BBC BREAKFAST’s Naga Munchetty has been slammed for her ‘extremely annoying’ interview.
The journalist and presenter, 48, hosted Thursday’s present alongside Charlie Stayt, 60.
One of many morning’s prime tales was how sewage corporations have been dropping uncooked sewage into the oceanCredit score: BBC
Protecting the subject, BBC Breakfast had Ruth Kelly reside on air to debate the informationCredit score: BBC
Each presenters introduced viewers the most recent information from throughout the nation.
One of many morning’s prime tales was how sewage corporations have been dropping uncooked sewage into the ocean.
Protecting the subject, BBC Breakfast had Ruth Kelly reside on air to debate the information.
The previous MP was interviewed by Naga and mentioned how water corporations “wish to be held to account” for the problems.
Nevertheless, as Naga requested Ruth, 55, a variety of questions at a time, the ladies ended up speaking over one another.
It led to viewers at house demanding that Munchetty allowed her company to reply questions.
One mentioned: “Wow. Undecided I’ve seen an interview the place two persons are speaking over one another fairly a lot.”
A second mentioned: “Naga not letting the water woman end talking is extremely annoying #BBCBreakfast.”
“I’m as indignant as the following particular person on the behaviour of the water corporations nevertheless Naga’s fixed ‘gotcha’ method right here is falling flat on its face,” mentioned a 3rd.
Whereas a fourth commented: “Omg would she simply let this lady get her sentence out #BBCBreakfast.”
In the meantime, viewers additionally slammed Naga for her ‘inappropriate remark’ in direction of her co-star.
She has as soon as once more discovered herself in scorching water with followers over a comment to the present’s climate presenter.
After a report concluded a few police canine referred to as Arnie, Charlie complimented the pooch.
“It’s an attractive canine isn’t it,” he mentioned as Naga agreed with him.
She added: “I simply love that look, PC Arnie what a superb title, no messing hey?”
However as Carol appeared on the studio screens standing by, Naga added: “One other particular person you simply don’t, don’t, don’t – simply don’t mess with is Carol Kirkwood.”
Laughing it off, Carol mentioned: “Thanks Naga, good morning to you, what a stunning canine I fully agree with Charlie there.”
BBC Breakfast airs day by day from 6am on BBC One and iPlayer.
As Naga requested Ruth, 55, a variety of questions at a time, the ladies ended up speaking over one anotherCredit score: BBC
Viewers at house demanded that Munchetty allowed her company to reply questionsCredit score: BBC