Rolf Harris has returned to the witness stand in his trial over alleged sexual offences, with the prosecution alleging that the entertainer hid a "darker" side to his character.
ITV News Correspondent Lewis Vaughan Jones reports from Southwark Crown Court:
The prosecution case is that the "private Rolf Harris is very different to the public Rolf Harris"
Prosecution allege that "underneath the friendly exterior... There's a darker side."
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