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    Default Epilepsy radio shows for listening

    To hear some good discussions go to

    http://professionals.epilepsy.com/pa..._podcasts.html

    Wait till the radio bar loads by the conversation you want to listen to. Turn up the sound and relax. And , as a bonus , radio sounds load a lot more quickly than sights.

    Linnie

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    Thankyou Linnie
    Lorraine (lor)

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    People aways appear to be more handsome, prettier, slimmer and younger when you watch them on the radio too!

    Don't mind me...
    I'm just an OTR (Old Time Radio) fan!
    Dave
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