Leeds General Infirmary – Jimmy Savile and friends

More on Jimmy Savile’s Doctor and Hospital Links

Three doctors ‘collaborated in the abuse’ by Savile with one ‘helping select child patients to rape’

  • One allegedly ‘collaborated’ with star at Leeds General Infirmary
  • Two others worked alongside former DJ at Stoke Mandeville hospital

One doctor allegedly ‘collaborated’ with the BBC star in selecting child patients to rape at Leeds General Infirmary.

At Leeds General Infirmary, two former women patients have come forward to name a doctor. He is accused of ‘brutal rape’.

The name of a doctor who allegedly collaborated with the star in child abuse at Leeds general has been reported to Scotland Yard detectives.



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Leeds General Infirmary, 1968.

Sir Jimmy Savile:
1965: Records show abuse started at the BBC, at Leeds general infirmary, where Savile was a long-term volunteer porter, and at Stoke Mandeville hospital, where he also volunteered.

Mavis Price (below) was a long-standing friend of Sir Jimmy’s over four decades and became involved with his charitable work when Sir Jimmy came to work as a voluntary porter at Leeds General Infirmary in the 70s.

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Savile’s favourite restaurant – Flying Pizza Restaurant

Jimmy Savile ‘Wore Huge Rings Made From Glass Eyes Of Dead Bodies’ He Claimed

The Flying Pizza.

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The photograph of the old man with the wild eyes and wispy grey hair (Savile) has long been removed from the walls of the Flying Pizza in Roundhay, Leeds. But during a busy lunchtime this week at the bar of what was his favourite restaurant, the ghost of Jimmy Savile lingers.

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Apocalypse Now Then – Jimmy Savile at the Flying Pizza restaurant

The Flying Pizza and his nearby penthouse apartment overlooking Roundhay Park were, until his death two years ago, the centre of Savile’s Leeds empire.

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Savile at the Flying Pizza restaurant in Leeds in 2001.
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Disturbing footage shows Jimmy Savile groping teenage girl while being filmed by Louis Theroux while at a restaurant

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Jimmy Savile can be seen sexually assaulting a young girl in front of her mother in a video.

The incident took place in Flying Pizza restaurant and Savile apparently knows the girl’s mother who was also present when Savile assaulted her.

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He would swan in at least once every few weeks, boasting to regulars of his celebrity status. It was like he had the “keys to the city”, one recalls. What seemed at the time like mere celebrity bragging is now known to be much, much worse.

The influence Savile claimed to wield over the police is shocking, but was no secret at the Flying Pizza, where the TV presenter would talk of his “hotline” to officers. “He used to come in here on his own and talk about the Friday meetings,” says Francis, a 63-year-old retired doorman who knew Savile well from the late Sixties onwards.

Speaking for the first time, he says: “He used to take great delight in telling people that if he had any problems, his friends at Millgarth [the former city centre West Yorkshire Police headquarters] would sort it out. He would say: ‘If I think I’ve got a problem, all I’ve got to do is make a phone call.’ ”

2008: Sir Jimmy Savile takes part in the Vision Uk 5k run with help of guide Mavis Price.

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Priests House Restaurant at Barden Wharfedale Yorkshire Dales England

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Priests House Restaurant


Mavis Price and Savile go way back – she became involved with his charitable work when Sir Jimmy came to work as a voluntary porter at Leeds General Infirmary in the 70s.

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Savile –  New Year’s Day at Leeds General Infirmary 1st January 1972

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Leeds General Infirmary – Edward Heath and Jimmy Savile 8th December 1972

Mavis Price also managed the Sir Jimmy Savile Charitable Trust and helped with his administration and countless requests for public appearances and donations.
Mavis Price from Leeds General Infirmary, the wife of … subsequently took over the day-to-day administration of his life.

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Jimmy Savile’s will – Mavis Price


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Mavis Price’s ex-husbandLeeds neurosurgeon 

David John Everard Price

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(1935 – 2014)

was a consultant neurosurgeon at the General Infirmary at Leeds and also at Pinderfields Hospital, Wakefield.

He was a founder trustee of Headway (the National Head Injuries Association) and was a member of the management committee for almost 20 years. He established Second Chance, a local head injury support group affiliated to Headway, in Wakefield

He was dedicated to his work and as such his early marriages initially to Patience (‘Bunty’) in 1964 and Mavis in 1975 did not survive. He married Janis in 1989. He had two sons, Toby from his first marriage and Jolyon from his third

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Headway charity – royal patronage


Savile’s doctor friends:

Campaign now under way for tribute to city’s favourite son

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Savile’s death on the morning of October 29, 2011, was certified by Prof Alistair Hall, his cardiologist, who had been called to his flat by the concerned caretaker and family members.

Professor Alistair Hall, the award-winning Leeds cardiologist and Jimmy’s close friend, was one of the last to see Jimmy alive. He had called at his flat on the Friday night before he died and unsuccessfully tried to persuade him to go into hospital. Jimmy had said that he wanted to die at home in his own bed. He seemed to know the end was nigh.

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Professor Alistair Hall, senior consultant cardiologist at Leeds General Infirmary and St James’s Hospital, said: “I am 100 per cent in agreement that the wonderful Sir Jimmy should be made Freeman of the City. “Despite his fame he still volunteers at the hospital and the list of good work and fundraising he has done is too long to list. “He has supported a lot of cardiology research and helped with The Family Heart Study and toured on the big red bus across the UK. He has helped us to fundraise to buy a special scanner and only recently donated a large amount of money to fund scholarships for junior doctors.” The senior cardiologist, who carried out Sir Jimmy’s quadruple heart bypass operation a decade ago, said the broadcaster and sportsman was an amazing person who fully deserved to be honoured publically. Charities Sir Jimmy has raised more than 40m during his lifetime for various charities, including the Leeds Hospitals. He has run 217 marathons and countless fun runs. Catholic Church bosses in Leeds also backed calls for Sir Jimmy to be honoured. A spokesman for the Diocese of Ripon and Leeds, said: “Over the years Sir Jimmy has done lots of good work for the church. As long as the 1960s while busy being famous, he used to help with collections at the former Sacred Heart church. Mavis Price, Sir Jimmy’s friend and one of his helpers, said: “It is high time Jimmy was made a Freeman. I have written to the council before about it. He does so much.”

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the astonishing attempt by cardiology professor Alistair Hall, PR director Karl Milner, and others to get their hands on Savile’s estate.

To recap, Hall, who was Savile’s doctor as well as his friend, gave a eulogy for him at the funeral in which he claimed that Savile had left much of his estate to endow a heart institute at LGI. Savile’s will contained nothing of the sort. It turns out from the report that Hall, Milner, and company had a get-together between his death and the funeral to decide how best to get their (institutional, rather than personal) hands on his money.

Karl Milner, former Gordon Brown aide and caught by Greg Palast in Lobbygate:

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The report of the investigation into matters relating to Savile at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Savile’s voluntary portering was officially endorsed in 1968 by the Board of Governors as part of the I’m Backing Britain campaign of that year, but there is evidence that he was undertaking the role informally before that date:
Savile had a long association with the porters at the Infirmary, with accounts of him undertaking portering duties from the 1960s through to the 1990s.He mainly connected with the porters in the Accident and Emergency (A&E) and X-ray departments, areas that would have given him wide access to many wards and departments.
“What I do remember about him is that he would – when Jimmy Savile, when he would walk in [to A&E], he – he would make a beeline for the people that he knew were his allies – not ‘allies’ but he certainly got on well with some very senior people,so he would sort of walk in.”
Source: witness statement N283; employee, early 1980s to mid-1990s, talking about the A&E Department in the 1980s
[Savile], he was saying that they used to put the bodies together, male and female, and he also said that they took
photographs and also that he got involved in some of the photographs… I mean, I – Iwas a little bit upset because I had no concept, in those days, of – while I’d heard ofnecrophilia, because of a virtue of – several of the Broadmoor patients would’ve been
diagnosed with that, but I didn’t fully understand what it meant, and part, part waythrough I just wandered off… Well – he [Savile] used the phrase that you don’t – it’s not so common nowadays, he talked about gamaroosh…

What is Really Happening at Leeds General Infirmary?

11 Mar 2015

Parents of children who died or were injured on operating tables at Leeds General Infirmary continue to seek answers about the state of the hospital’s child cardiac unit. Uncertainty persists and, two years on from the unit’s temporary closure, the messages about the fallout from the closure remain mixed.

Cardiac Surgery by Numbers

The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust website continues to list Nihal Weerasena as a consultant surgeon, despite his having apparently been suspended for almost three years. On its child cardiac consultant listings, the Trust also features Rafael Guerrero, who left the unit around two years ago; its consultant database also lists Kevin Watterson, another retired surgeon.

Kevin Watterson and Alistair Hall performed Jimmy Savile’s heart surgery
The operation took three hours, and was conducted by the surgeon Kevin Watterson who was assisted by Hall.
In Plain Sight: the Life and Lies of Jimmy Savile by Dan Davies

In the late 1980s, another member of hospital staff began to look after Savile’s correspondence and deal with enquiries for him

From 2005 until 2010, this member of staff was also a Trustee for the Jimmy Savile Charitable Trust. They were paid by the hospital until September 2007. After this date, they received an
honorarium from the Charitable Trust.

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^Savile’s doctor friend Dr Roger Bodley was also a trustee of Savile’s trust

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Mavis Price and Jimmy Savile – at Barden Tower…


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His last appearance at the restaurant- a popular wedding venue set in dramatic Dales landscape

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Heather Leathley – owner of The Priests House Barden Tower

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“He came to a gay wedding and got chatting… I worried that he might say the wrong thing and told him to go.

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“But the two women wanted him to stay, and he ended up having a whisky with them.

Jimmy Savile with friends, Mavis Price and (Professor/cardiologist Mohan Sivananthan?)

May 24, 2009

Running over three pages of A4, the last will and testament of Sir James Wilson Vincent Savile lists 18 individuals he wanted remembered.

They include lifelong friends such as 85-year-old Joseph Barker, whom he met at St Anne’s primary school in Leeds, and Professor Mohan Sivananthan, a hospital cardiologist, whom he met through his charitable works.

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(Savile) invited her along to a photo call for the opening of the new offices for the Yorkshire Evening Post…The 22 yr old Prince Charles, who was the guest of honour, seemed to find the whole thing hilarious.

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Savile was invited to open new offices for the Yorkshire Evening Post and persuaded  Sue to go with him and pose  alongside him wearing a mini skirt and boots.

‘I think he even had his hand up my skirt,’ she says, laughing at the memory.

Hymns revealed that they would meet up in a café opposite Leeds General Infirmary or she’d stay with him in a cheap hotel in London when he was filming Top of the Pops .
On one occasion, he invited her along to a photocall for the opening of the new offices for the Yorkshire Evening Post .
Sue and a friend were persuaded to wear miniskirts and boots. ‘I think he even had his hand up my skirt,’ she admitted.
The 22-year-old Prince Charles, who was guest of honour, seemed to find the whole thing hilarious.
In Plain Sight: the Life and Lies of Jimmy Savile Dan Davies

23-year age gap

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Also there is Sue Hymns in his will

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Final embrace: Sir Jimmy Savile and Sue Hymns' last date at their favourite pizza restaurant, two months before his death at the age of 84

Final embrace: Sir Jimmy Savile and Sue Hymns’ last date at their favourite pizza restaurant, two months before his death at the age of 84

The first meeting between Sue Hymns and Jimmy Savile is recorded faithfully in her diary, dated September 23, 1968.

‘Saw Jimmy Savile at the hospital,’ the entry reads. ‘Met him again at 5.15pm and he gave me a lift to the bus stop in his taxi.’

Back then, Sue was a stunningly pretty 18-year-old on her way to a doctor’s appointment at Leeds General Infirmary, while Savile — thanks to his role as presenter of Top Of The Tops — was Britain’s most famous DJ.

But on the day in question, Savile was doing a shift as a volunteer porter at the city’s hospital

Photographs of her and Jim together over the years adorn the walls: a faded shot of them in a Leeds café, not long after they met; another dressed up together for a Lord Mayor’s banquet.

The final one, at their favourite restaurant, The Flying Pizza in Leeds, was taken just two months before he died.

‘He did his “now then, now then” routine — Jim never said hello — and I tried to think of something to say. I mentioned a friend called Ray whom I knew Jim had taught to DJ, and Jim replied: “Let’s not talk about Ray; let’s talk about you.”’
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Proud friend: Professor Mohan Sivananthan
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Professor Mohan Sivananthan, Leeds Teaching Hospitals consultant cardiologist who will lead the work to set up the new institute and was a friend of Sir Jimmy’s, said: ‘I feel very privileged to have got to know Sir Jimmy over the years and valued his friendship and support extremely highly.

I was absolutely delighted to hear that Sir Jimmy decided to remember us in his will

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Claims: Former policeman Mick Starkey, left, was apparently close to Jimmy Savile and frequently visited his home
Former policeman Mick Starkey and Jimmy Savile at the Priests House
Claims: Former policeman Mick Starkey, left, was close to Jimmy Savile and frequently visited his home

Close: Starkey drove the DJ’s silver Rolls-Royce and was apparently known as his ‘bodyguard’

Businessman claims he overheard Jimmy Savile seek police officer’s help to avoid sex abuse probe

The company director said pervert Savile asked Mick Starkey to get in touch with Surrey Police but “never said what it was about”

 

 

Savile and his police ‘crony’: Former inspector ‘intervened in sex abuse investigation on DJ’s behalf and acted as his minder’

  • Mick Starkey, 61, drove Savile’s Rolls-Royce and attended the DJ’s ‘Friday Morning Club’
  • He apparently contacted Surrey Police before they interviewed star in 2009
  • IPCC has launched an investigation into the allegations against ex-officer

Did Jimmy Savile fix his interrogation?

Jimmy Savile’s close links with police are coming to light

During the interview, Savile, by then aged 82, stressed his social connections with senior officers in his hometown of Leeds, and indicated that he could call in “favours” from them.

There is some evidence that these were not the mere ramblings of an ageing celebrity. The 44-page report – by Surrey Police into its own failed investigation into sexual abuse at a children’s home in Staines – details how an unnamed inspector in West Yorkshire Police had telephoned Surrey on Savile’s behalf to arrange the interview.

It was a brazen breach of police protocol. Here was a suspected sex offender getting a senior officer to broker a meeting with detectives. It enabled Savile to dictate the terms of his interrogation. The meeting took place not at a police station, but in the altogether cosier surroundings of his home-from-home at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Buckinghamshire, where he also abused patients.

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Jimmy Savile and Princess Alexandra

Police cover up Savile’s claims to be friends with Queen’s cousin: Paedophile ‘visited school at centre of abuse allegations with Princess Alexandra’

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  • Paedophile Savile mentioned first trip to school at centre of abuse claims
  • He said he was with Princess Alexandra, a patron of the school
  • Made claims during police interview, the transcription of which was edited
  • Information was removed by Surrey Police but has now been unveiled
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3.21 DC1 and DS6 interviewed Savile on tape under caution at his private office at Stoke Mandeville Hospital on 1st October 2009.

Present with Savile was a ‘friend’ who was a trustee of the Jimmy Savile Stoke Mandeville Charitable Trust.
It is not clear in what capacity this male was present as there is no indication that Savile required an appropriate adult and he was not acting as a legal representative.
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Frisk him’, barked Jimmy Savile…I was pinned to the wall and searched before Savile fianlly called them off.
He introduced the two men as Mick Starkey, a West Yorkshire Police inspector, and Jim, ‘The Pill’ Cardus, a retired pharmacist. ‘Meet the Friday Morning Club, ‘ he trumpeted
Savile part of an active ring of child sex offenders in West Riding of Yorkshire?
Convicted paedophile Roy Stobbs

Paedophile jailed again for child abuse images crimes

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Perverted Roy Stobbs is behind bars again for child abuse images offences.

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‘He had been subjected to a scam in America into which he had banked £190,000 into property’?

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Paedophile Neil Gilpin from Slaithwaite jailed for 10 years for sex offences against young boys 2016

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Gavin Shaw ‘A predatory paedophile whose identity police once tried to keep a secret

May 2014

Predatory paedophile whose identity police once tried to keep secret is jailed again after he tricked his way into shop jobs so he could meet children

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Gavin Shaw – Nelson/Blackpool/Morecambe

Peter Stafford-Simpson Ex-postman has been jailed for nine-and-a-half years for a string of “vile” sex crimes

 


At Barden Tower – Mavis, who is a retired manager of the post-graduate centre at LGI, also acted as his ‘chauffeur’, driving the Jim’ll Fix It star around in his white Bentley Continental convertible, and his £150,000 Rolls Royce Corniche.


N.B. Barden lends its name to the so called “Barden Triangle” an area of supposed supernatural activity which includes the magical Elbolton Hill near Thorpe and the nightmarish ravine that is Trollers Gill near Appletreewick.]

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The so-called “Barden Triangle” is defined as an area around the head of Lower Wharfedale which includes weird places having supposedly supernatural associations such as the reputedly haunted limestone gorge of Troller’s Gill, the strange conical knoll of Elbolton Hill (said to be the “Hill of the Fairies“) and the Dibble’s Bridge (which – along with several similar other old bridges in England – was allegedly built by the Devil).

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Winter sunrise over the ruins of sunlit Barden Tower, in beautiful, misty, undulating, Dales countryside - North Stock Photo

The area of Barden (including Barden Tower and Barden Bridge) forms the southern apex of the triangle, with Cracoe and the Cracoe Reef Knolls and the top end of Troller’s Gill roughly defining the northern-most edges. [N.B. If you do visit, make sure to look out for this cheeky chappie; he’ll be looking out for you !]

Villages lying within the triangle include Appletreewick, Burnsall, Linton and Grassington.

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The Priests HousePictures of Sir Jimmy adorn the walls

 

Debbie Leathley, landlady at his favourite pub and a close friend.

Pictures of Sir Jimmy adorn the walls, in his trademark round, pink-tinted glasses, adorn the walls at The Priests House, where he regularly ate roast beef and Yorkshire pudding.

It isn’t just sad for me – there’ll be customers who are going to miss him.”

Photographer Dave Cropper is the man behind many of the photos of Sir Jimmy.

He told Channel 4 News: “In my lifetime pop music has always played a big part, and I grew up with Jimmy on TV as presenter of Top of the Pops and Jim’ll Fix It.

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Mavis, of Leeds, said: “Jimmy was a big and important part of my life. I will always treasure many happy memories of fun times we had while I was in his company.”

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Jake Timothy, consultant neurosurgeon, , said: “My first meeting with Jimmy Savile was in 1975, I used to ride my bicycle up Princess Avenue near his home and Jimmy was often riding his cycle too. At that time it was Top of the Pops and ‘Clunk-click every trip’ but he was always polite despite his celebrity status. “I didn’t really get to meet him until after my training in London and returning back to Leeds, when Mavis Price introduced me to him again as we were planning to have some surgeons come to LGI to learn about spinal surgery.

“He helped us with OPTIN (Overseas Partnering Training Initiative) currently run by Professor Anne Chamberlain, he was extremely active with LURE (Leeds Undergraduate Research Enterprise) run by Prof Shervanthi Homer-Vanniasinkam, where he donated a significant amount of money to have medical students mentored by consultant clinicians.

“Jim was very fond of Crayke, our little village near Easingwold. Jim lived at Crayke Castle for a while in his youth whilst working as a ‘Bevin Boy’ in the surrounding area

“He used to arrive in one of his Rolls Royce’s, with his friend Mavis Price acting as driver, and would spend several hours looking round the show, handing out trophies to the various winners.
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Stephen Fry, Alastair Campbell and Lord Melvyn Bragg  – Savile

Mental health charity Mind photocall

Paul Farmer, chief executive of Mind, said that the charity was horrified to have given “any sort of platform to such a despicable organisation as the Paedophile Information Exchange”.

He said:Mind does not associate with, condone or endorse any pro-paedophilia organisations or individuals.”

http://www.thirdsector.co.uk/paul-farmer-mind-apologises-report-pro-paedophile-leader-spoke-1975-event/communications/article/1305020

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Jimmy Savile at the 2007 GNR with Alastair Campbell (Tony Blair’s former spin doctor)……and former sports minister Richard Caborn.

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Sir Jimmy spent time at Crayke Castle, near York – which he was later reported to be interested in buying – after the Second World War as part the Lend A Hand On The Land scheme and retained his fondness for the area over the years.

Sir Jimmy’s close friend Saleem Akhtar, who owns the Jinnah restaurant group, welcomed Sir Jimmy to the opening of his restaurant in Cumberland Street, York, earlier this year and said: “I had known him for about 12 years because he lived opposite my restaurant in Roundhay, in Leeds, and I was gobsmacked when such a big name walked in.

“From there, we became good friends. He loved his chicken tikka and he would stay and chat for hours, and from then on, whenever we opened a restaurant, he would come along and entertain people. He rang me to say he was going into hospital, and when I went to see him he said he was fighting fit and would soon be back to normal. I spoke to him a week before his death and he was still saying he wanted to open our new restaurant in Wakefield. I was planning to see him this week, so I am absolutely shocked by his death.

“He was a fantastic person – a true Yorkshireman and a true gentleman. He would never take any money for opening our restaurants and would tell us to give whatever we would have paid him to somebody who needed it. I cannot believe he has gone, and myself and my family will remember him for the rest of our lives.”

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The £4 million unit the Bexley Wing at St James’s Hospital includes two CT scanners devoted to research and the use of radiotherapy and is one of the largest cancer centres in Europe. At the opening of the unit a year ago, Sir Jimmy presented a personal donation of £50,000 to Leeds Teaching Hospitals. He said: “I hope it makes a lot of people a lot happier and a lot safer.”

Sir Jimmy Savile and Dr Robin Prestwich with one of the scanners at the Bexley Wing at St James's Hospital. PIC: Mark Bickerdike

Sir Jimmy Savile and Dr Robin Prestwich with one of the scanners at the Bexley Wing at St James’s Hospital

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This money has been used to fund equipment and the wage of Dr Robin Prestwich, who was appointed to the inaugural Savile Fellowship in April.

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Members of the public have queued outside The Queen’s Hotel in Leeds to pay their respects to the veteran TV and radio star, who died on 29 October aged 84.

“I would say [he would think] the more people there, the bigger the crowds, the better,” said Debbie Leathley, landlady at his favourite pub and a close friend.

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Sir Jimmy Savile in the garden of The Priests House near Bolton Abbey, North Yorkshire

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Pictures of Sir Jimmy, in his trademark round, pink-tinted glasses, adorn the walls at The Priests House, where he regularly ate roast beef and Yorkshire pudding.

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Historic venue for wedding receptions and private functions on the Duke of Devonshire’s Bolton Abbey Estate in the Yorkshire Dales.

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11th DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE (Rt Hon Sir Andrew Robert Buxton Cavendish) Hereditary Peer British Landowner with Left: JIMMY SAVILE – sharing a special handshake 1978

Andrew’s father, the 10th Duke of Devonshire – the Grand Master English Lodge of Freemasons 1947 

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Deborah Vivien Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire, DCVO and husband Andrew

Alastair John Morrison, 3rd Baron Margadale married their daughter

Margadale married Lady Sophia Cavendish,

daughter of Andrew Cavendish, 11th Duke of Devonshire and The Honourable “Debo” Deborah Mitford, on 19 July 1988.

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The Honourable “Debo” Deborah Mitford and Andrew Cavendish, 11th Duke of Devonshire

Morrison family homes – Fonthill House, near Tisbury in Wiltshire.

They also own the 80,000-acre Isle of Islay, off the west coast of Scotland

Fonthill House – previous owner was the notorious paedophile William Beckford

1978: PIE raids, William Blake and Lord Margadale’s estate at Fonthill Wiltshire


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Holidaying with the Morrisons – Islay – Thatchers, Leon Brittain, and noted pederast Sir Peter Morrison

Major John Morrison was a close friend of Thatcher’s as well.


Sir Jimmy Savile – another holiday companion of Thatcher’s

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Noted pederast Sir Peter Morrison – his father, the Tory “kingmaker” Lord Margadale

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James Ian Morrison was born on July 17 1930. His father, the 1st Lord Margadale, was, as John Morrison, the Conservative MP for Salisbury from 1942 to 1964. John Morrison was one of the most influential backbench Tory MPs of his time, as well as one of the most prescient: in 1972 (three years before Mrs Thatcher took over from Edward Heath) he predicted to one of his sons: “Mark my words, Margaret Thatcher will be the next leader of the party.”

John Morrison remained in the House of Commons until 1964, when he was created the 1st Lord Margadale –

it was the last hereditary peerage to be created, until Mrs Thatcher revived the practice in 1983 with viscountcies for George Thomas, the former Speaker, and William Whitelaw (alleged satanist).

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William Whitelaw

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George Thomas was in charge when MP Dickens compiled missing paedophile dossier

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National Children’s Home Viscount Tonypandy, Chairman of the National Children’s Home, presided at a ‘Children in Danger’ luncheon held yesterday at the Travellers’ Club and received a gift from Mr John O’Connell. The guests included Lord Romsey, Mr Harold Haywood , Mr Derek Nimmo, Mr O. E. A. J. Makower and Mr Brian Macarthur.

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Friends: Lord Greville Janner (left) ,when he was an MP, and George Thomas, Speaker of the House, middle, with a party of schoolboys at the House of Commons in 1976

Friends: Lord Greville Janner (left) ,when he was an MP, and George Thomas, Speaker of the House, middle, with a party of schoolboys at the House of Commons in 1976

Tory grandees Edward Heath, Lord Leon Brittan and Willie Whitelaw

‘Willie Whitelaw ordered police to scrap inquiry into VIP child sex abuse ring’: Police launch probe into sensational new cover-up claims

Detectives investigating claim that Whitelaw ordered police to drop inquiry
He allegedly told a senior Met Police boss to quash year-long investigation
It came following revelation CPS prosecutor was considering 350 offences
The revelation provides new line of inquiry for investigation into VIP gang

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Thatcher lobbied for Savile knighthood despite warnings

Savile said getting knighthood was ‘a relief because it got me off the hook‘  … folder contained a handwritten letter from Angus Ogilvy

“The folder encloses the letter from the Prime Minister offering him a knighthood, the envelope it came in, some bumf about keeping it secret till the proper date and then – proudest of all – telegrams from Charles and Diana, from Prince Philip, a handwritten letter from Angus Ogilvy and a homemade card with a stuck-on snapshot of Princess Bea, from the Duchess of York.

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She was the youngest and last of the nazi-linked Mitford sisters and a favourite of Prince Charles and Jimmy Savile

In June 1937, Deborah Mitford visited Munich where she took tea with Adolf Hitler. ‘I went with my sister Unity and our mother to his flat

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Debo’s funeral:
The Prince, pictured with the Duchess of Cornwall and Canon Dave Perkins, followed the Dowager's son, Stoker, 70, the current Duke, in scattering earth on the coffin

The Prince, pictured with the Duchess of Cornwall and Canon Dave Perkins, followed the Dowager’s son, Stoker, 70, the current Duke, in scattering earth on the coffin

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Debo Cavendish – friend of Jimmy Savile:

From the Jimmy Savile auction..

A collection of Christmas greetings cards, including from members of the Royal Household,

four from Princess Alexandra The Honourable Lady Ogilvy and Sir Angus Ogilvy

and two handwritten postcards from Deborah Duchess of Devonshire, signed ‘Debo

Provenance: From the estate of Sir Jimmy Savile. OBE, KCSG, LLD (1926-2011)

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Ms Leathley of Priests House Restaurant told Channel 4 News: “I spoke with him (Savile) a week before he died and we talked about a lot that day. I knew there was something different.”

Yet even the story of his last appearance at the restaurant, a popular wedding venue set in dramatic Dales landscape, is a humorous one.

“He came to a gay wedding and got chatting… I worried that he might say the wrong thing and told him to go.

“But the two women wanted him to stay, and he ended up having a whisky with them.”

Sandra Kirkham told Channel 4 News.

She runs Coxwold Tearooms in North Yorkshire, another favourite haunt for Sir Jimmy, who for many years was a marathon runner who trained around the area.

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Alistair Hall, professor of cardiology, who became a friend after he had operated on Savile. The result was the Leeds University Research Enterprise (Lure) scheme, which gives a handful of promising medical students each year the opportunity to develop as medical researchers, working with leading professors on a range of research projects. This week’s donation will pay for the scheme over the next five years, alongside funding from Heart Research UK for two scholars.

Hall says: “Jimmy is seen to be eccentric, but so is research

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Just over 2 weeks after Savile emerged from his heart operation, Princess Diana was killed.

 

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Sir Jimmy Savile resumes charity work after heart op

Savile’s whereabouts on August 31st 1997 – the Sunday when Princess Diana died.

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Cardiologist Alistair Hall (behind Savile) was among those Sir Jimmy beat.

Sir Jimmy, who underwent a quadruple heart by-pass operation less than three weeks ago, spoke after leading home a group of about 60 walkers in Roundhay Park, Leeds.

“It’s a good warm up for the Great North Run in about four weeks time,” he said.

Cardiologist Alistair Hall was among those Sir Jimmy beat.

Dr Hall said: “He’s making good progress and is ahead of schedule, we couldn’t keep up with him. It’s possible he could take part in the run.”

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Monday 01 September 1997

Sir Jimmy Savile is hoping to take part in a half marathon, just weeks after undergoing heart surgery. The 71-year-old said he felt “terrific” yesterday, after taking part in a charity walk.

Patients and staff from 60 hospitals joined in the first Sir Jimmy Savile Big Mile Walk, in support of the Royal College of Radiologists’s X-appeal at 42 locations across the country.

Sir Jimmy, who underwent a quadruple heart by-pass operation less than three weeks ago, spoke after leading home a group of about 60 walkers in Roundhay Park, Leeds.

Sir Jimmy paid tribute to Diana, Princess of Wales.

“I have known her for 15 years, she was a close friend. “It’s a dreadful thing to happen.” he said.

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A few thoughts on this…

If he was involved in “fixing” Diana’s death, it makes total sense for him to be seen in public, miles away from the scene.
He’d organised for 42 groups of people in different locations across the country, to walk at exactly the same time – on the day one of the most-loved women in the world died. It smacks of dancing on her grave, if he had prior knowledge of the date her death was planned for.

Did he really have a quadruple heart bypass less than three weeks earlier?… Or was he out of the public eye because he was tending to “business”? I don’t believe anything he ever said. He had a penchant for baring his chest, either completely naked or through string vests, for years after 1997. Has anyone ever noticed any scarring?

Finally, his tribute to Diana. It’s odd. It’s more than tad blase: “A dreadful thing to happen”??? That is understatement.

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1999 – Savile – 2 years after his quadruple bypass -no scar

Jimmy Savile and Wagim El Masry Director of the Centre of Spinal Studies and chairman Richard Burbidge at the Oswestry Orthopaedic Hospital for the unveiling of the plaque in 1999

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Jimmy Savile and Wagim El Masry Director of the Centre of Spinal Studies and chairman Richard Burbidge at the Oswestry Orthopaedic Hospital for the unveiling of the plaque in 1999

Bosses will also conduct a review of the use of mobile phones.

They want to ensure photographs are not taken within clinical areas.

The action was agreed after Oswestry Orthopaedic, which Savile visited in 1999 to launch the start of work on its spinal injuries unit, was among all hospitals in England contacted by NHS chief executive Sir David Nicholson.

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Savile’s death on the morning of October 29, 2011, was certified by Prof Alistair Hall, his cardiologist, who had been called to his flat by the concerned caretaker and family members.

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Professor Alistair Hall, the award-winning Leeds cardiologist and Jimmy’s close friend, was one of the last to see Jimmy alive.

The senior cardiologist, who carried out Sir Jimmy’s quadruple heart bypass operation a decade ago, said the broadcaster and sportsman was an amazing person who fully deserved to be honoured publically

Professor Alistair Hall, senior consultant cardiologist at Leeds General Infirmary and St James’s Hospital, said: “I am 100 per cent in agreement that the wonderful Sir Jimmy should be made Freeman of the City.

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“The thing about me is I get things done and I work deep cover,” Sir Jimmy, 81, tells Esquire. “I’ve known the Royal Family for a million years.”

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Stoke Mandeville Charity

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Sir Jimmy Savile, OBE pictured outside a Sex Clinic in Mumbai, India in 1992. While other passengers visited the tourist sights, Savile made a macabre excursion to a Hindu crematorium and the Towers of Silence, where members of the Zoroastrian sect leave their dead in the open to be devoured by vultures and other predatory birds.

The disc jockey and radio and TV personality was “Running around the world”, raising money for Stoke Mandeville and other charities

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Dr Roger Bodley –   first directorship on file was in 1991 at Stoke Mandeville Hospital Education Centre Limited.

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STOKE MANDEVILLE – DR ROGER BODLEY at since 1984

For 25 years until 2009, he was the senior radiologist at Stoke Mandeville Hospital

The Jimmy Savile Charitable Trust is primarily based in the Leeds area, although not all of its trustees – listed as Luke Lucas, Dr Roger Bodley and Lady Gabrielle Greenbury on the Charity Commission’s website – still live there.
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Roger Bodley, 65, is one of only three trustees of the charity. He bought a broad sword and ceremonial shield for a new charitable venture at Sir Jimmy’s Scottish cottage.A charity bought a sword and shield (left) for £700 to decorate a Scottish retreat for the disabled

He said: ‘We are hoping to put these items on the wall at his Glencoe cottage which we are going to convert into a kind of retreat for disabled people. It will be called Jimmy’s at Glencoe.’


About Dr Roger Nicholas Bodley of Stoke Mandeville
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Dr Roger Nicholas Bodley was born in 1947 and the first directorship we have on file was in 1991 at Stoke Mandeville Hospital Education Centre Limited. Them most recent directorship was with Stoke Mandeville Hospital Education Centre Limited where they held the position of “Radiologist”. This company has been around since 12 Apr 1972 .

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Dr. Roger Bodley is an English medical graduate who came to Tasmania in 1976 and worked there for 6 years before returning to train as a radiologist. Worked in Oxford and Stoke Mandeville Hospital (which includes the National Spinal Injuries Centre, home of The Paralympics) and after retirement from the NHS returned part time to the beautiful NW Coast of Tasmania to work, teach and to build a home on Table Cape. Having come across Hempcrete at the London exhibition “Ecobuild” in 2008 I decided that my house was to be a showcase for this exciting material. The last few years have seen the slow realisation of that idea.

3.21 DC1 and DS6 interviewed Savile on tape under caution at his private office at Stoke Mandeville Hospital on 1st October 2009. Present with Savile was a ‘friend’ who was a trustee of the Jimmy Savile Stoke Mandeville Charitable Trust. It is not clear in what capacity this male was present as there is no indication that Savile required an appropriate adult and he was not acting as a legal representative.

http://www.surrey.police.uk/Portals/…11.01.2013.pdf

The Trustees at that time were

James Collier CB We are lucky to have the experience of this
gentleman. A working life as a very senior civil servant,
starting off in the Treasury, worked for eleven Chancellors
before being transferred to the NHS as a financial trouble
shooter.

Luke Lucas A self-made millionaire in the security industry
with several confidential contracts with the Home Office. The
youngest of the Trustees, spends regular days and nights at the
NSIC and is totally dedicated to its work. Hoping to retire from
business and looking forward to staying completely involved
with the Trust.

Sir Jimmy Savile OBE, KCSG Started it all and is still going
strong.

Dr Roger Bodley Is one of the world’s leading Radiologists,
lecturing as far a field as Australia, New Zealand and all the
Americas. He also holds a very senior position in Diagnostic
Radiology at Stoke Mandeville Hospital.

http://www.charitycommission.gov.uk/…090331_e_c.pdf

How come then that Jo Summers,Solicitor for Jimmy Savile Charitable Trust, said in a BBC story on October 23 2012

‘……..the charity’s trustees had been left “personally shocked” by the sex abuse scandal, stressing they had absolutely no idea of the alleged crimes now coming to light. They knew Jimmy for many years, volunteered to be his charity trustees. They can’t recognise the person they are reading about in the papers,”

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-20001588

Which trustee was it, I wonder?

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Dr Roger Bodley MA, BM BCh, FRACGP, FRCR, FRANZCR

Dr Bodley qualified from Oxford in 1973 and shortly after came to Burnie as an RMO where he worked with Donough O’Brien, John Kille, Don McTaggart and Graham Standen amongst others.

He and his wife (Dr Palmer), joined the Wynyard GP practice as trainees and then associates.

It was a discussion with radiologist Paul Huang about a patient led to a curiosity about interventional radiology and his subsequent return to Radiology training in Oxford in 1981. For 25 years until 2009, he was the senior radiologist at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, an acute hospital for 500,000 population as well as the home of The National Spinal Injuries Centre.

His special interests include spinal and interventional radiology.

Campus(es):
Northern Tasmania

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Stoke Mandeville’s former director of nursing, Chris McFarlane, said Savile had “100% access” to all parts of the hospital.

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A new independent report found Jimmy Savile abused 63 people connected to Stoke Mandeville Hospital, but one formal complaint was ignored.

It found Savile’s reputation as a “sex pest” was an “open secret” among some staff – but allegations probably did not reach managers. The formal complaint – made in 1977 by a victim’s father – should have been reported to police, it added.

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Sylvia Nicol worked for 40 years at the Stoke Mandeville Hospital Trust, she was a trustee and worked for many years as a medical secretary in the spinal unit.

Mrs Nicol said knew Jimmy Savile from the early 1970s, liked him and ‘can’t change her mind’ about him:

“I’m not denying anything took place, it’s not my business to know, I can only know, what I know, can’t I. I can only know that I saw a man that put hours and hours and hours of work into rebuilding a spinal centre, into helping spinal people and other people throughout this country, and I can’t change my mind on that.”

“I can only say that I saw him do good. I can’t be a judge or jury on anything else, can I, and I don’t want to be,” Mrs Nicol added.

 

SN: Well I can only say that I saw him do good. I can’t be a judge or jury on anything else, can I? And I don’t want to be, because I had 40 years working there, a wonderful place to work. None of the sadness that seems to have been going on there was I aware of. I’m just so sad.
BBC: And have you talked to other people who worked at the hospital in those days.
SN: Hundred, dozens.
BBC: Who agree with you?
SN: They never saw anything. And it doesn’t mean to say they’re saying it didn’t happen. Neither am I, but if you don’t see it, if it’s not reported to you… I was in a position in there for two and a half years where anything like that would have been reported to me, but that doesn’t mean to say nothing happened.

BBC: And in all those times that you look back on with such affection and in that relationship that you enjoyed and that lots of other people in the hospital enjoyed with him, never, ever did anyone mention anything amiss?
SN: Absolutely not. Absolutely, categorically, they did not.

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Sylvia Nicol a former trustee of the Jimmy Savile Stoke Mandeville Hospital Trust said Savile “was welcomed with open arms where ever he went … I never heard any rumours”.

 

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Sylvia Nicol says she saw “no inappropriate behaviour ever” by Jimmy Savile, who she worked with raising funds for Stoke Mandeville Hospital

Ms Nicol knew the entertainer from the 1970s onwards, described her sadness at the stories of sexual abuse that have emerged.

“It takes away 40 years of very happy, very good memories”.

 

Sylvia Nicol: How can I come to terms when I never saw any sham. You can only know what you’ve seen. I never heard any rumours. I don’t know any one of the staff and patients that I know who heard or saw or it was reported to them that anything untoward happened to them.

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Slater and Gordon, which represents 44 former staff and patients who say they were abused by Savile at Stoke Mandeville, said it “beggars belief” that senior staff failed to intervene.

Solicitor Liz Dux said: “The victims are hopeful the review will establish a much greater level of accountability than the previous one did.

Anything less will rightly be seen as a whitewash by those people still suffering from the awful crimes Savile committed all those years ago.”

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“One minute he’d (Savile) be talking by phone to The Boss (Prince Charles) and the next minute he’d be walking through the doors of the Flying Pizza on Street Lane, Leeds

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Michael Barrymore used to work at the BBC with Larry Grayson.

Barrymore and Savile were reunited on Celebrity Big Brother in 2006.

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From Dando obituary 1999

Jill Dando wrote to Savile when he was doing the Jim’ll Fix It show.

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Jimmy Savile, Agnes Savile and fellow hospital porter Joe Tyrer


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There has only ever been one woman in his life: his mother Agnes, nicknamed the Duchess, who died in 1973.
He lived with her for her last 16 years and has described the five days he spent alone with her body after her death as the best of his life.
He was first introduced to the Royal Family, he reveals, by Lord Mountbatten. In 1966, Jimmy became the first civilian to be awarded a Royal Marines’ green beret. Mountbatten was comm­and­ant general at the time and realised that Savile could be a useful contact.
Coming from Lord Louis, who was the favourite uncle of Prince Philip, that was quite something,” he says. “So obviously I hooked up with the Prince – what was good enough for Lord Louis was good enough for him.”

English television presenter Jimmy Savile at the Dorchester Hotel in London, during a tribute luncheon in his honour, 19th June 1978.

In June 1978, Bob Brooksby chauffeured Jimmy Savile to the Dorchester Hotel where members of the royal family and stars of show business rose to give a standing ovation as he walked into the banqueting hall for a special Variety Club luncheon.
Angus Ogilvy, husband of Princess Alexandra and president of the National Association of Youth Clubs, which Jimmy Savile had raised funds for, was the first to get up to speak: ‘He has done more than perhaps anyone else to make the lives of unfortunate people happier than they might ever have been,’  said Ogilvy.
Savile talked of how he had felt ‘great friendship from the off’ with Ogilvy and his wife, socialising with them at the NAYC headquarters on Devonshire Street in London and at any number of gala events. Princess Alexandra was a patron of a hostel for girls in care: ‘At this place I’m a cross between a term-time boyfriend and a fixer of special trips out,’ he added.  It sounds uncannily like the role he created for himself at Duncroft, where their paths certainly crossed at a garden party in May 1974.
The Queen’s cousin was a patron of the mental health charity MIND, and on that occasion she greeted Jimmy Savile with a level of enthusiasm and familiarity that is said to have shocked the school’s main governor, Lady Montagu Norman.
Bill Cotton, by then controller of BBC1, was the next to pay tribute in the Dorchester’s banqueting hall: ‘Jim Callaghan might be Prime Minister and Jimmy Carter President of the United States, but when you say Jim’ll Fix It everybody knows who you mean.’ 3 Jimmy Savile nodded and waved, drinking in the acclaim.
He was seated between Lord Louis Mountbatten and Sir Billy Butlin, two men representative of the social poles he now spanned.
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Sir Jimmy Savile, OBE pictured outside a Sex Clinic in Mumbai, India in 1992. While other passengers visited the tourist sights, Savile made a macabre excursion to a Hindu crematorium and the Towers of Silence, where members of the Zoroastrian sect leave their dead in the open to be devoured by vultures and other predatory birds.

The disc jockey and radio and TV personality was “Running around the world”, raising money for Stoke Mandeville and other charities

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Witnesses said he enjoyed interfering with dead bodies and abused them

Revealed: The glass eye Jimmy Savile stole from a corpse and made into a necklace that he wore on final Top of the Pops – where he also groped a child

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Seasons past: Christmas card from Prince Charles and Camilla Duchess of Cornwall

Jimmy – With kindest regards, Charles and Camilla

Sir Jimmy’s amazing collection of memorabilia reveals warm friendships with Prince Charles, Princess Diana and other Royals including Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson over the years.

A host of Christmas cards signed by Prince Charles and Princess Diana are set to go under the hammer estimated at £300 to £500 each alongside some fascinating personal gifts from Charles.

The Prince, who hailed Sir Jimmy as ‘a national treasure,’ presented him with a pair of Asprey and Garrard silver and blue enamel cufflinks with his fleur de lys crest for his 80th birthday, which are expected to sell for £300 to £500.

Ominous: Christmas card with picture of Prince William, Prince Charles and Prince Harry from Prince Charles to Sir Jimmy in which Prince Charles writes 'give my love to your ladies'

Ominous: Christmas card with picture of Prince William, Prince Charles and Prince Harry from Prince Charles to Sir Jimmy in which Prince Charles writes ‘give my love to your ladies’

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The first Ripper victim’s body was found in Prince Phillip Playing Fields, Leeds.

In 1952 – Prince Philip allegedly initiated into Freemasonry, Navy Lodge, No. 2612 UGLE

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Detectives ‘had a cast made of Savile’s teeth’ to check against bite-marks left on bodies of Yorkshire Ripper victims

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‘Mates’: Peter Sutcliffe named Jimmy Savile in police interviews, left one of his victims’ bodies near the DJ’s home and was regularly visited by him while in Broadmoor

Close: The BBC star's home is very near to where Sutcliffe dumped one of his victims - as the Ripper mentioned in a police interview

Close: Jimmy Savile’s home is very near to where Sutcliffe dumped one of his victims – as the Ripper mentioned in a police interview

Savile, seen at Broadmoor in 1991, as Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe meets boxer Frank Bruno, who was on a visit to open a new gym
‘Child perverts soon become child killers,’ he added.

The detective’s shocking revelation came as the killer, Peter Sutcliffe said that Savile regularly visited him in custody and the pair became friends.

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Broadmoor:  When asked whether the prime minister had a say in his appointment, Savile replied, ‘Shall we say, if she had been asked I am sure she would not have objected.’

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I was going to call it Apocalypse Now Then.

The implicit awareness was that it was going to be dark, because even in that first meeting there was a real, dark, underlying subtle menace to him.”

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Kilimanjaro Supper at the Flying Pizza in Leeds raises £8,300!

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Sir Jimmy Savile enjoying the event

Two of the Kilimanjaro Team Members – John Grantham and Martin Pickles – held a Kilimanjaro Supper at the Flying Pizza in Leeds on Monday 7th September

 


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Reception to Celebrate the Patronages of Princess Alexandra, Buckingham Palace, London, UK – 29 Nov 2016

 

 


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