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Fogle is the son of English actress Julia Foster and Canadian expatriate veterinarian Bruce Fogle.
He was educated at two independent schools: The Hall School, Hampstead in London, and Bryanston School in Blandford Forum, Dorset, followed by the University of Portsmouth and the University of Costa Rica.
They will be judged both by Hayes and a local specialist."I'm really thrilled to be a part of the series to see how these fantastic fishermen get on in some really tough places, learning to fish the way the locals do and facing some pretty extreme water around the world," Fogle said."We will be immersed in the countries we are staying in and will hopefully come face to face with some phenomenal fish."Hayes added: "In my role as a judge I'll be using my experience to cut through to the issues that really matter – watercraft, natural ability, attitude and technique.
Sometimes fishing problems are solved in the mind as much as they are with a rod and reel, and that takes character."It's going to be blend of calm and precision mixed with explosive action and sharp teeth.
But when we are apart – well, I let him do his thing, and he lets me do mine.’Three years ago, she and her sister Dr Chiara Hunt, 36, who is a GP with a special interest in paediatrics, established The Bump Class, a new kind of antenatal course for women who want to escape some of the myths and fear surrounding childbirth and focus instead on the practicalities, but also the fun.Adventurous Ben has really thought about the layout of his pad.‘People are always surprised to hear that I’m addicted to interior design magazines – but I am,’ he tells us.When Marina Fogle suffered tragic complications late in her third pregnancy, her adventurer husband Ben was 4,500 miles away.Her sister Chiara, a GP, had to break the news to him over the phone.
'As women, we are all in the same boat, and if you are really scared that you are going to embarrass yourself by, for example, shouting out something unmentionable in labour, then you need a friend who is going to tell you that what you are worried about is perfectly normal and it is all going to be OK.’Chiara and her father both realised what was happening and called an ambulance.