Naga Munchetty BBC News, Bio, Age, Wiki, Net Worth, Dad, Family, Husband, Ethnicity, Married

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Naga Munchetty Biography| Wikipedia

Naga Munchetty is an English journalist, newsreader, and television presenter. She frequently appears on BBC Breakfast. She has previously hosted BBC World News and the weekday financial affairs show Working Lunch on BBC Two. She left Breakfast in January 2017 to work as the interim business editor for Newsnight while on maternity leave.

Naga Munchettys Education

Her primary schooling was received at Graveney School in Tooting. She earned a degree in English Literature and Language from the University of Leeds in 1997.

Naga Munchetty Age| Real Name

How old is Naga? She is 47 years old as of 25 February 2022. She was born Subha Nagalakshmi Munchetty-Chendriah in 1975 in Streatham, London, England.

Naga Munchetty Ethnicity and Nationality

Naga belongs to the mixed ethnicity/heritage. She was born and raised in Streatham, London, England. She holds British nationality and citizenship by birth. READ MORE: Willow Bay

Naga Munchetty Family| Parents and Dad

She was born and raised in Streatham, London, England, the United Kingdom. Her father is Mauritian and her mother is Indian. Munchetty has a sibling. Munchetty grew raised in the South London borough of Streatham. Her mother is Indian.

Naga Munchettys Husband| Married

Who is her husband? She is happily married to her husband James Haggar an ITV broadcast consultant. The couple married in 2007.

Naga Munchetty Net Worth

Munchetty has an estimated net worth ranging from $2 million – $6 million. Most of her income is mainly accredited to her successful career as a news reporter and anchor.

Naga Munchetty BBC News| Career

Munchetty began her television career as a reporter for Reuters Financial Television, then as a senior producer for CNBC Europe, a business producer and reporter for Channel 4 News, and a Bloomberg Television presenter. Munchetty joined Working Lunch shortly after its relaunch in October 2008 and stayed with the show until its cancellation in July 2010. Munchetty previously hosted Money Box on Radio 4. She also reports from the City for BBC News, assessing public reaction to major financial stories like the Budget and the Pre-Budget Report. Since August 2010, Munchetty has been presenting early morning briefings (UKT) on the BBC News Channel and BBC World News. She frequently appears on BBC One’s Breakfast show.

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Munchetty took over as host of the 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Radio 5 programs on Mondays through Wednesdays in January 2021, succeeding Emma Barnett, who moved to Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour. In September 2010, Munchetty and Sally Taylor co-hosted The Spending Review – The South Today Debate on BBC One. Munchetty also performed Paranormal Investigation: Live on Living on October 30–31, 2010 to commemorate Hallowe’en. Munchetty narrated the BBC documentary Fear and Faith in Paris, which focused on anti-Semitic incidents in Paris and their impact on France’s Jewish population. She won Celebrity Mastermind, which aired on January 2, 2013.

She took over as host of BBC One’s Sunday Morning Live from Sian Williams in June 2016. Emma Barnett and Sean Fletcher took her place in 2017. Munchetty hosted an episode of Newsnight on BBC Two on August 26, 2016. She appeared in the fourteenth series of Strictly Come Dancing, when she was paired with Pasha Kovalev and was voted off in week four (Sunday 16 October 2016). In October 2017, she co-hosted Britain’s Classroom Heroes with Sean Fletcher. Munchetty joined the cast of CBBC sketch show Class Dismissed in 2017, playing a fictionalized version of herself as a Media Studies instructor who pretends to be a newsreader.