Jennie Gow: BBC F1 broadcaster gives stroke recovery update

Jennie Gow said she was “progressing well” after suffering a serious stroke. The 45-year-old, who covers F1 for BBC Radio 5 Live, said she was “progressing well” since her stroke at the end of December. In a message on the BBC’s Chequered Flag podcast, Gow added “my speech has been the thing that is most affected”. Gow has covered F1 and other motorsport events for the BBC, ITV, Netflix and Sky. During her podcast message, she said: “I’m progressing relatively well since having my stroke at the end of December. At the crash site of ‘no hope’ – BBC reporter in Greece. VideoAt the crash site of ‘no hope’ – BBC reporter in Greece.

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