Broadcaster Chris Tarrant praises the work of brain injury charity

Television and radio broadcaster Chris Tarrant, who suffered a stroke in 2014, has been speaking at a special conference in Suffolk about brain injuries.

The Charity Headway has been holding its annual Neuro Conference in Ipswich.

Chris was flying back to London after filming abroad when he became ill on a plane, he now says he's lucky to be alive.

Headway Suffolk offers advice, support and rehabilitation to people who've had a brain injury through traumatic accident, stroke, virus, tumour or neurological conditions.

Jonathan Wills spoke to Chris Tarrant and started by asking him about his experience of having a stroke: