Bill Turnbull, one of the current faces of BBC Breakfast is a well acclaimed and respected journalist. His passion for the subject started young as the editor for his university newspaper. Having worked as a domestic and international correspondent he has covered stories as wide ranging and controversial as the OJ Simpson trial, the Lewinsky/ Clinton affair and Hurricane Katrina that tragically devastated New Orleans. Back on home turf he provided comprehensive and dignified coverage of the 7/7 London bombings and the Cumbria Shootings.
But on a much lighter note Bill has a few other tricks to his name, one being a relatively successful appearance on the popular celebrity reality show, Strictly Come Dancing, (though unfortunately hampered by injury). He has also done extensive work for charity, including appearances on "Who wants to be a Millionaire" and Children in Need. In fact the adventurer in his sole was stirred when he took part in an attempt to go round the world in 80 days for the latter annual charity event. He travelled for a total of 21 days from Mongolia, through South Korea and then crossed the Pacific to eventually arrive in Los Angeles.
But with all this going on and being a family man too, Bill Turnbull has decided to inspire budding apiarists everywhere with the recent publication of his humorous book "The Bad Beekeepers Club".
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