Australian entertainer Rolf Harris was charged with 12 sex offences as part of Operation Yewtree, a police investigation started after sex abuse allegations against the late BBC entertainer Jimmy Savile.
Nov 29 - Harris interviewed by officers from Operation Yewtree five days after his Berkshire property was searched
March 28 - Arrested and quizzed by Met Police detectives but not charged
April 19 - Harris named for the first time by London's Sun newspaper as the Australian entertainer previously arrested
May 2 - British police interview witnesses in Australia
May 19 - Harris appears on stage for the first time since being questioned and thanks crowd for their support
Aug 5 - Rearrested and bailed again following "further allegations" of historical sex abuse
Aug 8 - Replaced as host of British TV show Animal Clinic
Aug 29 - Harris is charged with nine counts of indecently assaulting two girls aged 14 and 15 in the 1980s
Sept 23 - Appears in court where his lawyer indicates the entertainer will plead "not guilty"
Dec 22 - Prosecutors reveal Harris is to face three additional indecent assault charges involving two new alleged victims one aged "seven or eight" and dating back to 1968
Jan 14 - At a preliminary hearing Harris delivers a loud and clear "not guilty" to each of the 12 indecent assault charges
May 6 - The Queen v Rolf Harris begins. Harris arrives at Southwark Crown Court accompanied by his wife Alwen and daughter Bindi
May 9 - Prosecution opens its case against Harris
May 23 - Prosecution closes
May 26 - Defence opens its case with Harris giving evidence
June 5 - Defence closes
June 10 - Prosecution lawyer's final address
June 16 - Defence lawyer's final address
June 17 - Justice Nigel Sweeney sums up the case
June 19 - Jury retires to consider verdicts
June 30 - Found guilty on 12 charges of indecent assault against four girls, from 1968 to 1986.