As she posts video from her hospital bed, Naga Munchetty is inundated with support.


As she posts video from her hospital bed, Naga Munchetty is inundated with support.

NAGA MUNCHETTY has received a flood of support after posting a video from her hospital bed.

Social media users have dubbed Naga Munchetty, 46, a “superstar” for her most recent Instagram post.

The BBC Breakfast presenter shared a video of herself giving blood while terrified.

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Naga shared the video with her 51,500 Instagram followers, in which she can clearly be seen to be nervous.

“Hello, it’s that time again – buttock clenching, leg raising, arm squeezing – giving blood today,” she said, shaking her head.

“I’m now with my wonderful friend Russ, who is accustomed to my thin veins and makes it painless for me.”

“I’m going to get on with my day after this.”

So just know that donating blood is a wonderful thing to do.”

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“I’ll be done,” Naga concluded.

You are doing a good thing if you can or want to donate blood.

In any case, I’ll catch you on BBC Breakfast.”

“Just done this @givebloodnhs with one of my favorite blood takers @willflanders,” she wrote alongside the video.

“And a personal best of 5 minutes 21 seconds for 0.5 liters.”

X” (sic) Woo hoo!

Social media users congratulated the BBC Breakfast presenter for her efforts on behalf of the NHS in the comments section.

“You are a superstar,” Lfielding2 said.

“Naga! You’re a hero,” J0rdy1984 added.

“Well done, a worthwhile thing to do,” Streety68 said.

I’ve already donated 76 pints and plan to donate many more.”

“Thank you Naga,” Trish_c_x said in response to her story.

Donations of blood keep me going.

“Because I can’t produce my own antibodies, I get antibody replacement therapy every two weeks.”

“Ultimately, the infusions keep me in the classroom, where I love to teach.”

I am eternally grateful to anyone who donates blood.


On Tuesday, Naga revealed on her radio show that she will not be following a New Year’s trend.

The BBC presenter was talking about people trying out skateboarding when she admitted she was worried about getting hurt.

Naga hosts a morning news show on BBC Radio 5 Live from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday through Wednesday.

“You know, we’ve talked about New Year’s resolutions, haven’t we?” she asked.

“News from the Brinkwire.”

You are doing a great thing.

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