Jennie Gow: BBC F1 broadcaster tells of stroke recovery

BBC sports broadcaster Jennie Gow has spoken out about her recovery from a serious stroke. The 45-year-old, who covers F1 for BBC Radio 5 Live, said the stroke last December “badly” affected her speech and the right side of her body. He said he was trying to get her to talk but with no success. “It was the worst moment of my life,” he told the BBC’s One Show. “The clot flew up the vessel causing the stroke,” he said. “It was one of the stroke nurses who finally got me to speak by pushing me to get angry,” she said.

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