From Line of Duty to The Missing, Ashes to Ashes and beyond, Keeley Hawes has become of British television’s most beloved stars and ITV’s The Durrells, she’s played one of the nation’s most formidable and resilient TV mums.
Hawes will be joined by Durrells screenwriter Simon Nye and exec producers Sally Woodward Gentle and Lee Morris the Radio Times Television Festival this Saturday (April 7th) to talk all about her fictional TV family (and other animals) and so we want to know what YOU would like to ask her.
That’s right, you can submit a question for Ms Hawes, as we’ll put as many as possible to him on the night. You can still nab a last minute ticket for the session, which kicks off at the BFI on London’s South Bank at 1pm.
Use the comment section below to tell us what you really want to know, or tweet @RadioTimes using the hashtag #RTKeeleyHawes, and your question might be put to Keeley.
Of course, if you’d rather ask it person, you could always just come along to the BFI and spend your weekend in the company of Britain’s TV greats.