New CCTV shows the TV presenter near where the body was found

Via Nikos Papanikolaou, Kathryn Armstrong, BBC news

BBC Dr Michael MosleyBBC

Dr. Mosley is a television host best known for popularizing the 5:2 diet

The BBC said CCTV footage appeared to show TV presenter Dr Michael Mosley disappearing from view as he walked down the hillside near where his body was found.

An autopsy is expected to take place on Monday after Dr Mosley’s body was found four days after he went missing on the Greek island of Symi.

It is understood that from the outset the coroner was unable to determine whether Dr Mosley had fallen because of the condition of the body.

The coroner – who traveled to the neighboring island of Rhodes, where a post-mortem will take place – is said to have ruled out foul play.

Dr Mosley’s body was found on a hillside near the Agia Marina beach bar on Sunday.

Footage shot nearby, which the BBC has been informed about but has not seen, is said to show what appear to be Dr Mosley’s final moments, as he walks down a slope before disappearing behind a wall.

The 67-year-old father of four went missing on Wednesday after going for a walk from Agios Nikolaos beach.

BBC reporter points out the area where the body was found

His wife Dr Clare Bailey Mosley has paid tribute to her “wonderful, funny, kind and intelligent” husband after receiving the “horrifying” news that his body had been found dead. find.

“We have had an incredibly lucky life together,” said Dr. Bailey Mosley.

“We love each other very much and are very happy together.”

CCTV footage showed Dr Mosley walking to the other side of the bay in intense heat and across rocky terrain.

“We feel comforted by the fact that he almost succeeded,” his wife said in her statement.

“He made an incredible climb, went the wrong way and fell where the extended search team could not easily see.”

Dr. Mosley studied medicine in London and earned a medical degree, and has worked as a presenter, documentary producer, journalist and author for the past two decades.

He is known for television shows including Trust Me, I’m a Doctor and BBC Radio 4’s Just One Thing podcast. He also writes a column for the Daily Mail.

Mr. Mosley has been an advocate of intermittent fasting diets, including the 5:2 diet and The Fast 800 diet.

He was reported missing after leaving Agios Nikolaos beach for a walk at around 13:30 local time (11:30 BST) on Wednesday.

CCTV footage showed him walking across the bay in intense heat and across rocky terrain.

Greek authorities conducted a large-scale search for Dr. Mosley in high heat conditions. His body was found on Sunday as crews searched along the coast.

A police source told BBC News that the deceased had been dead “for several days”.

View near Agia Marina beach

The body was found a few meters from Agia Marina beach

Dr Saleyha Ahsan, who co-presents Trust Me, I’m a Doctor with Dr Mosley, told BBC Breakfast that she was initially “scared” to take on the role but he was “scared” to take on the role. Helped me feel comfortable almost immediately.”

She added: “The character is really cute, approachable [that] appearing on television, that’s exactly how he is in real life.

“He did incredible things for medicine and public health in a way that I think few others have.”

Science broadcaster Dr Chris van Tulleken, who also worked with Dr Mosley, said his former colleague invented “an entire genre of broadcasting” during his career.

He added that Dr. Mosley’s work has “quietly changed my daily habits,” from brushing my teeth while standing on one leg to occasionally fasting.

“He gives people tools that they can use that anyone can afford,” he told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.

Map of Symi and neighboring islands


News 7F: Update the world's latest breaking news online of the day, breaking news, politics, society today, international mainstream news .Updated news 24/7: Entertainment, the World everyday world. Hot news, images, video clips that are updated quickly and reliably

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button