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Michael Mosley: BBC pays tribute to TV doctor who 'leaves Britain for the better'

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The BBC has paid tribute to Michael Mosley who sadly passed away at the age of 67 during a show which aired tonight (June 14) called Michael Mosley: The Doctor Who Changed Britain.The TV doctor, presenter and nutrition expert was found dead on Sunday (June 9) after an extensive four-day search on the Greek island of Symi.

He vanished while on holiday with his wife, Dr Clare Bailey.After embarking on an afternoon walk in extreme heat on Wednesday (June 5) the news many were dreading sadly came in.

And since being found, an outpouring of love has been shown to him and his family.Narrated by Professor Hannah Fry who worked alongside Mosley, they looked back at his legacy with the BBC showing Mosley on a number of shows including Trust Me I'm A Doctor - a popular show on BBC Two.They also travelled back in time to recall the moment Mosley infected himself with tapeworms for a new BBC Four documentary programme.The worms resided in his body for several weeks without causing any adverse effects.

The stool samples provided during the infection will aid scientists in researching indicators of parasitic infection. Join the Daily Record's WhatsApp community here and get the latest news sent straight to your messages. Many of us will likely recognise the TV doctor and diet guru from regular appearances on ITV This Morning, as well as a cluster of other shows such as The One Show, The Truth About Exercise and Lose a Stone in 21 Days.And as well as appearing on our screens, the 67-year-old broadcaster has written several diet books such as the popular Fast 800 and 5:2 guides, and also Just One Thing, which is also the name of his BBC Sounds podcast.It doesn't stop there with the presenter making several series for the BBC,

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