Quirky Voices Presents

ANYONE F'COFFEE -Episode The Eighth - EPILEPSY - HAZY

June 21, 2020 Sarah Golding / Lucy Shirley / Matthew Walker Season 1 Episode 8
Quirky Voices Presents
ANYONE F'COFFEE -Episode The Eighth - EPILEPSY - HAZY
Chapters
00:01:45
AUDIO FICTION - Charlie visits Rachel in hospital
00:13:57
INTERVIEW with LUCY
00:30:12
INTERVIEW WITH PROFESSOR MATTHEW WALKER
Quirky Voices Presents
ANYONE F'COFFEE -Episode The Eighth - EPILEPSY - HAZY
Jun 21, 2020 Season 1 Episode 8
Sarah Golding / Lucy Shirley / Matthew Walker

Helloooo and welcome to Episode The Eighth where we find RACHEL in hospital and awake, talking to Charlie about what happened. Do you think Rachel should have told her pals about the condition? Do you think Charlie's reaction was fair or selfish?

All these questions! We fathom from Rachel what she remembers of her first seizures in school and otherwise, and how she feels about it all, and also get Charlie's perspective - coming from a place of genuine love and concern for her pal.

Matthew Walker talks eruditely and more about the finer aspects of elements of the condition, and how folks can help themselves, as well as recognise signs and symptoms fo the condition. And we truly appreciate you listening - and hope that this has been a useful episode and has some resonance for you!

All links we could find of a useful nature are on the shownotes which are here on the Quirky Voices website.

Thanks to Professor Matthew Walker for his awesome help! And! His book - understanding epilepsy can be found everywhere and here!

Next week, we speak to the lovely Hattie Hodgson-Crome from Epilepsy Action about their new Epilepsy Podcast, which has just started - catch that here!

U can call their hotline anytime on 0808-800-5050.

This show - Anyone F'Coffee? was funded by the Wellcome Trust and Pulse award funding, so thank you so much to them for the opportunity to develop this show with this very much needed funding. If you would like to help Sarah make more for other conditions or look at a different angle of these ones feel free to become a patreon or pop any pennies in the KO-FI! All is HUGELY appreciated. fANKS! Love. My. Patreons!

Please can you help me out and fill in this survey to feedback what you think of the show, so that hopefully if enough people feedback, they consider doing this again! CLICK HERE to Please fill in this survey to be in with he chance to win a £50 amazon voucher and help more podcasts get funding from THE PULSE AWARDS!

Massive thanks to my cast Diane Alexander as Flo, Lara Parker as Gabby, Kirstin Stansfield as Freya, and of course the wonderful Lucy Shirley as  Rachel -& U can tune in next week 2 fathom what happens when the other pals arrive at the hospital to see Rachel...and who is up for drinking the tins of g&t Charlie brought in.

As ever huge gratitude 2 the amazing Fiona Thraille who has Executive Produced this show. Find her works of Dashing Onions Audio awesome here!

All sound effects that I did not create are from freesound.org & are listed in the Quirky website shownotes!

Contact us doo if you have any groovy thoughts/thoughful grooviness 2 add to the pod! QuirkyVoices@gmail.com

HAVE A WONDERFUL WEEK YOU LOVELY PEOPLES

Sarahx


Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/QuirkyVoices)

Show Notes Chapter Markers

Helloooo and welcome to Episode The Eighth where we find RACHEL in hospital and awake, talking to Charlie about what happened. Do you think Rachel should have told her pals about the condition? Do you think Charlie's reaction was fair or selfish?

All these questions! We fathom from Rachel what she remembers of her first seizures in school and otherwise, and how she feels about it all, and also get Charlie's perspective - coming from a place of genuine love and concern for her pal.

Matthew Walker talks eruditely and more about the finer aspects of elements of the condition, and how folks can help themselves, as well as recognise signs and symptoms fo the condition. And we truly appreciate you listening - and hope that this has been a useful episode and has some resonance for you!

All links we could find of a useful nature are on the shownotes which are here on the Quirky Voices website.

Thanks to Professor Matthew Walker for his awesome help! And! His book - understanding epilepsy can be found everywhere and here!

Next week, we speak to the lovely Hattie Hodgson-Crome from Epilepsy Action about their new Epilepsy Podcast, which has just started - catch that here!

U can call their hotline anytime on 0808-800-5050.

This show - Anyone F'Coffee? was funded by the Wellcome Trust and Pulse award funding, so thank you so much to them for the opportunity to develop this show with this very much needed funding. If you would like to help Sarah make more for other conditions or look at a different angle of these ones feel free to become a patreon or pop any pennies in the KO-FI! All is HUGELY appreciated. fANKS! Love. My. Patreons!

Please can you help me out and fill in this survey to feedback what you think of the show, so that hopefully if enough people feedback, they consider doing this again! CLICK HERE to Please fill in this survey to be in with he chance to win a £50 amazon voucher and help more podcasts get funding from THE PULSE AWARDS!

Massive thanks to my cast Diane Alexander as Flo, Lara Parker as Gabby, Kirstin Stansfield as Freya, and of course the wonderful Lucy Shirley as  Rachel -& U can tune in next week 2 fathom what happens when the other pals arrive at the hospital to see Rachel...and who is up for drinking the tins of g&t Charlie brought in.

As ever huge gratitude 2 the amazing Fiona Thraille who has Executive Produced this show. Find her works of Dashing Onions Audio awesome here!

All sound effects that I did not create are from freesound.org & are listed in the Quirky website shownotes!

Contact us doo if you have any groovy thoughts/thoughful grooviness 2 add to the pod! QuirkyVoices@gmail.com

HAVE A WONDERFUL WEEK YOU LOVELY PEOPLES

Sarahx


Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/QuirkyVoices)

AUDIO FICTION - Charlie visits Rachel in hospital
INTERVIEW with LUCY
INTERVIEW WITH PROFESSOR MATTHEW WALKER