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    Gareth Thomas talks about how the support he received during his first Iron Man challenge helped him get through it, as it was just after his HIV positive status had been made public.

    Joining Graham tonight: Oscar-nominated Get Out star Daniel Kaluuya, in crime biopic Judas and the Black Messiah; Hollywood star Sienna Miller, talking about her surreal drama Wander Darkly; Hustle star Adrian Lester, promoting the live-streaming new play Hymn; actor Mayim Bialik (Blossom, The Big Bang Theory) starring in new Miranda-based sitcom Call Me Kat; and top comics (and husband and wife) Marcus Brigstocke and Rachel Parris. With music from British singer-songwriter Arlo Parks, who performs her current single Caroline.

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