Nothing odd at all, social distancing is a reality.
I think you misunderstood the point I was making.
The 'oddness' is the continued use of this angle, which emphasises the image closer to the camera. Just look at the circular dais, to see how distorted the image normally appears, but not usually noticeable as much when there are only a few people on the sofa close together.
That angle is normally used to make the space look bigger, but in this instance exaggerates the distance between presenters, and also makes Louise appear taller than Dan, which clearly she isn't (she's about a foot shorter).