A former BBC presenter dubbed a "predatory paedophile" has been jailed for 22 years after being convicted of sexually abusing seven boys over two decades.
Ex-BBC Norfolk and former Radio Clyde broadcaster Michael Souter was found guilty of 26 offences including indecent assault, indecency with a child, serious sexual offences, and seven counts of possessing indecent images of children at a trial which finished earlier this month.
He was sentenced at Norwich Crown Court today.
Norfolk Police said the 60-year-old, of Low Bungay Road, Loddon, Norfolk, was responsible for "one of the worst cases of prolonged child abuse" officers had dealt with.
Detectives are investigating further allegations of abuse against former BBC radio presenter Michael Souter.
Mike Souter was a former radio presenter who revelled in his contacts with the rich and famous but had a dark secret.