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BBC to air TV documentary on how Michael Mosley ‘changed Britain’ and Radio 4 program featuring his last ever interview to celebrate late health guru’s career


The BBC is broadcasting two special programs to pay tribute to Dr. to the Mail’s Michael Mosley after his tragic death on the Greek island of Symi.

Michael Mosley – The Doctor Who Changed Britain, airing on Fridays at 8pm on BBC One, looks at his nearly four decades on the air and how he changed people’s lives and was an executive producer following him on the shows Pompeii – The Last Day; Krakatoa Revealed; Life before birth and Supervolcano.

The BBC said of the programme: “Its programs are having a lasting impact on the nation’s health habits from intermittent fasting to the benefits of a cold shower.

“Michael has also shared his own struggles with audiences around the world; a chronic insomniac, he created programs about sleep, and while he was still curious, he also went to extremes in his pursuit of science, even contracting tapeworm.

Michael Mosley – The Doctor Who Changed Britain airs on BBC One on Friday at 8pm

Mr Mosley on Trust Me, I'm A Doctor - BBC health program - holding a jar of coconut oil and a coconut

Mr Mosley on Trust Me, I’m A Doctor – BBC health program – holding a glass of coconut oil and coconut

The BBC reported how

The BBC reported how «the health guru’s programs have had a lasting impact on the nation’s health habits, from intermittent fasting to the benefits of cold showers».

«This program celebrates Michael’s career and signifies his tremendous impact that touches the lives of so many.»

The next There’s Only One Michael Mosley will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Sounds from 11am on Friday and will feature the last interview he took part in.

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Dr Mosley recorded a special edition of Just One Thing with Professor Tanya Byron at the Hay Festival on 25 May, regularly revealing tips on how to improve your health.

His wife, Dr. Clare Bailey Mosley, also a physician, author and health columnist, was also present in the audience at the event.

His wife, Dr Clare Bailey Mosley (pictured), also a doctor, author and health columnist, was also in the audience at the event.

His wife, Dr Clare Bailey Mosley (pictured), also a doctor, author and health columnist, was also in the audience at the event.

The recording will be presented by TV doctor and presenter Chris van Tulleken, who Mosley worked with on Trust Me, I’m A Doctor.

Dr Mosley died of heat exhaustion after sitting down to rest on a rocky hillside before passing out as temperatures reached 40C, police believe.

He was found on a mountainside five days after he disappeared while on holiday with his wife on the Greek island of Symi last Wednesday.



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