YouTube audio: unexpected but useful.

I’ve been impressed lately with how much old audio can be found on YouTube.  It makes sense, of course, but I didn’t see it coming.

I’m bookmarking these mostly for my own reference, but you may find them interesting as well, Dear Visitor:  C. S. Lewis on Charles Williams, the only surviving reel of Lewis’ BBC war talks, and actual video footage of G. K. Chesterton.  Who would’ve expected such a notoriously fat man to have such a high-pitched voice?