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15 minutes ago, xXConmanXx said:

rip

he got banned

 

Ti-i-i-me, is on my side, yes it is.

 

 

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Does someone want to take a punt on Gabry Ponte? Receiving "difficult heart surgery" for a "degenerative heart disease".

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On 12/06/2019 at 11:40, Toast said:

Bob Harris has suffered an aortic dissection

 

Veteran broadcaster Bob Harris is to take a break from presenting his BBC Radio 2 country show after suffering an aortic dissection.

The condition occurs when there is a tear in the wall of the major artery carrying blood out of the heart.

"The aorta is basically the M1 of the body and any damage is regarded as extremely serious," said Harris.

"I am not exactly sure when I will be on air again but I am on the road to recovery now," he continued.

Harris, known to fans as "Whispering Bob", said he suffered a tear to his aorta while out walking 10 days ago.

"It was an incredibly scary moment and I am massively indebted to the ambulance crew who attended so promptly," he said,

Harris, 73, also paid tribute to the Intensive Care team and consultants at Oxford's John Radcliffe Hospital, his wife Trudie and his "wonderful" family.

Paul Sexton will host the next two editions of Harris's hour-long show, which airs on Thursdays at 21:00 BST.

Whispering Bob now has cancer, I don't yet know what it is...it's probably out there somewhere:

 

 

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5 minutes ago, gcreptile said:

Whispering Bob now has cancer, I don't yet know what it is...it's probably out there somewhere:

 

 

 

Apparently prostate cancer since 2008! Even more luckily to survive the aortic issue then, but like others in the same boat, on borrowed time, sadly.

 

Bob Harris on Instagram: “This is a very special and emotional post for me because today is the 6th month anniversary of the day I suffered my Aortic Dissection, an…”

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