A BBC radio producer who secretly filmed himself having sex with five different women, including TV and radio hosts, was jailed for eight months Thursday.

Inner London Crown Court heard Benjamin Wilkins was caught when his girlfriend found a stash of DVDs in his loft.

Judge Roger Chapple told the 37-year-old he had "betrayed" the trust of his victims.

Wilkins was also ordered to sign the sex offenders register for 10 years.

The court heard he filmed a series of sexual liaisons with lovers using a hidden camera above his bed.

The films were made over a three-year period starting in 2005.

But Wilkins dismantled the camera before his girlfriend, with whom he had a son, moved into the home.

It was when she was moving her belongings into the loft that she found the discs.

After she watched a DVD, she sent it to the woman involved, who decided to go to the police.

A victim impact statement made by one of the women was read to the court.

The woman, who cannot be identified, said she had needed counseling after she found out what he had done.

She said it left her "feeling violated, dirty and sick."

Nicola Kay, defending Wilkins, said he had not distributed the discs, which were recorded "purely for Mr. Wilkins' own gratification," and all the sexual encounters had been consensual.

Kay told the court Wilkins resigned from his job in August 2008 and his girlfriend stuck by him despite the "exceptional circumstances" of the case.

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