Shane Dunphy joined George Hook to discuss the things people say, often naively, about child abuse, but they really shouldn't.
Former darts world champion Eric Bristow apologised last Wednesday for tweeting that the footballers in the emerging child sexual abuse scandal were "wimps" and demanding to know why they didn't "sort out" their abusers "when they got older and fitter".
Bristow claimed the comments, which he admitted were badly worded, were really an attempt to encourage children who had experienced abuse to come forward.
George Hook expressed some sympathy for Bristow's predicament today on High Noon.
To try to shed some light on this very dark subject, George was joined on High Noon by child protection expert Shane Dunphy, who shared the five main things people say about child abuse - and why they probably shouldn't say them. The five things are:
To hear the full conversation between George and Shane, click below.