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belt. Clunes uses the word “bizarre” to de­scribe turn­ing up to a job and be­com­ing so con­nected - “we added up the amount of time I’ve spent and it’s 3.5 years I’ve been mar­ried to Caro­line Catz bounc­ing around these false walls,” he says.

“There are very few new peo­ple on our crew. We’ve all got kids that have grown up bounc­ing into each other every two years, we’ve watched each other’s kids grow up.”

Film­ing the show is even more of a fam­ily af­fair for Clunes, as his wife Philippa Braith­waite – who he has 17-year-old daugh­ter Emily with – is the pro­ducer. How­ever, that doesn’t mean the ac­tor gets a head-start on read­ing through the script.

“It does crop up at home but we’re part­ners in enough things out­side of this as well, par­ent­ing and farm­ing and horses and dogs and all of that, so it’s Clune

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