AIDAN TURNER'S STUNTMAN SPOTTED SWIMMING ON POLDARK SET

The nation's favourite mine owner looks set to face more danger in the fourth series of the programme, as Ross Poldark's stuntman floated face down in the chilly water on Saturday.

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