TV2's political editor Anders Langballe has long been away from the screen.
Usually he provides policy analysis and provide background on both the main canal and on the TV2 News, but in a month's time, he has been totally absent.
On the Facebook explains the 42-year-old Anders Langballe now though, that it is a serious illness that has put a temporary stop to his appearance on tv.
The political editor has been struck by a blood clot in the brain.
'As some of you may have noticed, I've been a little quiet here on the line, on Messenger, on sms, on the tv screen and on the mail'.
'It is neither the result of rudeness or lack of willingness. But I was 19. november suffered a blood clot in the brain', he writes in the advertisement on its closed Facebook profile.
The political editor explains that he has printed and in the time of rehabilitation.
'I have been lucky, and that significant progress is being made day by day'.
'I is now printed and in full swing with rehabilitation. Many have written to me, sent flowers and been thoughtful. A thousand thanks for it all, it has been a great pleasure', writes Anders Langballe.
the Editor is, however, not yet ready to resume his 'old life', he writes:
'I want you to know that I am in good hands and look forward to quietly resume my old life, when it may be possible in the new year. There I am not quite there yet, and therefore I shall not respond, as I usually do here on the thread', he writes.
Extra Magazine quote Anders Langballes lookup in agreement with himself. In addition, he has no comments on the situation.
TV2 confirms that the political editor is on sick leave.