Jimmy Savile’s interviews with Northern Ireland stars featured in new Netflix series

Two celebrities from Northern Ireland feature in a new Netflix documentary about pedophile TV presenter Jimmy Savile.

Archival footage of Gerry Kelly and Gloria Hunniford is included in the documentary series, which was released earlier this week.

It comes more than a decade after Savile’s death and the ensuing investigation into his sex crimes, spanning more than half a century in more than 50 children’s homes, schools and hospitals across the Great Britain. -Brittany.

Jimmy Savile: A British Horror Story, which runs for nearly three hours, includes accounts of victims, interviews with police as well as interactions with journalists over the years, including Ms Hunniford and Mr Kelly, reminding people how the prolific sex offender has managed to fool so many people.

“You are doing a wonderful job, Jimmy,” Ms Hunniford says in the archive footage, clearly oblivious to Savile’s evil actions.

The predator replies: “No, it’s all from the front. These are just lies.

Hunniford laughs, believing it to be a joke, but the ominous music playing at the end of the clip hints at how true his answer was.

Savile’s real persona only emerged after his death in 2011.

He had raised millions of pounds for charity, was friends with royalty, was honored by Pope John Paul III and even knighted by the Queen during his nearly 50-year career.

The documentary shows how his status as a “national treasure” helped hide much of the truth about his criminality.

Later in the show, he is heard speaking openly in a number of interviews and live TV shows about how he “works not to get caught” and how he is “feared in all girls’ schools in the country”.

In the documentary, the presenter is also heard to say that when he volunteers at hospitals such as Broadmoor, Leeds Infirmary and Stoke Mandeville, he “helps the guys and sometimes when no one is looking I help the girls”.

Mr Kelly interviewed Savile in 2006, visiting his home in Leeds, which the pervert called his “bachelor pad”, as part of his Gerry Meets…UTV series.

Again, Mr. Kelly was clearly unaware of Savile’s true nature.

In the archive clip, the presenter says he arrived home with a “mixture of fascination, bewilderment and pure curiosity”.

During the interview, Savile talks about his lack of interest in how he was perceived and revealed that he doesn’t really care about the outside world beyond his immediate concerns.

The Pervert was one of the biggest TV stars in the UK from the 1960s to the 1990s.

He was known for presenting television shows such as Top of the Pops and Jim’ll Fix It.

Following his death at the age of 84 in October 2011, an ITV documentary revealed his dark past.

It is thought to have preyed on around 500 vulnerable victims as young as two years old.

Mr. Kelly and Ms. Hunniford have been contacted for comment.