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16-Sep-2017 10:06

This is horrendous – stop throwing me these things! Then you get a moment where you go, ‘We’ve still got to do all these films for next season but Netflix want to fly us out [to America] for this thing called the Emmys. I guess we have to go,’ and then you go out and win and you think, ‘Hold on – how did this happen?

’ We were a failing show on Channel 4 – well, not failing – but a show that they didn’t want anymore and now... It’s a staggering journey – and a series close to Britain’s heart.

For example, last season we did ‘San Junipero’ – while there’s a big concept there, most of the story doesn’t revolve around that; it’s a backgrounded device to tell our human story.

If we had a smaller budget, we’d probably have had to set it in the UK but when I looked back at how I perceived the 1980s, all my references were American.

Episode two: So this one’s like an indie movie set in blue-collar America, even though we filmed it in Canada.

It follows a mother who has a young daughter and faces that perennial question of how to look after a child in an increasingly technical world; it taps into helicopter parenting…

It’s a film set in the near future where your memories are no longer private so they can be dredged – sometimes in helpful ways.

was granted an exclusive opportunity to speak to Jones – fresh from the show’s double Emmy win for the episode “San Junipero” – who was, at the time of talking, completing work on the six episodes that’ll comprise season four. Obviously, I should add it’s a real privilege.” With the episode titles, cast and directors already announced for each, Jones divulged more details on what to expect from each instalment which you can see below alongside our full interview.