She says the BBC presenter has a "no-nonsense likeability" off air as well and on air and is taking to her new Radio 5 Live show.
"I’ve always been quite critical of my voice and I’ve been told it’s like a foghorn, and grating, but it seems to be working on radio, which I’m really delighted with", says Naga.
We're also told, among other things that, "like her nemesis Trump, she is a “slightly obsessed” golfer — she has a handicap of seven — and is desperately missing the green."
I was unaware that her husband's name is James Haggar, so if she had taken his name she'd have been Naga Haggar.
On interviewing politicians Naga says:
Politicians are in a very tricky situation and I don’t think we should blame anyone for not having a crystal ball. But our viewers are more than capable of recognising when someone doesn’t answer a question. One of the most powerful things if someone still won’t answer is to say, ‘You haven’t answered that question, but let’s move on’.
The top-rated comment below the article isn't quite as enthusiastic as Katherine though. It reads:
I'm afraid I don't share the writer's crush on Naga. She is not a good or hard interviewer she is just rude. She starts an interview with a negative statement then tries to shoe horn the questions to justify the comment. She usually fails. She also makes comments about her fellow presenters. If they make the slightest mistake she draws attention to it, so, no not a fan.