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Breakfast's Naga Munchetty has hit out at weather woman Carol Kirkwood for 'abusing' her live on air by mistakenly calling her 'Nana'.<br>The 60-year-old Scottish weathercaster was presenting her regular  http://eyangslot.rf.gd/  on the morning news programme before she handed it back to Naga and Charlie Stayt.<br>But with the nature of live TV, Carol slipped up and accidentally called her female colleague 'Nana' - who she says is a producer on the show - much to Naga's apparent annoyance.<br>              (image:  )    Blunder: BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty has hit out at weather woman Carol Kirkwood for 'abusing' her live on air by mistakenly calling her 'Nana'<br>As she finished her forecast, Carol said: 'The winds will be lighter, just a few showers coming in from the north-west and temperatures ranging from nine to 13 degrees, Nana.'<br>She immediately adds: 'Naga, sorry, we've got a producer called Nana.' <br>  RELATED ARTICLES                    Share this article Share 26 shares    The 47-year-old broadcaster quickly snapped back: 'You say that every single time, and I come and visit you, and you have a cup of tea. I bring you a cup of tea, and have a nice chat - and I've never met Nana,<br>Jibing around with her co-star, Naga said: 'I think Nana is a phantom producer that you just make up so you can abuse me by mispronouncing my name.'<br>      (image:  )    Embarrassed: The 60-year-old Scottish weathercaster was presenting her regular slot on the morning news programme before she handed it back to Naga and Charlie Stayt<br>Carol quips back: 'The shame, Naga, the shame,' with her face held in her hands. <br>She then goes on to explain to viewers who she accidentally called Naga: 'Nana is very much alive and kicking and very lovely with it,' to which Naga replies, 'I have met Nana.  Nana is very nice.<br>'You are very lucky to have such a nice producer especially when you behave so badly.'<br>Making an apparent dig, Carol tells Naga: 'You are awful, but I do like you.'<br>      (image:  )    I can explain! But with the nature of live TV, Carol slipped up and accidentally called her 'Nana' - who she says is a producer on the show, much to Naga's apparent annoyance<br>      (image:  )    Not best pleased: The 47-year-old broadcaster quickly snapped back: 'You say that every single time...  and I've never met Nana!'<br>It comes two weeks after Naga admitted she was branded 'b***dy useless' by bosses in the early days of her career.<br>The TV presenter, 47, has said she had copy 'thrown at her' and left the office in 'floods of tears' back when she was a print journalist.<br>Talking to , Naga said that the harsh treatment made her better at her job in the long-run. <br> She said: 'I had copy thrown at me when I first started in newspapers.  I was told I was b****y useless.<br>      (image:  )    Laugh it off: Jibing around with her co-star, Naga said: 'I think Nana is a phantom producer that you just make up so you can abuse me by mispronouncing my name'<br>'I did go home many a day in tears, but equally, I learnt not to make mistakes, that mistakes weren't acceptable.<br>She said that this made her do her  research 'twice as well and to the best of her ability.' <br>'That fear of making a mistake meant that you did your research twice as well, and to the best of your ability,' she explained.<br>'I remember when I first decided I wanted to explore being on air, I was told, "You are quite sensitive."<br>      'You do take criticism quite hard and you dwell on things.  You need to toughen up". And I did.' <br>Naga recently revealed that she has tried to 'hide' her Asian heritage in the past in a bid to fit in.<br>The presenter admitted she tried to distance herself from her Asian background during her younger years. <br>She told the BBC: 'I know what it's like to hide parts of my whole self, to play down my Asian heritage - it's difficult to acknowledge that I've done it, and hard to admit. Since I was young, I felt I needed to, so that I fitted-in more easily.'<br>      (image:  )    'I was branded b***dy useless': BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty has revealed she had her work 'thrown at her' and was left in floods of tears by bosses in the early days of her career <br>
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