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BBC Breakfast's Charlie Stayt forced to apologise live on air after broadcast blunder

Live TV can be tricky, especially when it comes to technical issues - but BBC Breakfast presenter Charlie Stayt knows all too well how to calmly handle these situations. On Saturday morning's show, presenter Charlie and Naga Munchetty gave viewers an insight on what to expect on the upcoming programme, but were soon forced to apologise about the sound.

As fellow broadcaster John began to explain what fans could expect from the Euros later today, there appeared to be some sound issues and static coming from his microphone. When the camera panned back to the studio, Charlie then apologised for the sound.

He said: "Apologies for the sound interference, we'll sort that out before talking to John again in the next few minutes." This isn't the first time Charlie has had to apologise live on air as just days after the 61 year old got a ticking off from co-presenter Naga after he admitted he had made up a story for the breakfast time news show.

The two hosts were discussing new airport rules at some UK airports that mean drivers will have to pay a fee to drop off or collect a passenger from a flight. London Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle and London Gatwick are among the airports that charge for dropping off.

The British Travel Association have previously said the fees are “unfair and excessive” and reportedly earn airports £300 million a year.

BBC reporter Ben Boulous joined the discussion to explain how new rules mean charges at some airports are incurred in certain areas after just 10 minutes. To help Ben explain how drivers could avoid the charge and take a car to the airport for free, Charlie asked him for advice on how to offer his friend Barry a lift to the airport without getting fined.