Filming is continuing off Oxford High Street for new Netflix drama An Anatomy of a Scandal.

The new series will star Sienna Miller, Michelle Dockery and Rupert Friend, who comes from Stonesfield.

It is based on the novel of the same name by writer Sarah Vaughan.

Oxford Mail:

Parts of the city centre have been closed off for filming since Wednesday.

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Radcliffe Square has been packed with film trucks and equipment with some filming taking place inside an Oxford University college.

Sarah Vaughan's book was published in the UK in 2019 and was a bestseller.

Oxford Mail:

It follows a Westminster politician whose marriage begins to unravel after he is accused of sexual misconduct, while his wife fights to prove his innocence.

Big Little Lies creator David E Kelley is leading the adaptation of the bestseller.

Sienna Miller plays Oxford University graduate Sophie Whitehouse, the wife and mother-of-two who finds herself at the centre of the scandal.

Dockery will play Kate Woodcroft, a criminal barrister who specialises in prosecuting sex crimes.

Oxford Mail:

Rupert Friend will play junior minister James Whitehouse, who is married to Sophie.

Cyclists have been advised to remove their bikes from railings in advance of filming.

Some of the filming has taken place at night.

Freelance editor Tamsin Shelton tweeted: "No stars spotted but lots of activity."

Scenes for Morse spin-off Endeavour have also recently been filmed in the city centre.

And Richard Madden was at Rewley Road fire station to film scenes for Amazon spy drama Citadel.

Following Ms Shelton's tweet the author Ms Vaughan tweeted back: "Oh Tamsin, you absolute star. Thank you. They're (obviously) filming at night, and I've been imagining the scenes in these locations."

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