Naga Munchetty, the British television presenter, newsreader and journalist.

Munchetty was conceived on 25 February 1975 in Streatham, South London.[citation needed] Her mom is Indian and her dad is Mauritian.[2] She was taught at Graveney School in Tooting and at the University of Leeds, where she read English literature.[1] Her first employment was as a columnist on the City Pages of the London Evening Standard.[3] She likewise dealt with the Business Section of The Observer.[3]


Munchetty’s TV vocation started as a columnist for Reuters Financial Television, after which she filled in as a senior maker for CNBC Europe, a business maker and journalist for Channel 4 News and a moderator on Bloomberg Television.[3]

Munchetty joined Working Lunch after the show was redone in October 2008 and remained with the program until it was dropped in July 2010.[4] Munchetty has facilitated Radio 4’s Money Box.[5] She likewise reports from the City for BBC News, checking the response to breaking budgetary stories, for example, the Budget,[6] and the Pre-Budget Report.[7] anchors

Since August 2010, Munchetty has introduced early morning releases (UKT) on the BBC News Channel and BBC World News. She is a standard moderator on BBC One’s Breakfast.[8]

Munchetty co-facilitated The Spending Review – The South Today Debate on BBC One with Sally Taylor in September 2010.[9]

Munchetty additionally introduced Paranormal Investigation: Live on Living on 30–31 October 2010 to observe Hallowe’en.[10] Munchetty portrayed the BBC narrative Fear and Faith in Paris taking a gander at hostile to Semitic assaults in Paris and their effect on the Jewish people group of France. She won Celebrity Mastermind, which was communicated on 2 January 2013. In June 2016, she supplanted Sian Williams as moderator of Sunday Morning Live on BBC One. In 2017, she was supplanted by Emma Barnett and Sean Fletcher. On 26 August 2016, Munchetty introduced a scene of Newsnight on BBC Two.

She was a contender on the fourteenth arrangement of Strictly Come Dancing, having been combined with Pasha Kovalev,[11] and being removed in week four (Sunday 16 October 2016). She co-introduced Britain’s Classroom Heroes with Sean Fletcher in October 2017.

In 2017, Munchetty joined the cast of CBBC sketch show Class Dismissed playing a fictionalized form of herself as a Media Studies educator who acts like a newsreader.

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