Fighting To Be Normal

When BBC radio presenter Nick Clarke was diagnosed with cancer in December last year he was told that major surgery was the only way to save his life: his left leg would have to be amputated and he had two weeks to prepare.For Barbara, Nick's wife and mother of their three year old twin boys, the news thrust her into roles shed never anticipated.

With the operation, and Christmas, only days away Nick and Barbara began a taped record of the unpredictable path their lives were to take over the next six months.

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20070112 (R4)

When BBC radio presenter Nick Clarke was diagnosed with cancer in December last year he was told that major surgery was the only way to save his life: his left leg would have to be amputated and he had two weeks to prepare.For Barbara, Nick's wife and mother of their three year old twin boys, the news thrust her into roles shed never anticipated.

With the operation, and Christmas, only days away Nick and Barbara began a taped record of the unpredictable path their lives were to take over the next six months.

2006062320060624
20070112 (R4)

When BBC radio presenter Nick Clarke was diagnosed with cancer in December last year he was told that major surgery was the only way to save his life: his left leg would have to be amputated and he had two weeks to prepare.For Barbara, Nick's wife and mother of their three year old twin boys, the news thrust her into roles shed never anticipated.

With the operation, and Christmas, only days away Nick and Barbara began a taped record of the unpredictable path their lives were to take over the next six months.

20070112

When the late BBC radio presenter Nick Clarke was diagnosed with cancer, he was told that major surgery was the only way to save his life. His left leg would have to be amputated and he had two weeks to prepare.

With the operation only days away, Nick and his wife Barbara began a taped record of the unpredictable path their lives were to take over the next six months.