BBC broadcaster Nicky Campbell has interviewed the daughter of an alleged paedophile teacher who he says sexually abused him at boarding school.
Campbell has spearheaded a public campaign about the abuse at Edinburgh Academy in the 1970s.
He spoke with 64-year-old Jenny Pearson who commented for the first time about the allegations against her late father Hamish Dawson, before describing her parents as an 'abomination', The Mirror reports.
She said: 'Knowing I'm the daughter of a paedophile, it's repulsive, shameful.
'It's disgusting. I've spent my whole professional life fighting for the rights of children and young people.'
The broadcaster, 61, (pictured as a child) said he could never talk about the abuse he suffered at Edinburgh Academy while his parents were alive, as they 'sacrificed' so much for him to attend
Broadcaster Nicky Campbell says in addition to the abuse he suffered from Hamish Dawson, he witnessed another teacher 'Edgar' abuse male pupils at Edinburgh Academy in the 1970s
Mrs Pearson reached...