Michael Mosley is an award-winning British television and radio broadcaster, best-known for his work more recently as a presenter on a number of scientific and medical programs. After graduating from Oxford University, he worked as a banker for 2 years in the City of London before deciding to move into medicine, initially intending to become a psychiatrist. After graduating however, he joined the BBC as a trainee producer and has since gone on to win accolades across the board for his work as a journalist, producer and presenter, and was named as Medical Journalist of the Year in 1995 by the British Medical Association.