Irish presenter and author Graham Norton says the pandemic has made his work life easier.
Aside from his TV chat show on the BBC, he presents 'The Graham Norton Radio Show' on Virgin Radio in the UK.
But he says working from home means he's doing things differently.
He told Moncrieff this means spending more time in his home in Cork.
"I read about myself or I see a thing about myself, and I think 'He seems like a workaholic'.
"Honestly if you knew my life, I do nothing for the vast majority of the time - I'm in west Cork right now, just staring at a wall.
"The other nice kind of thing about the whole pandemic is that idea of doing things remotely, which we've all embraced.
"I'm now in a nice position where... I do an Audible book club, I can do that from home.
"For the last couple of years I did the wine blending from home via Zoom with the guys from New Zealand.
"So it makes things kind of far more achievable and just easier.
"What looks like a heavy workload is now a lot of me sitting in my house talking in a computer", he says.
On his radio show, he says this seems to have fallen into place.
"When I live in London, I do the radio show from London - but at the moment I'm doing it in Bandon.
"I'm down in the studios of C103 - your competitors", he laughs.
"I snuck in this year - I don't even think they know I'm there this year.
"Last year they posted a picture, so this year I just snuck in.
"That's been great... it's been a kind of a gift of the pandemic," he adds.
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