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Woman says she was raped twice at the BBC in the 1970s

Organisations working with victims of sexual assault say the Savile scandal has led to an unprecedented rise in the number of people reporting allegations of abuse.

One charity has seen a four-fold increase in calls to its helpline.

"Penny" told BBC Radio 5 live's Tony Livesey that she was raped by Jimmy Savile and another BBC employee on corporation premises in the 1970s.

Her words are spoken by another person to protect her identity.

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  • 24 Oct 2012
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