Harris to receive Bafta fellowship
© Press Association 2011 Rolf Harris is to be given a Bafta fellowship Rolf Harris is to be honoured by Bafta with its highest award, a fellowship.
The 82-year-old broadcaster, musician and artist is being recognised for his "outstanding and exceptional contribution to television".
Australian Rolf has been a regular fixture on TV screens since he signed his first deal with the BBC in 1953.
The veteran broadcaster will be presented with his fellowship at the Arqiva British Academy Television Awards on May 27 at London's Royal Festival Hall.
Previous recipients have included Lord Bragg, Richard Curtis, Sir David Jason and Sir Bruce Forsyth.
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