For anyone who's been keeping track of the allegations of complicity at the BBC in quashing rumours around Jimmy Saville and his alleged abuse of young girls, it's worth keeping an eye on the news in the next couple of days. I would say that a number of reputations - reasonably high profile ones - are likely to be shredded in the coming months.
Janet Street Porter on Question Time last night admitted that she was aware of the rumours some years ago, but didn't say anything because she was a young BBC starter who wouldn't be believed. She clearly felt the same would apply when she was one of the highest profile journalists and TV producers in the country years later. There'll be plenty wriggling on that hook, and it's hard to imagine that more won't come to light as victims emerge, such as the one who alleged that Saville, Gary Glitter and a third, un-named, celebrity had been involved in this sort of stuff together.
In wholly unrelated news...