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Michael Mosley: Body found on Greek island in search of British TV doctor

Michael Mosley: Body found on Greek island in search of British TV doctor

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Dr Michael Mosley is best known for his documentary shows in the UK such as ‘Michael Mosley: Who Made Britain Fat?’ On Channel 4. And the program “Trust Me, I’m a Doctor” on the BBC.



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A body was found in Search for missing British TV presenter Michael Mosley But it needs official identification, a police spokesman in Greece said.

Mosley, who provides health advice to British media, disappeared on Wednesday after going for a walk alone on the Greek island of Symi.

A body was found on Sunday morning, according to police spokeswoman Constantia Demoglidou, speaking to OPEN TV. Demoglidou said police were on their way to the scene near Agia Marina beach. There was no immediate indication of the cause of death.

CNN has contacted the British Foreign Office for comment.

Police, firefighters, coast guards and volunteers spent days searching by land and sea for the doctor, who did not take his phone with him. Police also investigated reports that he spoke to local residents while walking.

On Friday, the search operation was said to have focused on the Bidi area of ​​the island, where a woman reported seeing him on Wednesday. The beach near where the body was found is not far from that area.

Mosley A type of intermittent fasting known as Diet 5:2He wrote a book on the Fast 800 Diet, which focuses on time-restricted eating to lose weight quickly. His wife, Dr. Claire Bailey, wrote a recipe book as part of “The Fast 800” book series.

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The TV doctor is known for his documentary shows in the UK such as Michael Mosley: Who Made Britain Fat? On Channel 4. And the program “Trust Me, I’m a Doctor” on the BBC.

The 67-year-old broadcaster has also appeared on British reality entertainment shows such as BBC’s “The One Show” and ITV’s “This Morning”, and is a columnist for Britain’s Daily Mail newspaper.

He was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in 2002 in the Special Category Non-Fiction (Media) after executive producing the 2001 BBC mini-series The Human Face, which investigated the science behind facial beauty, expression and fame.

The father of four deliberately infected himself with parasites to learn more about them in a 2014 BBC show called “Infested! Living with Parasites.”

Mosley and his wife, who host theater tours together, last month attended the Hay Literary Festival in Wales, where he presented a special edition of his BBC Radio 4 show Just One Thing, according to PA Media.