Daffodil Posted March 3, 2015 Share Posted March 3, 2015 ...from stroke to brain attack. There are two, listen again, programmes on BBC I player about strokes and the effect including SAH if anyone is interested . I have listened to the first part and found it very interesting. Some consultants are interviewed that I have heard spoken of highly on here and McCrum was treated at NHNN as I was. Here's the blurb .... Robert McCrum journeys into his own brain to understand more about stroke. Ever since he suffered a severe stroke in 1995, Robert has been living with its consequences. He says, "It's one of the remorseless side-effects of the affliction that, if you survive it, you will live with its after-effects and the conundrum about existence it poses, for the rest of your life." The demands of an ongoing recovery still have to be met. This two part series is a reflection and continued discovery, twenty years on, of Robert McCrum's condition. Producer: Melissa FitzGerald A Blakeway production for BBC Radio4. The second one airs next week . I shall be listening in. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0540b3p 6 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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