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BBC Formula One Broadcaster Jennie Gow Suffers Serious Stroke

Jennie Gow, a beloved Formula 1 broadcaster for Radio 5 Live and a popular figure in the motorsport world, recently suffered from a stroke and is currently receiving treatment at hospitals in London and Surrey. The stroke has had an unfortunate effect on her speech, so her recovery may take some time before she can fully resume her broadcasting duties. 

However, despite this setback, she has been steadily gaining strength with the help of medical teams at Frimley & St George's Hospitals and through the messages of support from her friends, family, fellow broadcasters, and motorsport firms. 

The outpouring of love has been especially visible through the numerous messages sent out via Twitter and Instagram. Jennie expressed her gratitude to those who have helped get her through this difficult period.

The 45-year-old began her broadcasting career with BBC Radio Solent before going on to work for commercial radio stations across the south of England. During that time she developed a strong presence within Formula 1 before joining Radio 5 Live last year as an anchor during their live F1 race weekends. 

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