Some of my most potentially productive work time is during the commute. I've got a good hour a day where I'm going to be listening to my ipod *anyway*, so I might as well make use of it. Typically I'll follow a variety of podcasts, and occasionally an audio book.
I've never been much for Shakespeare via audio. But, that can change.
So, this is an open discussion - who is putting out audio Shakespeare content? Tell me. If you've got your own show, this is your opportunity to plug it.
I'll tell you what I'm looking for. I don't want to listen to audio versions of the plays. I don't have that level of concentration while driving. Likewise, i don't want to listen to a show where people do nothing but talk about their own personal opinions of Shakespeare - that's far more likely to bore me in the other direction. The ideal content for me would be a heavy amount of Shakespeare, condensed for presentation, if that makes sense. I don't need two hours' traffic of my MP3 player - how about doing selected scenes? Or encapsulating info on a play that maybe I'm not as familiar with, so that I can come up to speed? If somebody said "Here's a series of podcasts where we spend 1 hour per play" I would almost certainly pick through it and grab the plays I'm least familiar with. But while I may find "Here's a podcast on nothing but Hamlet" interesting, it wouldn't be for me -- for something like that I need to be able to read and skim, because I know that there's an infinite amount to talk about and I want to decide for myself where the interesting bits are.
So, who's got one?