A TV producer who worked with Jimmy Savile has said he is sorry he did not report the paedophile.
Canon Colin Semper, who helped produce Speakeasy, a teenage radio show on the BBC in the 1960s and 1970s, said he should have taken "greater care".
He told Sky News: "I didn't tell anybody of, what you might call, authority.
"I'm very, very sorry that I was so obsessed with my programme and with getting it - as best I could - on to the air waves. I should have had greater care.
"I am sorry if I had any responsibility for what has happened over the subsequent time."
A report into Savile by Dame Janet Smith found the canon "ought to have discussed his concerns with a manager".
It added: "I accept that Canon Semper did not 'know' that Savile had sex with underage girls in the sense of ever seeing it happen.
"But he clearly did 'think' that Savile had casual sex with a lot of girls, some of whom might have been underage."
A former Jim'll Fix It producer said he thought Savile's presence was "unnerving" to children.
Katrina Rose was just 14 when she was abused by Jimmy Savile but told ITV News she fears a similar scandal could happen again now.
Jimmy Savile's abuse could have been stopped if people had listened to "the small voice standing up against authority", Lord Hall has said.