Nick Fisher Obituary, Death – Nick Fisher, who passed away unexpectedly at the age of 63, was an award-winning writer and broadcaster, as well as an agony uncle, film critic, and passionate fisherman. He led a career that was diverse and full of activity. In recent years, he has become well-known for his collaborations with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. Together, they authored The River Cottage Fish Book (2007); he also starred alongside Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall on television shows such as River Cottage: Gone Fishing (2007); and in 2010, he contributed a volume titled Sea Fishing to the River Cottage Handbook series.

Fearnley-Whittingstall was a big admirer of both Fisher’s irreverent fishing series from the 1990s on Channel 4 called Screaming Reels, which was always in the top 20 most watched shows on Channel 4, and Fisher’s show on BBC Radio 5 Live called Dirty Tackle. Fearnley-Whittingstall remarked about his acquaintance that the two of them “spoke about fishing ceaselessly.” “However, we also discussed life, a topic on which Nick was an authority because he had experienced such a significant portion of it,” In addition to hosting, Fisher has written for a number of television programs, such as the Emmy-nominated children’s series The Giblet Boys (2005) and numerous episodes of the medical drama Holby City.

Fisher was also well-known for his role as an agony uncle for the adolescent magazine Just Seventeen, which he held from 1985 to 2004. His friendly and funny manner, which was reminiscent of a protective elder brother, subtly revolutionized the way that young men and women thought about their lives and the bodies they inhabited.

In 1993, he was commissioned by the Health Education Authority to write a guide to safe sex, but the authority omitted to state on the cover of the book that it was intended for individuals who had reached the age of consent. It was prohibited and pulped when it received backlash from tabloid publications such as the Daily Mail, which Fisher remembered to Richard Coles on Radio 4’s Saturday Live in 2011. Olive Fisher was approached by reporters from the Daily Mail and asked about her son’s “sexual tendencies.”