Producers accused of putting crew at risk after staff member allegedly continued on set after positive test Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage The hit BBC drama Peaky Blinders is being investigated over claims it has broken Covid-19 safety rules.
Crew members claim filming of the sixth season of hit BBC drama Peaky Blinders continued for several hours when a crew members Covid test came back positive.
The actor, 44, transformed into Tommy Shelby and was seen rehearsing and then shooting scenes alongside the actress, 29, in Manchester on Wednesday.
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The crew member took an NHS test in keeping with protocol for the BBC period drama and had to self-isolate, along with anyone else who had come into contact with them.
The former Line Of Duty star, 47, was seen on the set of Peaky Blinders' sixth and final series for the first time with co-star Cillian Murphy at Bramley Moore Dock in Liverpool on Monday.
He's been busy shooting scenes for Peaky Blinders' sixth and final season, after the novel coronavirus pandemic forced production to halt.
The playwright, 73, and the film executive, 61, honoured the 'witty, passionate, and perfect' actress, after she starred in their respective shows, Roadkill and Peaky Blinders.
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On Thursday night, Carey Mulligan won the Independent Spirit Award for Best Female lead for her Promising Young Woman performance. But her acceptance speech during the virtual show ended on a poignant and heartfelt note, as she dedicated her award to the recently passed actress Helen McCrory. Mulligan said, “She was a true independent spirit [