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Disgraced entertainer Rolf Harris will be released from Stafford Prison on Friday, a court has heard.
The Australian-born TV personality has been appearing at his indecent assault trial at Southwark Crown Court via video link from the prison.
But Judge Deborah Taylor told the jury that the 87-year-old was due for release, meaning he will appear in person for the remainder of the trial.
He is facing trial on four sex offence charges.
The jury has previously been told that Harris had already been convicted and sentenced for other offences in 2014.
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All-round entertainer Rolf Harris has been in Birmingham to unveil a new exhibition of his work.
The artist, singer and TV presenter popped into the studio for Central Tonight.
Rolf Harris has been in Birmingham today for the launch of a new art exhibition of his own works.
He went on to demonstrate his own artistic talents to a crowd of art enthusiasts.
Artist and entertainer Rolf Harris is in the Midlands today to launch a new exhibition of his artwork.
The 82-year-old is at the WhiteWall gallery in Birmingham to show off some of his paintings of American and Australian landscapes.
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Watch Central Tonight at 18.00 as we welcome special guest Rolf Harris to our sofas.
Harris is painting one of his famous broad brush 'Can you tell what it is yet?' paintings for an invited audience at the Whitewall Gallery in Colmore Row, Birmingham.