How will Miriam Margolyes react to a police internal exam? ☝️😳🤣 @The Graham Norton Show ⭐️ BBC

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Miriam Margolyes, one of our favourite guests ever on Graham’s sofa retells a classic anecdote. A parking ticket escalates to an arrest and then a strip search in Bow Street station.

The Graham Norton Show | Series 29 Episode 7 | BBC

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