Journalist, doctor, producer and television presenter, Michael Mosley is best known for his work producing programmes on biology and medicine and his frequent appearances on The One Show as resident medic. An Emmy and BAFTA nominee, Michael has also been named a former Journalist of the Year by The British Medical Association.
Michael trained as a doctor at the Royal Free Hospital in London before deciding on a career with the BBC. He began work behind the camera on such programmes as Newsnight, Tomorrow’s World, Horizon and Trouble-shooter before going on to produce a number of science-based programmes including The Human Face, three series with Professor Winston and Inventions That Changed the World with Jeremy Clarkson.
As a presenter, he has worked on such shows as; Trust Me I’m A Doctor on BBC2, Horizon Special for BBC2, Life on the Ward for BBC1, Porton Down: Britain’s’ Secret Weapons Research Facility for BBC4, E-Cigarettes: Miracle or Menace for BBC2, Make Me, 10 Things You Never Knew about Losing Weight, Blood and Guts, Inside The Human Body, Frontline Medicine and Medical Mavericks. He has written and presented on BBC2’s The Story of Science and is a regular science contributor on BBC1’s The One Show. Radio credits include; The Making of Modern Medicine for BBC Radio4.
His programmes relating to exercise and diet, The Truth About Exercise and Eat Fast, Live Longer have led to a great deal of media interest as a result of examining the benefits of short, high-intensity exercise and fasting for two days a week. He has also written a number of best-selling books on related subjects including the Clever Guts Diet, The Fast Diet, Fast Exercise and the 8-Week Blood Sugar Diet
During his career, Michael has received numerous BAFTA and Emmy nominations and been named Medical Journalist of the Year by the British Medical Association.
He is available for; conference and after dinner speaking or as a presenter and awards host.