Naga Munchetty apologises to BBC Breakfast guest as ‘mean’ probe catches him out

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this morning after she asked him a question he didn’t quite know the answer to whilst quizzing him on gardening.

Naga was back on BBC Breakfast for May’s first instalment of the morning news programme alongside co-host Charlie Stayt.

At one point, the duo were joined by Doctor Trevor Dines, who was on-hand to provide his gardening expertise to viewers.

He discussed with the presenters about how those watching at home could get the most out of their lawns this summer.

Trevor explained the benefits of leaving the grass to grow for a little longer before deciding to tackle it with a lawn mower.

Speaking from Treborth Botanic Garden in Bangor, he detailed an initiative by plant life dubbed “No Mow May.”

He told the hosts: “We're encouraging gardeners to put away their mowers for the month of May – put them to bed, leave them in the shed and just let the flowers grow on your lawns.

"Packed full of daisies and dandelions now and then at the end of the month, we ask people to put down a square-metre quadrat – high-tech science here.

“I've got a broom handle and a walking stick and some canes, mark out a one-metre square, count out the number of dandelions, daisies, buttercups, whatever you've got in there, send those results into the Plant Life website.

“We instantly tell you your personal nectar score – how many bees those flowers in your lawn can feed."

The trio picked up on the sound of birds in the background which could be heard during Trevor’s segment.

Trevor told viewers instead of mowing to “sit out on your lawn have a little glass of wine, listen to the birds and enjoy the flowers.”

Pointing to the lawn in view, he noted how they were just starting to open up in the morning sunshine.

“Nothing is better than coming out, listening to the birds and watching a little bee come in and forage on the dandelions,” he commented.

However, when Naga grilled the expert on the bird song, she asked him a question outside his wealth of knowledge.

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“I know you're obviously really into the lawn, but do you know what birds are actually singing?"

Trevor admitted to the host: “I’m afraid I don't," to which she quickly said: “It's alright.

"That's not your area of expertise – that was mean of me to ask, I apologise,” acknowledged Naga.

Offering up an alternative, Trevor replied: “I can tell you every plant in the lawn instead!”

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