Jimmy Savile: The People Who Knew trailer | Available to stream exclusively on Discovery+

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As a new documentary, Jimmy Savile: The People Who Knew, examines the failings that allowed Savile to continue his crimes, Dee Coles explains how he changed her life forever.

“At 14, Dee Coles was what she calls an ‘unworldly’ child. A well-regarded pupil at a small private school in Brighton, she enjoyed a close relationship with her mother, a nurse from Belfast. ‘My mum and I were a unit,’ she remembers.

The teenage Coles was excelling at school, so, in August 1972, her mother rewarded her with a holiday to wherever she wished. Coles chose a hotel in Jersey, because ‘it seemed really exotic. I’d never stayed at a hotel.’”

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