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BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty in heated clash with MP as she makes fiery return to show
Naga Munchetty made a fiery comeback to BBC Breakfast after clashing with a guest during Wednesday's instalment of the show.The presenter, 47, returned to hosting duties alongside regular co-host Charlie Stayt, 60, following a one week absence from the red sofa.The duo welcomed the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Thérèse Coffey onto the breakfast show who discussed her plans for improving patients' access to the NHS and social care in England.READ MORE: BBC Breakfast star forced to apologise to Sally Nugent as she questions outfit choiceWhen asked why practises aren't meeting expectations, Thérèse responded: "Well we know there are more clinicians working the NHS than ever before. But I'm also conscious," as Naga interjected: "There are 132,000 vacancies though aren't there?"Thérèse hit back: "I was about to say I'm also conscious there are many vacancies."The interview headed into an even more hostile state towards the end, as the 50-year-old informed Naga: "There are other Media outlets wanting to talk to me this morning."After the interview ended, viewers took to social media to praise Naga on how she handled it, with many crediting the newsreader for "exposing" the Conservative party member.One user fumed: "Therese Coffey saying she has to go and speak to other media outlets to get out of being rinsed by Naga Munchetty.
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BBC Breakfast forced to make huge change as viewers notice everyday item has disappeared
BBC Breakfast viewers had plenty of questions when they noticed the digital clock was missing during Tuesday's programme.Today's episode kicked off at it's usual time slot of 6am, with presenters Jon Kay and Nina Warhurst fronting the first show following the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.But as the duo began talking about the top stories of today, it wasn't long before eagle-eyed fans picked up on the fact the digital clock was absent from the bottom right-hand corner of the screen.READ MORE: BBC Breakfast in major host shake-up as regular Sally Nugent replaced by Nina WarhurstMany people who tune in to watch the early morning show rely on it for the time thanks to the digital clock, causing many to take to social media and question the digital glitch."What happened to the clock? #BBCBreakfast," asked one as another added: "Where’s the little clock??? #BBCBreakfast."A third penned: "Whats happened to your clock this morning? Not showing @BBCBreakfast #noclock," while someone else echoed: "#BBCBreakfast where has the clock gone?"Seeing the abundance of questions surrounding the clock on social media, presenters Jon and Nina addressed the issue later in the show."Our clock is broken. It's disappeared! Our on screen clock has disappeared," the newsreader explained before adding: "It's causing chaos for lots of you this morning.
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BBC Breakfast fans floored as uncanny 'King Charles lookalike' appears on show
BBC viewers thought King Charles III had taken a minute out of his busy day as the new monarch to have a chat with Charlie Stayt on BBC Breakfast.Viewers were left rather distracted on Thursday morning (September 15) as they thought one bloke, a war veteran, looked remarkably like the new king.READ MORE:BBC Breakfast's Sally Nugent and Jon Kay both missing from studio in ongoing shake-upSome fans had to look twice at the man on their screens, and one thought he could rake in some cash if he wanted a future career as a Charles lookalike.Presenter Charlie Stayt had ditched the Salford studio to appear at Westminster and chat to people queuing up to see Her late Majesty inside Westminster Cathedral.Thursday marked the first full day of Her late Majesty's lying in state at Westminster - after she made her final journey from Balmoral to London.He managed to secure a chat with a well-spoken elderly gentleman dressed in a green coat who bared a striking resemblance to Charles.When Charlie asked why he'd come to visit the Queen, Charles' mother, he said: "Well I was in the army for 36 years and the Queen was the Queen, and it's the only way you can pay her respects for all those years that she gave to the nation."It seems he doesn't live at Buckingham Palace, though, because he told Charlie he'd come from Surrey when asked if he'd come far to visit the Queen's coffin.Viewers rushed to comment as they pointed out how similar they thought he looked to Charles.One wrote: "Thought he was talking to the King at first glance" before another admitted: "Yes as he approached I did a double about."A third said: "This gent looked very much like Charles."A fourth suggested: "This chap has a future career as a King Charles impersonator in
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BBC Breakfast's Sally Nugent and Jon Kay both missing from studio in ongoing shake-up
BBC Breakfast's Sally Nugent and Jon Kay were both missing from the studio again during a major format change.The BBC presenters are normally seen in the Salford studio together, but they ditched the red sofa for the second time this week on Tuesday morning (September 13).On Monday, the hosts traveled to separate parts of the UK to provide special coverage of the Queen's death, after the monarch passed away aged 96 at her Balmoral estate last Thursday (September 8).READ MORE: BBC viewers shock as Sally Nugent says stop bringing Paddington bears and sandwichesJon, 52, had appeared live from Edinburgh to mark the arrival of the Queen's coffin from Balmoral, whilst Sally anchored the show from Buckingham Palace in London.But the studio shake-up hadn't changed on Tuesday as Jon was back in Edinburgh on Tuesday and Sally was still in Buckingham Palace.Jon was stood in front of St Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh, where the Queen's coffin was placed to rest for 24 hours for members of the public to pay their respects.Viewers were shown a live shot of mourners queuing up to enter the Edinburgh cathedral to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II after braving the cold and queuing through the night.Opening the show, Jon said: "Good morning, welcome to Tuesday's programme, and it's an extraordinary sight isn't it? The people you're seeing now have queued for hours.
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BBC presenter mocked after sharing 'shocking' news that Paddington Bear is fake
BBC presenter left fans bewildered after sharing insight into Queen Elizabeth II's famous skit with Paddington Bear.The skit saw the Queen and Paddington have a tea party as he wished her a "lovely Jubilee" as she celebrated her 70th year on the throne.READ MORE: BBC viewers shock as Sally Nugent says stop bringing Paddington bears and sandwiches It saw Her Majesty and Paddington pull out their respective Marmalade sandwiches as Paddington said: "Thank you... for everything", before wrapping up the skit as the Jubilee aired on TV.The clip, which already has 9.5million views on YouTube, was discussed on BBC on Sunday afternoon - and the reporter shared his insight into the popular skit.As they discussed Paddington on air, he said: "Can I just add something about the Paddington Bear skit that we've all seen."We should remember that she acted that in an empty space! It wasn't the real Paddington there, even though it looked like it."She acted out what she would say to Paddington and then the CGI experts went in and animated a Paddington image for her!"Shortly after it was aired the clip circulated on Twitter with viewers acting completely bewildered to hear the news.One user shared the clip writing: "Hang on WHAT??", as someone responded: "Paddington isn't real?!?!"A third said: "Paddington wasn't really there?! Shocking!"Another wrote: "Genuinely until BBC News explained it, I actually thought that The Queen performed her Paddington sketch with a real life bear.
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BBC Breakfast's Sally Nugent leaves studio with Jon Kay in major format shake up
Sally Nugent and Jon Kay left the studio to host a special edition of BBC Breakfast this week following the Queen's death.The presenters normally host the BBC One morning show from the famous red sofa at the BBC's MediaCity studio in Salford.However, the pair were forced to ditch the comfort of the studio on Monday morning (September 12) as they were tasked with a special programme that paid tribute to the Queen.READ MORE:BBC Breakfast's Naga and Charlie divide viewers with special tribute to QueenIt comes after Queen Elizabeth II passed away "peacefully" aged 96 at her Balmoral estate in Scotland on Thursday (September 8).Instead, Jon appeared live from Edinburgh to kick off the show at 6am as the city became the first place that members of the public could view the Queen's coffin.He was a fair way from co-host Sally who fronted the show from outside Buckingham Palace, but both wore black outfits out of respect for the monarch.The Queen's coffin left Balmoral Castle in Aberdeenshire on Sunday and completed a six-hour journey to the city, a whopping 175-mile trip.Monday saw the procession move from the Palace of Holyroodhouse to St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh where the coffin will rest for 24 hours, so people could pay their respects.The next day, the Queen's coffin will make the journey to Edinburgh Airport before being flown to RAF Northolt and Buckingham Palace.Mourners can then attend the Queen's lying-in-state, which will occur at the Palace of Westminster from 5pm on Wednesday until Monday (September 19), the day of the Queen's funeral.The last royal to lie in state was the Queen Mother in 2002, when more than 200,000 people came to view the coffin.The Very Reverend Dr David Hoyle said it would be "an opportunity
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BBC Breakfast fans slam Jon Kay over 'daft' questions to Labour's David Lammy
BBC Breakfast host Jon Kay ruffled viewers' feathers with his "daft questions" when he interviewed Labour MP David Lammy on the show.Jon has been providing coverage live from Downing Street this week to mark the announcement and introduction of new Conservative party leader and Prime Minister Liz Truss.Throughout the coverage, Jon has taken time to chat to several MPs and experts as they weigh up how the country is set to move forward with the cost of living crisis as households brace themselves for a tough winter ahead.READ MORE:BBC Breakfast thrown into major format shake-up as Sally Nugent presents soloDavid appeared on the show on Wednesday (September 7) representing the opposition as he gave Labour's stance on what should happen next to aid British citizens and on their attitude towards calling for a general election.Jon asked: "Given the seriousness of the situation and the emergency situation as far as energy bills, are you still calling for a general election now?"The MP replied: "Look, the change that this country needs is a change of party, certainly a change of government, and that could only come about with a general election."So we are absolutely on a sure footing for a general election whenever that is called."Jon interjected: "But are you still calling for one to happen now? Do you think the British public really wants that?"David responded: "Of course, we'd like a general election tomorrow because I think the British public are crying out for change."We get to put our case to the British public and the rules change in terms of media.
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BBC Breakfast’s Jon Kay sparks outrage as Health Secretary shuts down tense chat
BBC Breakfast host Jon Kay was shut down by new Health Secretary Therese Coffey during tense grilling as she ended interview early.During Wednesday’s instalment of the popular BBC morning show, the 52-year-old broadcaster returned to Number 10 Downing Street as he shared live coverage ahead of Liz Truss’ first cabinet meeting.While Sally Nugent held down the fort on the red sofa at the Salford studios, the TV presenter interviewed the first female deputy prime minister as he grilled her on the backlash she has faced on social media.READ MORE:BBC Breakfast thrown into major format shake-up as Sally Nugent presents soloBut it appeared as though the politician was unimpressed with his line of questioning as she swiftly shut down his comments, arguing that she had to “move on” to another broadcaster.When she appeared on the BBC show, the 50-year-old MP discussed her ABCD police which aims to improve ambulances, medical backlog, care, doctors and dentists in the NHS.She told viewers at home: “As I say my focus is on ABCD and that will be my focus for the time that I'm in health and social care.“Forgive me to my friends at the BBC I need to move on to another broadcaster.”Determined to get answers following the backlash she received about her religion and opinions on health, Jon pushed for an answer on air.He said: “Okay well we’ll see you down here in Downing Street very shortly but I was just going to ask you before you go.“You know that there’s scrutiny about your personal views and your faith right now.“You'll also have seen stuff on social media last night talking about you being a smoker, how do you welcome all of this talk?”Therese fired back with: "I didn’t look at social media last night, I'm too busy trying to get
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BBC Breakfast presenter admits they 'got into terrible trouble' with TV viewer
BBC Breakfast presenter Jon Kay revealed why he angered a TV viewer.On Wednesday's show (August 31), Jon starred alongside his co-star Sally Nugent who both chatted to weather reporter Carol Kirkwood on the programme.After her daily weather report, Carol explained how she was overjoyed that some rain was coming to the UK.READ MORE: BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty ‘enjoys’ Bradley Walsh ‘waking up to her’ in cheeky quipCarol said: "And that leads us into a rather unsettled weekend and also an unsettled start to next week, with some rain on the cards."Of course, rain is welcome many of us have still been in a drought so there won't be enough rain to alleviate that but at least there is some rain in the forecast."Host Jon then explained why he got into trouble with an angry BBC viewer the day before.Jon explained: "Yeah, I got into terrible trouble with somebody on Twitter yesterday a lady called Anne because I said 'oh good, we've got some rain coming' and she said 'I'm getting married on Saturday don't wish for rain!'"You can't win," he added.This comes after Jon also revealed his "most terrifying moment" which actually took place on a famous TV quiz show. On Monday's programme (August 29), the two hosts celebrated the 60th anniversary of University Challenge.Talking about his stint on the show, Jon said: "It was the most terrifying thing I've ever done."Sally replied: "You answered a question, though.
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BBC Breakfast’s Carol Kirkwood says she’s a ‘broken woman’ in candid on-air confession
BBC Breakfast star Carol Kirkwood admitted she is a “broken woman” in a tragic on-air confession.The weather presenter was giving an update for the week alongside Jon Kay and Tina Daheley, who was replacing Sally Nugent on the iconic red sofa during the holidays.Following on from a segment on local photography, dubbed ‘Life’, which featured pictures of a sewage plant among other minimalistic snaps of chip shops and local industry, Jon commented: “Beautiful pictures, aren’t they? Stunning.READ MORE:BBC Breakfast's Carol Kirkwood warns 'I'm not kidding' as host forced to defend himself“And I doubted that a sewage plant could look beautiful, but it did.”Things then took a turn for the awkward, as Tina attempted to follow up: “Er, and… I’m not sure! I’m trying to think of a way to link in to Carol, but with the word sewage…”An incredulous Jon replied: “What, from sewage?! Good luck with that, Tina” as Tina said: “Well, exactly! So I’m going to leave that there, and instead mention the word ‘muggy’, that you mentioned earlier, Carol.”Trying to keep a smile on her face, Carol responded: “Ah, top of the class to you today, you are absolutely right!”Jon chimed in: “Well recovered, Tina!” as Carol continued: “I know, I was a broken woman there for a minute.
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BBC Breakfast hosts brand Carol Kirkwood 'most normal' in veiled dig at co-stars
BBC Breakfast's Sally Nugent and Jon Kay were left giggling after they branded weather presenter Carol Kirkwood as the "most normal" member of the cast.Show regulars Jon and Sally passed over to their co-star Carol so that she could inform viewers about the current weather situation.The UK is experiencing a heatwave and a drought, so sudden rain and expected thunderstorms may bring flash flooding for some.READ MORE: BBC Breakfast's Nina Warhurst issues apology after sharing concern for 'struggling' co-hostAfter Carol gave her forecast, she passed back to John and Sally in the BBC studio.Jon breathed a sigh of relief and said: "Almost normal."He then clarified that he meant "the weather, not Carol," and Sally giggled.She responded with: "Carol's the most normal out of all of us!"Sally's cheeky comment comes as Carol has recently shared fears over leaving her job as a weather presenter for the early morning news show.Kirkwood has admitted that she is worried to face the axe due to concerns about her age and said that her exit may be within the next 10 years.The 60-year-old has been with the show since 2000 and with BBC News since 1998.Carol has revealed that she would like to be with the show way into the future, but reckons she won't be around the BBC studios at 70-years-old.In an interview with Western Mail, Carol opened up about her career woes.She said: "Hopefully it will be natural, but I also have to acknowledge I’m 60 and [I'm] unlikely to be at the BBC when I’m 70, I would have thought. It’s the natural course of events.
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BBC Breakfast host Victoria Fritz’s life - waters breaking on-air to health battle
BBC Breakfast fans have seen a whole host of different presenters in recent weeks, as permanent hosts Jon Kay and Sally Nugent took some time off to coincide with the summer holidays.Even Charlie Stayt has been absent from some programmes, with Ben Thompson standing in for him alongside Naga Munchetty.But presenter Victoria Fritz particularly caught fans’ attention as she branded herself the “luckiest woman alive” while standing in for Sally alongside Ben.READ MORE: BBC Breakfast Ben Thompson’s life - hunky boyfriend, shirtless snaps and ‘bullying’ rowWhat about the star’s life when the cameras aren’t rolling, though? From her waters breaking just after a live broadcast to her struggles giving birth to a premature baby, Daily Star takes a look.Victoria knew that, while pregnant, she’d need to be prepared with a job that took her all over the country.The star made notes of good hospitals in various UK cities as a worst case scenario - and found she needed them when her waters broke just after she discussed the business news of the day live on BBC Breakfast.She was hundreds of miles away from her home in London while at the Media City studios in Salford, and unable to contact her husband Dan.Sally Nugent was forced to step in for Victoria as she travelled to the nearby St Mary’s Hospital in Manchester, and she gave birth to her son William five weeks early.Speaking of the incident, Victoria admitted to MailOnline: “It feels surreal. Everything happened so quickly.
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