BBC Breakfast star still missing as Naga Munchetty hosts with stand-in presenter

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    BBC Breakfast host Charlie Stayt appears to still be missing from the famous red sofa.

    On Friday's episode (July 21), the presenter was missing for a second day in a row after now hosting Thursday's show either.

    Instead, Naga Munchetty was sat beside Ben Thompson for the episode.

    Charlie, 61, presenter usually hosts the show from Thursdays through to Saturdays with Naga.

    It has not been confirmed why he was missing from the show, but fans have been wondering where he is.

    The BBC show usually broadcasts from 6am until 9.15am on BBC One every weekday. However, yesterday there was a schedule shakeup.

    Naga and Ben carried on presenting the show as usual on BBC Two.

    Charlie and Naga have been presenting together for almost a decade.

    However, according to reports, their annual salaries are very different.

    Last week, the broadcaster announced its annual star salaries report for the year 2022-23.

    It showed that Naga is paid between £335,000 and £339,000, whereas Charlie took home between £190,000 and £194,999.

    Though it isn't as unfair as it seems, as Naga takes home a sizeable chunk more as she has additional BBC duties, as she also hosts Radio 5 Live's Naga Munchetty Programme.

    Despite the super high salary, the TV presenter has actually had a pay decrease this year.

    Previously, she was earning £365,000 and £369,999 between 2021 and 2022.

    Though it has not been determined whether Charlie has had an increase or decrease.

    Other big BBC stars such as Sally Nugent, Jon Kay and Tina Daheley were also released in the report.

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