黄大仙救世彩图 ?Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall reveals what scares him more than sharks

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The year 2014 was a big one for wildlife presenter Steve Backshall . H

e took part in Strictly Come Dancing , making a whole new set of unlikely celebrity friends for

life. And he also fell in love. He met Olympic rowing champion Helen Glover at a Sport Relief event, and they married in 2016. Last year【香港牛蛙彩票资料图库 】 they became the proud parents of a baby boy, Logan. And when we meet【香港正版挂牌最早网站 】 a beaming Steve to talk about the upcoming Blue Planet Live, it’s clear he’s loving every minute of being a husband and dad. ‘I know it sounds cheesy, but it really was love at first sight for me. Steve with wife Helen and baby Logan (Image: Instagram) Read MoreRelated ArticlesTigers rescued by Mirror readers enjoy first Christmas since being saved I knew pretty much immediately【2020年彩色王中王论坛挂牌 】 that Helen was The One,

and I think if things【多玩图库gif 】 hadn’t worked out for us I would have really struggled. Everything happened very quickly. We got married and now we’re parents.’ Which is why, although Steve’s thrilled with th【香港小四喜(新图) 】e 10 hours of programmes【东方心经2016正版 】 that will make up his forthcoming Expeditions series, he’s also gutted

at t【平分秋色是什么生肖 】he amount it’s【兽中之王猜一肖 】 taken him aw【白姐33一36 】ay from home. Steve Backshall is heading to the Bahamas for Blue Planet Live (Imag【03678王中王 心水论坛 】e: BBC) Read MoreRelated ArticlesThe legend of wildlife presenter Johnny Kingdom and the death of the stag he loved ‘It’s been strange timing to say the lea

st,’ says 45-year-old Steve. ‘In the last year, the series has meant being away more than I have been in at least a decade. And it’s the year when we’ve had our first baby! Fatherhood has hit me hard. From the very first moment I met him, I’ve been totally smitten. And to hav【新报跑狗图99 】e to go away on these long trips and ex【65期新版跑狗简解 】peditions is tough, although I know lots of other people go through situati【金鸡母特肖图 】ons

like this

. I’ve had three six-week long trips in the last few months【百彩网正版资 】 and one of them was when Logan was only five wee【平码计算 】ks old. I was in the jungle and I had a brief phone call every six days or so. You just feel you’re missing so much.’ Hitting the red carpet with Helen (Image: Getty) Read MoreRelated ArticlesSteve Backshalls wife Helen Glover suffers a miscarriage and loses one of their twins: We are hopeful for the remaining baby While Steve and Helen are thrilled with their little man, the last year brought sadness too, when Logan’s twin died while Helen, herself a twin, was carrying them. But there’s plenty of time to add to the brood, as Helen’s only 32 – you sense Steve would love to fill their new home with kids. ‘I know, I’ve done we【正版通天报 论坛 】ll, haven’t I?’ laughs Steve about Helen, who’s officially been the world No 1 female rower since 2015. ‘But yes, we’d love to have more children. Helen’s one of five.’ With his Blue Planet Live co-presenters, Chris Packham and Liz Bonni【那里有83期的新跑狗图 】n (Image: BBC / Joe Giacomet) Blue Planet Live will take Steve to the Bahamas to swim with sharks, while Liz Bonnin reports from the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, and Chris Packham presents from an oceanographic institute in Massachusetts, USA. Given his pr【知打一生肖 】evious adventures, it’s perhaps no surprise that it’s Steve doing the dangerous stuff. But it’s not the sharks that worry him. ‘I’ve done over a thousand dives with sharks,’ admits Steve, who has thrilled a generation of children with his Deadly 60 shows, where he gets up close and personal with the most dangero【跑狗玄机图pg888com专业解 】us animals in the world. ‘And that element of it isn’t frightening to me. I’ve never felt in danger during any of those encounters, and that includes being inside a cage with great whites on many occasions. But diving live on TV has many possible things that can go wrong – if we have bad weather for a couple of days, or bad visibility that could make it near impossible to make the programme. Those are the【三水相逢四三惊打一肖 】 things that scare me.’ Steve having a

close encounter with an Oceanic white tip shark off the coast of Hawaii (Image: BBC/Deron Verbeck) While that doesn’t put Steve off, it does make him slightly wary… ‘The TV I make has a thrill about it, an element of the unpredictable. Bu【新版跑狗图2015年 】t doing a programme on BBC1 that is seen by millions of people means the potential for you to look like a complete imbecile is high!’ 【2015年期期准平特一肖 】Daredevil Steve might not be scared of potentially life-threatening encounters, but he knows that not everyone would be so cool about his day job. ‘I don’t tell my parents too much when I am going off filming dangerous stuff,’ admits the star, who grew up in Surrey. ‘I don’t want them to worry, so I wait until I’ve done it. But I couldn’t do that with Helen – she would h

it the roof if I tried to hide things from her!’ Steve is hoping to see a host of wildlife in the Bahamas, such as a dusky shark (Image: Moment RF) And Steve is thrilled that Helen and Logan wi【放大放小的动物打一肖中特开奖 】ll be with him for much of his time in the Bahamas. ‘They’ll be there for about 10 days and hopefully we will actually get t【新一代的跑狗玄机论坛 】o spend some time together,’ smiles Steve. ‘At this stage, somet【赛马会跑狗图 】imes I can go away for a weekend and come back and find that Logan is dif【好乐跑狗玄机图4期 】ferent. He’ll have done something【后三组六必中方法如下 】 for the first time, taken on a different skill or behaviour that I’ve never seen before. And I just think, “Oh! I’m missing it!”’ Steve kisses wife Helen after she won gold at the Rio Olympic Games in 2016 (Image: PA) While 【六开彩134跑狗图 】rowing is still Helen’s career, she has had a go at presenting, when she and Steve filmed a series in Japan. ‘It was great, actually【2019香港马会111期 】,’ h【风雨不倒笔画一肖平特 】e r【2019年1期跑狗玄机图高手解 】ecalls. ‘Working with your partner could be a nightmare, but it was great for us. There was a particular dynamic because Helen hadn’t presented before, and I’ve been presenting for 20 years, so 【24码中特大公开 】I felt like I needed to take care of her, and she was super excited and wanted to do her best【獐头鼠目四不像是什么生肖 】. We really enjoyed it.’ While Ste【跑狗图彩70 】ve’s sp【微信群赌马 】ent two decades making wildlife programmes and is a hero to youngsters, his profile was undoubtedly boosted by his appearance on Strictly, on which he was paired with Ola Jordan and was eliminated in week eight. Ola Jordan and Steve Backshall on Strictly Come Dancing (Image: BBC) ‘It was an amazing experience and doing it wasn’t a hard decision to make, because I love a challenge. I made some great friends,【五中码_打一生肖 】 like Judy Murray, Thom Evans, Sunetra Sarker and Jake Wood who were all at our wedding

. I’m still friends with Frankie and Wayne Bridge, and we’ve been to see Pixie Lott sing. I met up with Judy recently, in Australia. There’s something very bonding a【香港12生肖49号码图片 】bout going through that experience together. You get so involved, and at the time it 【理财婆20494 com20码 】feels like the most important thing in the world.’ With Strictly friend Judy Murray (Image: BBC) A recent high for Steve and Helen has been moving into the eco house they’ve had built on the Berks/Bucks border. It’s been qu【夜宴秋春打一肖 】ite a project, and during the construction they were living on a houseboat. ‘I l【2020一语中特记录 】oved that,’ says Steve. ‘It’s good we’re off it now and in the house, as that’s more practical with a baby, but I have very happy memories of our time there. I’ll never forget carrying my baby son out to the side of the boat to look at the swans swimming p【2020第三期管家婆彩图 】ast.’ He might have made his name getting close to scary【神武山水玄机图st 】 creatures, but these days, nothing’s going to top Steve’s role as【六开彩开奖结果记录表. 】 dad. ‘Every second I spend with my family is precious. The other day I walked into the room 【香港六合内部精准透码资料 】and it was the first time Logan seemed to respond to

me. He had a big grin on his face and it was absolutely the best feeling.’ Fearless: The TV presenter has faced some tough challenges in his 【香港马报资料一肖中特 】career (Image: BBC) HOW DO YOU SPEND YOUR SUNDAY? ■ How did you spend last Sunday? I’ve just had a week off, which never happens, and it was a lovely Sunday going down to Devon with our families, and just spending a nice relaxed time with them. ■ Lie-in or up with the lark?I’m always up early, it’s just the way I am, and Helen is the same. I don’t think we’ve ever had a lie-in, not even on honeymoon! Does that sound bad?

Now we’ve got a baby, 6am feels like a lie-in to me. Steve meets the worlds largest living lizard, the K【老版正版跑狗图71期2020 】amodo Dragon 【老跑狗图147期 】(Image: ITV) ■ Hangover or fresh as a daisy?Fresh as a daisy. I’m not much of a drinker and Helen doesn’t drink at all being an athlete. These days I tend to start the day with a spinach and spirulina smoothie, which looks like pond water and doesn’t taste much better, but it’s good for me. ■ Reading the papers or watching TV?Neither really, we’d always rather be out and about. Before Logan was born【马会看今日开什么马 】 we’d go out in a kayak. Now we might be out walking, with him strapped into a baby carrier. ■ Pub【买平特料是真的吗 】 lunch or

Sunday roast at home?To be honest, a Sunday roast doesn’t appeal much to me, at home or in a pub, as I’m a veggie. We mostly eat at home, and like to cook A

sian food, like Thai, Indian or Vietnamese. We both love our food, but nothing could prepare me for the amount rowers eat! Not-so creature comfor

ts: Steve loves his job ■ What is your ideal Sunday?Spending time with friends and family. In the evenings we don’t watch much TV, but we play board games. Helen’s twin brother is really into them. We’ll play Bananagrams or Pandemic, a nerdy game that goes on for hours! - Blue Plan【二四六天夫好彩 免费 】et Live runs from Sunday 24 March, BBC1, 8pm. Blue Planet UK also runs across the week. Read MoreSunday MagazinesFig【2o16葡京赌侠诗全年 】ht over password leads to murderWhy I slapped b*tch Myra Hindley Karls dad threw out prized possessionsTricia enjoys sex more in her 60s

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