Jimmy Savile - My Fake Diary
Tuesday, 4 September 2012
Continuing me life story for you all today:
I was a paid consultant to travel agent Thomas Cook and charged a minimum of £10,000 for personal appearances.
Me British Rail "Age of the train" advertisements in 1984 brought in around £500,000.
But I gave away nine-tenths of me income to two charitable trusts and in the later part of me career, I became more famous for his charity fund-raising and work as a voluntary helper at Stoke Mandeville, Leeds Infirmary and Broadmoor.
That was good, I think that's why I'm in heaven and not hell?