Former TV weatherman Fred Talbot has been convicted of a string of historical sex offences against schoolboys in his care during trips to Scotland.
A jury found the 67-year-old guilty of indecently assaulting seven teenage boys during camping and boating trips in the 1970s and 1980s while he was a biology teacher at a school in the Manchester area.
Talbot, of Greater Manchester, had denied the allegations but was convicted of seven of nine charges after a nine-day trial at Lanark Sheriff Court.
The former television personality, who used to be a regular on the floating weather map in Liverpool's Albert Dock for ITV's This Morning show, was previously jailed for five years in Manchester in 2015 for indecently assaulting two schoolboys, the court heard.
The jury took four hours over two days to consider their verdict.
Talbot, wearing a short-sleeved shirt and tie, sat impassively as the verdict was delivered.
Sentence was deferred until June 15.
The jury found Talbot unanimously guilty of two of the charges against him. The remaining five guilty verdicts were by majority.
He was cleared of two charges - one of indecent assault and one of lewd, indecent and libidinous practices - on not proven verdicts.