Veteran broadcaster Stuart Hall claims that the second of his alleged victims was over the age of 13.
But her recollection is that a song by Leo Sayer was popular at the time of his alleged assault on her - which she claims took place when Hall was made welcome as a guest at a family dinner party.
The prosecution told the jury that Sayer's hit 'You Make Me Feel Like Dancing' was in the charts around Christmas 1976 - when the girl was just 11-years-old.
On that occasion, the court heard, Hall assaulted her while she was lying on her bed - after allegedly plying her with alcohol.
The court later heard that his second alleged victim was also raped in his private dressing room at the BBC, when she was 14 or 15.
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