Naga Munchetty: BBC Breakfast host reacts as fan queries ‘tough’ new role minus ‘sidekick’

Naga Munchetty repeatedly fronts BBC Breakfast alongside her co-host Charlie Stayt. She has this month additionally joined BBC Radio 5 Live, presenting three days per week within the mid-morning slot previously stuffed by Emma Barnett.

The 45-year-old has saved her spot on the Breakfast couch from Thursdays to Saturdays.

A social media person has since taken to Twitter and quizzed Naga on life with out having a co-host, claiming it should be “powerful”.

The individual in query wrote: “How are you discovering the new show Naga? It should be powerful doing three hours off your personal again and not using a sidekick.

“I had a sense in the summertime if you had a go, that you simply’ve discovered your good place to do what you do finest. Massive respect to your group – it’s a should pay attention!”

Naga admitted she’s loving her new role as a radio presenter however was fast so as to add she feels “lucky” to proceed internet hosting Breakfast.

In view of her 237,000 followers, the BBC host gushed: “Love my new show and @bbc5live group. Also completely love being on @BBCBreakfast and the group there. Feel very lucky.”

The social media person added: “You’re doing job Naga – hold going!”

Naga’s Radio 5 Live options information, experiences and big-name interviews from across the UK.

Earlier this week, Naga issued an apology to her new colleague Nick Hatfield, after she unintentionally lower him off.

As the journalist delivered an replace on the most recent information, the Breakfast host unintentionally lower him off as she started urgent random buttons within the studio.

As Nick wrapped up the headlines, Naga remarked: “Nick, I’ve bought to apologize. Do you understand what I did?”

“You urgent buttons you shouldn’t have by the seems of it,” Nick replied.

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Naga instructed her colleague: “I do like urgent a button, notably buttons I’m instructed I’m not allowed to push.

“But I pressed the speak again button and didn’t realise. It’s the button we press after we attempt to speak to our studio managers or studio administrators or producers so we’re not heard.

“But I wasn’t meant to the touch that one, I used to be meant to the touch the lower one and I touched the improper one. But you understand I’m studying and I’m sorry.”

Nick joked that Naga was “bored” with the knowledge he had learn out.

Elsewhere, the broadcaster handled herself to a pleasant meal as she defined being alone for the night.

Naga, who’s married to James Haggar, shared a snap of her meals through Instagram.

“Very not often do I hassle placing collectively a meal that’s greater than practical when consuming alone. I discover it tough to take the time for simply me,” the BBC host said, in view of her 38,000 followers.

She added: “Very glad I handled myself this night #fortunate.”

BBC Breakfast airs every day on BBC One at 6am and Naga Munchetty airs on BBC Radio 5 Live Monday-Wednesday at 10am.

 

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