For literature and history lovers both: This is the only surviving recording of Virginia Woolf's voice. It is part of a BBC radio broadcast from April 29th, 1937. The talk was called "Craftsmanship" and was part of a series entitled "Words Fail Me."
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This is the Russian version of their Lawrence Welk meets Perry Como, with a wig, I think. But it might really be his hair. I have spent too much time examining this video today. eGuiders fans, meet Edward Cyerv Hil. I need a Cyrillic intervention now.