WOULD I LIE TO YOU? RETURNS TO THE STUDIO
BBC One's comedy panel show returns to filming its new series after lockdown.
Would I Lie To You returned to the studio this month with host Rob Brydon Team Captains David Mitchell and Lee Mack.
For show sees celebrity guests remain poker-faced while revealing personal stories, being put through their paces in a quick-fire lies round, and explaining their real or invented relationship with a mystery studio guest - all with the ultimate aim of filtering the truth from the fiction.
Sticking to Government guidelines on social distancing, each celebrity will be sat at their own desk spaced two metres apart from each other. Similarly, the studio audience will be seated in 'pods' distanced from each other, and each pod comprises a different number of seats. Some audience members will be sat in the Pinewood cinema, watching the recording live on the screen.
Moreover, on Friday 16th October, the production team behind the show will be trialling a virtual audience. This is not for a full recording, but to help the production to investigate the possibility of recording full shows in this way.
The show continues to record throughout October at Pinewood Studios.
Tickets for recording are available via SRO Audiences.