Savile inquiry: BBC acting director general denies censorship
22 February 2013 Last updated at 13:24 GMT
Evidence submitted to the Pollard Inquiry - which looked into the reasons why a Newsnight programme dropped an investigation into sex abuse by Jimmy Savile - has been published by the BBC.
In December, the independent review concluded that the decision had been "seriously flawed".
Around three percent of the thousands of newly-released documents had passages blacked out, or redacted.
The acting director general of the BBC, Tim Davie, says this was done purely on legal advice.