Above is the link to a program I did on the BBC World Service. I was on a panel for "The Forum" and they invite three unrelated guests, in this case, a writer (me), an evolutionary historian from Sweden, and an Oxford academic who specializes in dance rituals in Senegal. They throw topics at as and we talk.
I was given the chance to make it a platform for disability rights by talking about epilepsy and being the one assigned the topic: "A 60 second idea to change the world". I suggested that the world would be far different if everyone could experience a disability for one month. In short, "...what if presidents, queens, CEOs and celebrities knew they would be disabled for a month..." and then we all talked about it and a bit about epilepsy.
I hope you find it interesting.
Note from Samuel: See also http://independent.academia.edu/SamuelMiller/Papers and Tracy's book on Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.co.uk/A-Great-Place-Seizure-ebook/dp/B004ZS96ZS/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1356828363&sr=8-2