made public in an ITV documentary at the beginning of October.
Former pop star Gary Glitter has also been arrested and bailed on suspicion of sex offences by police investigating Savile abuse claims.”
”The Crown Agents [co-developer of Kristine Marcy’s Joint Automated Booking Station for the deployment of pedophile rapists with Hillary Clinton’s USAID] Foundation
The Crown Agents Foundation is a non-profit-distributing company limited by guarantee. It owns all the shares in Crown Agents and oversees its ethos and activities. It also has distinct social and developmental objectives.
Crown Agents allocates sums for the Foundation’s social and developmental purposes and applies these at the direction of the Foundation.
The Foundation has a governing Council (pictured left) and up to fifty Members, representing a balance of interests among which are international firms, professional bodies, and non-governmental and other organizations.
The President of the Foundation is HRH The Duke of Gloucester, KG, GCVO and the current membership comprises:
Aga Khan Foundation (Geneva)
Charities Aid Foundation
The Chartered Institute of Building
The Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply
Institute of Development Studies
International Business Leaders Forum
International Chamber of Commerce UK
The Royal Commonwealth Society
The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce
Secretary of State for International Development (Nominee: Liz Ditchburn)
AMREF – African Medical and Research Foundation (Nairobi)
BBC Media Action
British Standards Institution
British Telecommunications plc
CARE International UK
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (UK)
Commonwealth Business Council
Concern Worldwide (Dublin)
First Caribbean International Bank (Barbados)
Stuart Kerr, Legal & Regulatory Director, Millennium Challenge Corporation (Washington DC)
Standard Chartered “Fucking Americans” Bank
Higher School of Economics, National Research University (Moscow)
Transparency International (Berlin)
More to follow.