BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty makes desperate plea to fans after prized item is stolen | The Sun
BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty made a desperate plea to fans after a prized item was stolen.
The 47-year-old presenter made the appeal while hosting BBC Radio 5 Live today.
Naga was discussing the theme of lending and borrowing on the show, and decided to share one of her own anecdotes.
She said: "I have a boxset of the West Wing – which is an amazing series.
"And I leant out series one, and I’ve never had it back.
“I have haunted all my friends, asking them – accusing them, basically – of having it.
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“And no one's admitted to it, so I ended up having to buy the series one DVD, which doesn’t match in the box set."
She added: “It bothers me no end, because I like things very neat and tidy.
"So, if anyone has that, please can I have it back?”
The West Wing originally aired between 1999 and 2006 and followed the inner workings of the White House under President Josiah Bartlet's administration.
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Martin Sheen played the fictional pilot and other cast members included Rob Lowe, Stockard Channing, Allison Janney and Elisabeth Moss.
It is regularly described as one of the best television shows of all time and was awarded a total of 26 Primetime Emmy Awards.
Meanwhile earlier this week, Naga revealed she had been left "shaken" by a new routine.
In an Instagram post, Naga showed off her make-up free face after an intense interval training session, and admitted it had been a challenge.
She wrote alongside the picture: "Tried interval training today to shake things up… Consider me shaken!"
She added a sweating emoji and then wrote: "Now for a spot of [golf emoji] in the [sun emoji]. Have a lovely Sunday x."
BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.
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