Jimmy Savile's producer on Jim'll Fix It has said he was completely unaware of the presenter's activities and said the star managed to "hoodwink" him.
But Roger Ordish said he did know that Savile had a "predilection for younger females".
But he told ITV1's This Morning he saw no abuse during the two decades in which they worked together.
"I didn't see anything and nothing was reported to me," he said. He said Savile was a private man who "compartmentalised" different areas of his life, even stayed at his home.
He slept in a bedroom next to my 14-year-old daughter and I hope that is some
indication that we had no suspicions of anything of this nature at all
Mr Ordish said Savile would compliment younger girls their beauty, "but nothing obscene", adding:
These are girls who are young females, they're not children. they could have been 14 looking like 18, but they were not children in my definition of the word.
Police have confirmed 500 people have come forward as victims of Jimmy Savile.
The investigation into the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal has cost around £2 million so far according to the Metropolitan Police Commissioner.
Jimmy Savile thought he was "untouchable" and would regularly walk in on Broadmoor patients while they were in the bath, it's been claimed.