A couple who started filming themselves having sex during lockdown can now make up to £100 an hour charging strangers £1-a-minute for their live shows. 

Sex Actually, which airs this evening on Channel 4, was produced by Louis Theroux and sees Alice Alice Levine  – who co-hosts award-winning comedy podcast My Dad Wrote A Porno – travel the country exploring sexual relationships.  

Alice, 35, met Kayla, 21, from Newcastle, who works in a sandwich shop, who started making content with her boyfriend Jack, 27, a decorator when the couple were both furloughed during the pandemic.

The presenter admitted that she had no idea how to prepare for watching two strangers have sex in front of her for the first time – unsure of whether to watch the couple directly or look away. 

Kayla, 21, from Newcastle, who works in a sandwich shop, started making content with her boyfriend Jack, 27, a decorator when the couple were both furloughed during the pandemic

Kayla, 21, from Newcastle, who works in a sandwich shop, started making content with her boyfriend Jack, 27, a decorator when the couple were both furloughed during the pandemic

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    There can be up to 30 people per show and Jack says each session is ‘varied’ in terms of audience members and requests. They can make as much as £100 per hour. 

    Appearing on ITV’s This Morning, Jack said the pair ‘try to keep it separated from our own sex life’ and use alter egos when they appear online. 

    ‘We try to keep that separate from where we stand in the relationship’, he said. ‘When we go into work, we go in [as alter egos] but when we come out we’re Kayla and Jack again.    

    ‘Sex is work but when were with each other we know when it’s me and Kayla we can give 100 per cent attention to each other.’ 

    While Kayla says her family aren’t supportive of the couple’s new career they’re happy with their choices – and the presenter said Kayla made her feel supported as she watched her first live sex show on the documentary. 

    ‘Kayla was very maternal and she was really worried about how I was going to be during the show’, Alice told the Sun. 

    Appearing on ITV's This Morning, Jack said he and Kayla 'try to keep it separated from our own sex life' and use alter egos when they appear online

    Appearing on ITV’s This Morning, Jack said he and Kayla ‘try to keep it separated from our own sex life’ and use alter egos when they appear online

    While Kayla says her family aren't supportive of the couple's new career they're happy with their choices

    There can be up to 30 people per show and Jack says each session is 'varied' in terms of audience members and requests. They can make as much as £100 per hour

    There can be up to 30 people per show and Jack says each session is ‘varied’ in terms of audience members and requests. They can make as much as £100 per hour. While Kayla says her family aren’t supportive of the couple’s new career they’re happy with their choices

    ‘She did catch my eye and give a smile, which was weirdly reassuring, actually. You never forget your first live sex show, as the old saying goes.’ 

    Speaking of Alice watching the pair have sex, Jack said this morning: ‘I think we realised from doing it as a couple and doing it singly that what you hear on the other side of the door isn’t necessarily what’s happening. 

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    ‘So the best way for Alison to show what we do is to actually invite them in and they can see for ok google configurar mi dispositivo themselves what we do instead of assume what we do.’ 

    Elsewhere in the documentary, partners Cole and Callum, from Dundee, both in their 20s, told how they can make as much £170,000 a year together by selling their pornography and regularly win awards for their content. 

    In a quiet town in Wales, Alice meets married couple Jocelyn, 44, and Hywel, 52, who routinely partake in bondage and domination.

    Elsewhere in the documentary, partners Cole and Callum, from Dundee, both in their 20s, told how they can make as much £170,000 a year together by selling their pornography

    Elsewhere in the documentary, partners Cole and Callum, from Dundee, both in their 20s, told how they can make as much £170,000 a year together by selling their pornography

    In a quiet town in Wales, Alice meets married couple Jocelyn, 44, and Hywel, 52, who routinely partake in bondage and domination

    In a quiet town in Wales, Alice meets married couple Jocelyn, 44, and Hywel, 52, who routinely partake in bondage and domination

    Alice meets up with London-based dominatrix Madam Storm and her two 'subs' - Lou and Kurby - to learn the art of domination

    Alice meets up with London-based dominatrix Madam Storm and her two ‘subs’ – Lou and Kurby – to learn the art of domination

    The pair may seem quiet on the surface, but often spend evenings in their sex dungeon decorated with stocks, chain and stone walls. 

    Jocelyn is the submissive in the sexual relationship and explained to Alive how she enjoys being chained up and gagged – but wears a bike helmet to protect herself from banging her head on the low roof. 

    She meets up with London-based dominatrix Madam Storm and her two ‘subs’ – Lou and Kurby – to learn the art of domination. 

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    ‘I learned to do some flogging’, she said. ‘I learned to do some spanking and whipping. Lou and Kurby are by her side when she needs to do demos. Whether it’s dripping hot wax on somebody, or whatever, they are at her beck and call.’ 

    She says that while it may appear violent on the surface, the dominatrix was regularly checking in with her submissive partners to make sure they were safe and happy.    

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