BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty jokes she ‘can’t get rid of’ Owain Wyn Evans

BBC Breakfast star Naga Munchetty joked she “can’t get rid of” the loveable weatherman Owain Wyn Evans ahead of his 24-hour drumathon in an effort to raise money for Children in Need.

The 37 year old appeared on the hit morning show on Thursday to discuss his upcoming challenge with hosts Naga and Charlie Stayt which is set to take place on Friday November 12.

Popular meteorologist, Owain, will be joined by musicians from all across the UK for the one-off event including Mark Richardson – who is the drummer from the band Skunk Anansie – and comedian Al Murray to keep his spirits high.

But there appeared to be a technical issue with the nation’s favourite morning show as producers appeared to cut off the Welsh sweetheart before he could say goodbye to the viewers at home.

The weatherman shared a day-in-the-life video diary with viewers at home as he shared his busy routine after undertaking the mammoth task for charity in which he confessed he is now developing calluses on the palms of his hands from playing the drums so much.

During the interview, Charlie asked how supportive his neighbours must be as he continues to practice ahead of the drumming challenge next week.

Owain confessed: "I'm doing the drumming from here [at his home in Manchester], the weather from here so thank goodness that my neighbours are patient. That's all I can say."

Charlie signed off from their light-hearted interview in which he said: "Owain, thank you very much, we wish you all the best. You're in the final stages of the training camp so good luck."

TV producers then panned over the a close-up shot of Naga and Charlie as they attempted to move onto the next segment on the hit BBC show.

But Owain is heard passing on his thanks to the producers as he interrupted the 46-year-old during her upcoming news topic.

It is then that she joked: "We can't get rid of him" before she reassured viewers: "We wouldn't want to" before she informed viewers how they could donate to beloved charity online.

Viewers can support the Welsh meteorologist online by donating to the charity online via the Children In Need website.

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