Talk About It!
By Greg Grunberg
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Talk About It! – The Podcast, hosted by Greg Grunberg and produced by the Epilepsy Foundation, is a new and exciting way to help raise epilepsy education and awareness. Each episode will include interviews and profiles of people living with epilepsy, facts and stats about epilepsy and seizures, tips on healthy living, and special guests from all over the entertainment world. Talk About It! – The Podcast is created and produced by the Epilepsy Foundation with Bandwagon Media. The Podcast is sponsored by Sunovion Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Producers: Greg Grunberg, Brad Savage, Nick Marzock, and Ken Lowenberg. Theme music by J.J. Abrams. The Epilepsy Foundation is solely responsible for the content.
||CleanChapter 2: Hamilton's Miguel Cervantes||Greg sits down with the star of Chicago's Hamilton, Miguel Cervantes. Miguel reflects on the days that he was auditioning for the role in the midst of the realization that his infant daughter had epilepsy.||2/5/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanChapter 1||Greg Grunberg welcomes to the Pod a new young filmmaker Miles Levin. Miles is the writer and director of “Under the Lights,” a short film about a young man with severe epilepsy who goes to his prom and meets an unexpected new friend. The film is...||1/15/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTalk About It! Trailer||Join Greg Grunberg as he teams up with Sunovian to bring you Talk About It! This new podcast discovers real stories from real people affected by epilepsy, removes stigmas, and provides invaluable information to get people talking!||12/30/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
This is awesome!!! Thank you for using your influence to get people talking about/to understand epilepsy!!!
Exactly what we need
Thank you Greg, this is exactly what we need to bring a discussion to the table about epilepsy, educate, and end stigma
One of my favorite podcasts
I shared this podcast to my daughter who has epilepsy and she loved it!!! Thank you for this Greg! We will definitely keep listening!