Michael Mosley (broadcaster)

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Michael Mosley
Calcutta, India
Died5 June 2024(2024-06-05) (aged 67)
Agia Marina, Symi
, Greece
NationalityBritish
Education
Occupation(s)Television and radio journalist, producer, and presenter
Years active1985–2024
Spouse
Clare Bailey
(m. 1987)
Children4
AwardsMedical Journalist of the Year – British Medical Association (1995)
Websitemichaelmosley.co.uk

Michael Hugh Mosley (22 March 1957 – 5 June 2024) was a British television journalist, producer, presenter and writer who worked for the BBC from 1985 until his death. He was a presenter of television programmes on biology and medicine and regularly appeared on The One Show. Mosley was an advocate of intermittent fasting and low-carbohydrate diets who wrote books promoting the ketogenic diet. He died on the Greek island of Symi on 5 June 2024.

Early life and education

Michael Hugh Mosley

Calcutta, India, on 22 March 1957, the son of Arthur Daryl Alexander George "Bill" Mosley and Joan Stewart.[2][3][4] His father was a banker born in George Town, Penang, of partly Armenian descent.[5][6] His maternal grandfather, Arthur Dudley Stewart, was an Anglican priest and Principal of St. Paul's College, Hong Kong, born to Irish missionary parents in China. Mosley's maternal great-grandfather, Gerard Lander, was Anglican Bishop of Victoria.[7][8]

Mosley attended

Philosophy, Politics and Economics at New College, Oxford, before working for two years as a banker in the City of London. He then decided to move into medicine, intending to become a psychiatrist, and studied at the Royal Free Hospital Medical School (now part of UCL Medical School).[10] He became disillusioned with psychiatry after a placement in the specialty during his degree course and decided not to practise medicine after passing his final examinations in 1985.[10]

Mosley described himself as "quite religious" until around the age of 20 and considered becoming a priest.[4]

Career

After graduating in medicine, Mosley elected not to pursue a career as a doctor, but instead joined a trainee assistant producer scheme at the

The Story of Science, Make Me, and Trust Me, I'm a Doctor.[3][13]

In 2011, Mosley made a series titled The Brain: A Secret History on the history of psychology and neuroscience. During the series, while describing the methods that are being employed to identify the anomalies in brain structure associated with psychopathy, his personal test results revealed he himself had these candidate brain characteristics.[14]

Mosley presented a two-part documentary, Frontline Medicine, in 2011, with episodes called "Survival" and "Rebuilding Lives". These programmes described the recent medical advancements that allowed for improved treatment of military personnel injured during battle in Afghanistan, and examined how these new techniques were being used in emergency medicine in civilian casualties in the United States and Great Britain.[15]

Mosley's documentary The Truth About Exercise, first broadcast in 2012, highlighted how different patterns of exercise might help achieve health benefits, the danger of sitting for prolonged periods and revealed how certain

insulin response, through short, high-intensity training sessions as suggested by the research of James Timmons.[16]

In January 2013, Mosley presented The Genius of Invention. In the documentary named The Truth About Personality, which first aired on 10 July 2013, Mosley explored what science can tell people about optimism and pessimism and whether people can change their outlook.[17][18]

Mosley during the filming of his 2016 documentary Inside Porton Down

In 2016 he presented the BBC Four documentary Inside Porton Down: Britain's Secret Weapons Research Facility.[19][20][21]

Mosley, along with a group of medical specialists, presented a BBC Two documentary series titled The Diagnostic Detectives which aired in 2020. In the series, each programme is centred around the group of doctors who choose to tackle a patient's problem.[22][23]

In 2021, Mosley presented a three-part series, Lose a Stone in 21 Days, for Channel 4. On the programme Mosley suggested that people could lose a stone (14 lb; 6.4 kg) in 21 days by calorie restriction to only 800 calories a day. This advice was considered dangerous by some medical experts and the programme received criticism on social media platforms.[24] Beat, a UK charity supporting those affected by eating disorders, wrote the following day that "the programme caused enough stress and anxiety to our beneficiaries that we extended our Helpline hours to support anyone affected and received 51% more contact during that time".[25]

Mosley presented the series Just One Thing on BBC Radio 4, in which each episode explored a single action a person could take to improve their health. Suggestions covered a wide range including reading poetry out loud,[26] taking hot baths in the evening,[27] playing a musical instrument, Nordic walking, and cooking tomatoes to increase their health benefits.[28] The series launched in March 2021;[29] as of 9 June 2024, 102 episodes had been broadcast with three more, sharing the title "Exercise Clever", scheduled for 13, 20 and 27 June 2024.[28] These were later pulled.[30] An interview he recorded at the Hay Festival less than a fortnight before his death was broadcast as part of the series and as a tribute to him.[31][32] In it, he was praised as “one of the most important broadcasters of recent decades” and he confessed that he found it challenging to practice many of the health practices he had advocated on his programs and that he had found the results of a personality test confronting.[33]

Intermittent fasting and low-carbohydrate diet advocacy

Mosley promoted intermittent fasting and was a low-carbohydrate diet advocate.[34]

5:2 diet

Mosley was credited with popularising a form of intermittent fasting called the 5:2 diet through an episode of the BBC documentary series Horizon called "Eat, Fast and Live Longer".[35][36][37]

It was through this documentary that he learned about the 5:2 diet from neuroscientist Mark Mattson who published a paper on the diet with Michelle Harvie and 14 other scientists in 2011.[38][39][40] In the original trials, the 5:2 diet does not follow a particular food pattern, but instead focuses entirely on calorie content.[41]

In early 2013 his book The Fast Diet, written with

Short Books.[42][43]

The Fast 800 diet

Mosley advocated The Fast 800 Diet, a low-carbohydrate Mediterranean diet with intermittent fasting that follows a daily 800-calorie eating plan.[36] His book The Fast 800 Keto combines a ketogenic diet with intermittent fasting.[44]

Mosley's The Fast 800 Keto advises a three-stage diet plan for weight loss: stage 1, a

very low-carbohydrate ketogenic diet; stage 2, a reintroduction of carbohydrates with intermittent fasting; stage 3, a low-carbohydrate Mediterranean diet.[45]

Red Pen Reviews gave Mosley's book The Fast 800 Keto a score of 58% for scientific accuracy, but concluded that the diet "should cause weight loss and improve health in most people who have extra weight and/or type 2 diabetes, but some aspects of the diet may be unnecessary and make it harder to follow". The review also noted that Mosley's Fast 800 Keto is not a long-term ketogenic diet and the insistence on a low-carbohydrate intake for the long-term Mediterranean diet is not necessary.[45]

Awards and honours

Mosley's 1994

gastric ulcers, discovered in 1983 by Australian scientists Robin Warren and Barry Marshall.[46][47] He was named Medical Journalist of the Year in 1995 by the British Medical Association.[10][48] In 1996 the programme was noted as one of the most important factors to influence British general practitioners' prescribing habits.[49][50]

In 2002, Mosley was nominated for an

Emmy as an executive producer for The Human Face with John Cleese.[11] In 2017, Mosley was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Science by the University of Edinburgh.[1]

Personal life

Mosley married Clare Bailey Mosley in 1987.[3][4][51] She was a general practitioner until 2022; they had met at the Royal Free Hospital Medical School and had four children.[4][43][52]

In a 2019 BBC documentary on sleep, Mosley revealed he had chronic insomnia.[53] His book Fast Asleep, on the subject, was published by Atria that same year.[43]

Death

On 5 June 2024, Mosley went missing on the Greek island of

post-mortem established that, based on the position of his body and the lack of any fatal injury, Mosley had likely died from natural causes at around 4 pm on the day he disappeared. Toxicology and histology reports were anticipated.[58]

Television

Year Title Channel Notes
2007 Medical Mavericks BBC Four [59]
2008 Blood and Guts BBC Two [60]
2009 Make Me BBC One [61]
2010 The Brain – A Secret History BBC Four [62]
The Story of Science: Power, Proof and Passion BBC Two Six-part series.[63]
Pleasure and Pain BBC One [64]
The Young Ones BBC One [65][66]
2011 Frontline Medicine BBC Two [67][68][69][70]
10 Things to You Need to Know about Losing Weight BBC One [71]
Inside the Human Body BBC One Four-part series and a Best of Series episode.[72]
2012 Guts: The Strange and Mysterious World of the Human Stomach BBC Four Also referred to as Inside Michael Mosley.[73][74]
Eat, Fast and Live longer
BBC Two [75]
Truth about Exercise BBC Two [76][77]
2013 The One Show BBC One Topical films about science.[78]
Pain, Pus and Poison: The Search for Modern Medicines BBC Four Three-part series.[79]
Winter Viruses and How to Beat Them BBC Two Co presented with Alice Roberts.[80][81]
The Genius of Invention BBC Two Four-part series between 24 January and 14 February. Co-presented with Mark Miodownik and Cassie Newland.[82][83]
The Truth About Personality BBC Two A
Horizon (BBC TV series) documentary.[84][85]
2013–2020 Trust Me, I'm a Doctor BBC Two [86]
2014 Infested! Living with Parasites BBC Four [87][88][89]
Should I Eat Meat? BBC Two Total of two episodes as a part of
Horizon 2014–2015 series.[90][91]
2015 Is your Brain Male or Female BBC Two Episode 7 of
Horizon 2014–2015 series.[92][93]
Countdown to Life: the Extraordinary Making of You BBC Two Three-part series.[86]
Are Health Tests Really a Good Idea? BBC Two [94][95]
2016 E-Cigarettes: Miracle or Menace? BBC Two [96][97][98]
Inside Porton Down: Britain's Secret Weapons Research Facility BBC Four [19][20][21]
2017 Meet the Humans BBC Earth Five-part series.[99][100]
2021 21 Day Body Turnaround with Michael Mosley Channel 4 Three-part series.[101][102]
Lose a Stone in 21 Days with Michael Mosley Channel 4 Three-part series.
Australia's Health Revolution SBS Three-part series tackling type 2 diabetes in Australia.[103]
2022 Michael Mosley: Who Made Britain Fat? Channel 4 Two-part series.[104]
Horizon: How To Sleep Well BBC Two [105]
2024 Australia's Sleep Revolution SBS Three part series. In partnership with Flinders University.[106]
Michael Mosley: Secrets of Your Big Shop Channel 4 Four-part series.[107]

There are at least two projects that Mosley had either completed or was working on at the time of his death. The airdate of Wonders of the Human Body has not yet been decided by Channel 5, and it is unknown what progress had been made on a televised adaptation of Mosley's BBC Radio 4 series Just One Thing for BBC Two.[108]

Radio

Year Title Channel Notes
2021–2024 Just One Thing BBC Radio 4 105 15-minute episodes[28]

See also

Selected publications

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