BBC radio presenters accused of child sex offences

Miranda Moore QC instructed by the Crown Prosecution Service appeared at Warwick Crown Court yesterday on a case involving a veteran BBC radio broadcaster and his wife, who are accused of having sex in front of a group of teenage boys in public on five different occasions during the 1990s. Both defendants deny the charges.

A three week trial has been listed on the 15th May.

The case is receiving widespread media attention.  See, for example Metro and The Telegraph.