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Keeley Hawes reveals the technique used to film kissing scenes with Covid restrictions.

Among the guests joining Graham tonight: Bodyguard and Durrells star Keeley Hawes, in new drama series Finding Alice; actor and writer Noel Clarke (Doctor Who) back in cop drama Bulletproof: South Africa; hilarious comic Daniel Sloss; Hollywood star Rebel Wilson, teaming up with Ant Middleton (SAS: Who Dares Wins) for a Mexican adventure in Straight Talking; and hit film-maker M Night Shyamalan, talking about his new psychological horror series Servant. With music from Jake Bugg, who performs his current single All I Need.

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