Former BBC presenter Peter Rowell has appeared before magistrates in Bristol accused of child sex offences.
Mr Rowell, of Wickwar, near Bristol, is charged with the rape of a child and 10 counts of indecent assault against a girl under 16.
He is also charged with six counts of making indecent pictures of a child and one of possessing an indecent picture.
The 53-year-old, who denies all the charges, was bailed to appear at Bristol Crown Court on 7 October.
At a previous appearance before North Avon magistrates in June he was ordered to surrender his passport.
He was also placed under curfew and told not to leave home without a responsible adult.
Mr Rowell, originally from Sunderland, presented the afternoon show on BBC Radio Bristol and BBC Somerset.
He was also a news bulletin reader on ITV West for more than 10 years and worked as a DJ for commercial radio station GWR in the 1980s.