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TV doctor Michael Mosley’s final moments revealed


Local cameraman details spotting body during search for Michael Mosley

A new CCTV sighting of Dr Michael Mosley has been uncovered, just two hours before his death on the rocky hillside of a Greek island.

Clutching his purple umbrella, he can be seen walking past a house at around 2pm last Wednesday, with the initial findings of his autopsy stating that he likely died at around 4pm.

Greek media reports say he may have rested just yards away from the safety of a restaurant before collapsing.

Initial investigations suggested that foul play was not suspected although the condition of his remains made it difficult to establish the exact cause of death, Proto Thema reported.

The TV star’s body was discovered in a rocky area close to Agia Marina beach on Sunday following a major five-day search on the Greek island of Symi.

The 67-year-old was last seen leaving Saint Nikolas beach at around 1.30pm on Wednesday, setting off for a coastal walk in searing heat without his mobile phone.

Tributes have been pouring in for the medic, whose loved ones have described him as “extremely kind” and a “brilliant science broadcaster” after his tragic death.

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BBC outlines two programmes in honour of Michaer Mosley

The BBC has outlined the details of two programmes that will remember TV presenter and columnist Michael Mosley, who died while on holiday in Greece.

Michael Mosley – The Doctor Who Changed Britain will take a look at his almost four decades of broadcasting following the 67-year-old’s body being found after he went missing on the island of Symi on Wednesday.

Mosley was discovered in a rocky area near Agia Marina beach on Sunday.

He first trained as a doctor before moving into the world of broadcasting, presenting a host of science programmes and films on the BBC including the series Trust Me, I’m A Doctor, which looked at healthcare in Britain.

The BBC One special, broadcast on Friday at 8pm, will look at how he transformed people’s lives and was an executive producer following him working on the shows Pompeii – The Last Day; Krakatoa Revealed; Life Before Birth, and Supervolcano.

The corporation said: “His programmes have made a lasting impact on the nation’s health habits from intermittent fasting to the benefits of a cold shower.

“Michael also shared his own struggles with audiences worldwide; as a chronic insomniac he made programmes about sleep and, ever curious, he would also go to extremes in the pursuit of science, even infecting himself with a tapeworm.

“Celebrating Michael’s career, this programme marks the enormous impact he made, touching the lives of so many.”

Another programme, There’s Only One Michael Mosley, will air on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Sounds from Friday at 11am, and will contain the last interview the TV doctor conducted.

He recorded a special edition of Just One Thing, in which he regularly revealed tips to help improve your health, at the Hay Festival on May 25 with Professor Paul Bloom.

TV doctor and columnist Michael Mosley died while on holiday (John Rogers/BBC)
TV doctor and columnist Michael Mosley died while on holiday (John Rogers/BBC) (PA Media)

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BBC outlines two programmes in honour of Michaer Mosley

The BBC has outlined the details of two programmes that will remember TV presenter and columnist Michael Mosley, who died while on holiday in Greece.

Michael Mosley – The Doctor Who Changed Britain will take a look at his almost four decades of broadcasting following the 67-year-old’s body being found after he went missing on the island of Symi on Wednesday.

Mosley was discovered in a rocky area near Agia Marina beach on Sunday.

He first trained as a doctor before moving into the world of broadcasting, presenting a host of science programmes and films on the BBC including the series Trust Me, I’m A Doctor, which looked at healthcare in Britain.

The BBC One special, broadcast on Friday at 8pm, will look at how he transformed people’s lives and was an executive producer following him working on the shows Pompeii – The Last Day; Krakatoa Revealed; Life Before Birth, and Supervolcano.

The corporation said: “His programmes have made a lasting impact on the nation’s health habits from intermittent fasting to the benefits of a cold shower.

“Michael also shared his own struggles with audiences worldwide; as a chronic insomniac he made programmes about sleep and, ever curious, he would also go to extremes in the pursuit of science, even infecting himself with a tapeworm.

“Celebrating Michael’s career, this programme marks the enormous impact he made, touching the lives of so many.”

Another programme, There’s Only One Michael Mosley, will air on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Sounds from Friday at 11am, and will contain the last interview the TV doctor conducted.

He recorded a special edition of Just One Thing, in which he regularly revealed tips to help improve your health, at the Hay Festival on May 25 with Professor Paul Bloom.

TV doctor and columnist Michael Mosley died while on holiday (John Rogers/BBC)
TV doctor and columnist Michael Mosley died while on holiday (John Rogers/BBC) (PA Media)

Tom Watling11 June 2024 23:00

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Michael Mosley said he didn’t want to die ‘early’ like his father in tragic final interview

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I wanted to bring him back alive, said volunteer who led search for TV doctor Michael Mosley

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Gyles Brandreth recalls unusual health advice he received from ‘remarkable’ Michael Mosley

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Mapped: The doomed route taken by Dr Michael Mosley in boiling heat before death on Greek island

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British TV reporter describes ‘chance’ moment he spotted Michael Mosley’s body after days-long search

David Blackmore, 37, who has worked as a producer and reporter for This Morning since 2015, was supposed to be interviewing the mayor of Symi when he arrived to find Eleftherios Papakalodouka boarding a boat at Pedi marina and jumped aboard.

“Surreally, several tourists were also hitching a lift,” Mr Blackmore told The Independent.

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Holly Evans11 June 2024 17:52

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BBC to release two programmes to remember Michael Mosley

The BBC has outlined details of two programmes that will remember TV presenter and columnist Michael Mosley, who died while on holiday in Greece.

On Friday at 8pm, Michael Mosley – The Doctor Who Changed Britain will take a look at his almost four decades of broadcasting on BBC One.

It will cover how he transformed people’s lives, fronted the BBC show Trust Me I’m A Doctor and Radio 4’s podcast Just One Thing, and worked behind the scenes as a producer.

The BBC said: “His programmes have made a lasting impact on the nation’s health habits from intermittent fasting to the benefits of a cold shower.

“Michael also shared his own struggles with audiences worldwide; as a chronic insomniac he made programmes about sleep and, ever curious, he would also go to extremes in the pursuit of science, even infecting himself with a tapeworm. Celebrating Michael’s career, this programme marks the enormous impact he made, touching the lives of so many.”

Another programme, There’s Only One Michael Mosley will air on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Sounds from Friday at 11am, and will contain the last interview the TV doctor gave.

Holly Evans11 June 2024 16:52

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Area where Michael Mosley found in Greece seen in drone footage

Michael Mosley death: The stunning island of Symi where tragedy struck

Drone footage shows Agia Marina in Symi, Greece, where the body of Dr Michael Mosley was found during a search and rescue operation after he went missing while on holiday. The wife of the TV doctor confirmed he was found dead on the island after going missing last Wednesday (5 June). Dr Mosley, 67, had set off for a coastal walk in searing heat without his mobile phone. Police and firefighters used drones to scour the island, which is part of the Dodecanese island chain and is about 25 miles north of Rhodes.

Holly Evans11 June 2024 15:55



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