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BBC's Naga Munchetty issues warning to Charlie Stayt as he leaves the studio

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BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty gave a stern warning to her co-anchor Charlie Stayt to "look where he's going" on Saturday morning's edition of the beloved show (October 8).Hosting the daily programme together on the red sofa like they so often do, Naga and Charlie discussed Children In Need, which will take place next month on November 18.The pair discussed the iconic Children In Need Rickshaw Relay that sees former Blue Peter host Matt Baker and a team of five inspiring young people take on a relay-style ride over five days.READ NEXT: BBC Breakfast turns tense as Naga Munchetty shuts down Charlie Stayt in 'nonsense' rowCharlie left Naga in the studio and met with a group of people sitting outside of Media City in Salford Quays.Discussing the brilliant things that Children In Need does each year, Charlie spoke to each person about the Rickshaw Relay before wanting to get in on the action himself.

Overjoyed when told that he could get on the rickshaw and go for a ride around, Charlie seemed excitable before his colleague gave him a stern warning.

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