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British TV Host Michael Mosley Discovered Dead on Greek Island



Michael Mosley Discovered Dead on Greek Island

The body of British television presenter Michael Mosley found on a Greek island after days long search according to his family. Mosley well known for his work on various health and science programs went missing several days ago prompting an extensive search effort.

Sadly his body discovered bring a tragic end to the search. His family confirmed the news. Further they requested for privacy during this difficult time.

A police spokesperson who wished to remain anonymous due to the investigation. He told The Associated Press that Michael Mosley’s body found on a rocky coast by a private boat on Sunday. The spokesperson mentioned that formal identification of the body is still pending.

Michael Mosley’s wife said in a statement that her husband lost. While he was hiking and collapsed in a spot where his body was hard to find. The 67 year old missed on the island of Symi on Wednesday afternoon.


Michael was an adventurous man which was part of what made him so special said his wife Clare Bailey Mosley. It was devastating to have lost Michael, my wonderful, funny, kind and brilliant husband. We had an incredibly lucky life together. We loved each other very much and were so happy together.”

She thanked the people of the island of Symi, who she said worked tirelessly to find him.

Some of these people on the island, who had not even heard of Michael, worked from dawn till dusk without asked,” she said. My family and I greatly comforted by the love from people around the world. It’s clear that Michael meant a lot to so many of you.”

Lefteris Papakalodoukas, the island’s mayor, was on a boat with media representatives searching for Mosley on Sunday. He told the AP that they saw a body about 20 meters (65 feet) above Agia Marina beach. “We zoomed in with the cameras and saw it was him,” he said.


The mayor said it looked like Mosley had fallen down a steep slope and stopped against a fence, lying face-up with a few rocks on top of him. Antonis Mystiloglou, a cameraman with state TV ERT who was also on the boat, said the body had a leather bag in one hand.

Mosley is best known for several British television programs, including the BBC series “Trust Me, I’m a Doctor,” and various documentaries about diet and exercise, such as the Channel 4 show “Michael Mosley Who Made Britain Fat?”.

Mosley, who pursued his medical studies in London, extended his presence beyond television by making regular appearances on radio programs. Additionally, he contributed columns to the Daily Mail newspaper, where his insights on health and wellness reached a broader audience.

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