What has happened to Bamber Gascoigne? Bamber Gascoigne a British writer and broadcaster has died at the age of 87. He has been a television presenter on the BBC show “Animal Magic” for over 30 years. According to his family, Bamber Gascoigne died after battling with a short illness at his house in Richmond.
Who is Bamber Gascoigne
Bamber Gascoigne was born in London on June 12, 1934. His father was a barrister and his mother was a designer of stained glass windows, which is where he got his love of animals from.
Gascoigne attended school at Eton College and then went to Oxford University to study law. However, after just one year he changed his mind and pursued a career in broadcasting instead. He began working as an announcer for BBC Radio Leicester before being offered the position of presenter on the BBC’s “Animal Magic” program in 1960.
Bamber Gascoigne Obituary And Cause Of Death
There is no information about Bamber Gascoigne Obituary And Cause Of Death however the family said he died of a short illness. The date for his burial is not yet out but will update you if there is an update about Bamber Gascoigne Obituary And Cause Of Death.