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BBC to air Michael Mosley documentary - featuring his last on-air appearance before tragic death

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The BBC has revealed plans for two special programmes in tribute to the late TV presenter Dr Michael Mosley, who tragically passed away while on holiday in Greece recently.

Michael Mosley - The Doctor Who Changed Britain is set to explore his nearly four-decade-long broadcasting career, following the discovery of the 67 year old's body after he went missing on the island of Symi last Wednesday.The late columnist was found in a rocky area near Agia Marina beach on Sunday.

Originally training as a doctor, Michael later transitioned into broadcasting. He presented a variety of science programmes and films for the BBC, including the series Trust Me, I'm A Doctor, which delved into healthcare in Britain.The upcoming BBC One special, scheduled to air on Friday at 8pm, will examine how he transformed people's lives and served as an executive producer on shows such as Pompeii The Last Day, Krakatoa Revealed, Life Before Birth, and Supervolcano, the Mirror reports.

The corporation stated: "His programmes have made a lasting impact on the nation's health habits from intermittent fasting to the benefits of a cold shower.

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