I've been meaning to update the Sam Stash forever, but I am a big flake.
It is now here, and the username/password is the extremely cryptic and complex sam/west. :)
Contents to date:
High Table Lower Orders, first six episodes, mp3, 38M.
Sam as a smart-assed Health and Safety officer who gets wrapped up in a murder investigation at Cambridge. I yearn for, but do not have, eps 7-12.
Historians of Genius in their Own Words: Macauley, 496M, avi.
Sam narrates Macauley's account of the Monmouth Rebellion, and very fetching he looks doing it, too.
Macauley again, audio-only, mp3, 68M.
For iPod use, etc; unlike most documentary audio tracks, it does very well on its own.
Costumes, avi, 3 files, 15-50M.
Sam as a transgendered Parisian club owner (with an inexplicably Belgian French accent, but hey.) Extremely hard to get; this is a digitisation of a friend's VHS. It's so bad (the video quality; the actual show is pretty damn good) it wouldn't be worth the trouble except for the part where Sam is HOTTER THAN THE SEAT NEXT TO THE FIRE IN HELL IN IT.
Henry V, mp3, 246M.
On, On, On, On, To The Breach and all that. The courtship scene is widely agreed to be brain-meltingly hot, and Tim West is fabulous as the Chorus.
Realms of Gold: The poems and letters of Keats, mp3, 114M.
And he can shut my wild, wild eyes anytime, thankyouverymuch.
Much Ado About Nothing Much Ado About Nothing, mp3, 177M.
"I pray thee now tell me, for which of my bad parts didst thou first fall in love with me?"
The Pity of War: Letters and Poems of Wilfrid Owen, mp3, 58M.
Beautiful and wrenching.
Richard II, in three zip files, mp3, 70-80M each.
Henry V has the hot courtship scene, Richard II has unnaturally hot deposition scene. Also has Damian Lewis, Jamie Bamber, and Ronald Pickup.
Waking the Dead, .avi, 2 files, 206M and 215M
Sam as a serial killer, and a fine, convincing job he does of it, too.
Also Peter Pan, University Challenge, Inspector Alleyn: Death in a White Tie, Corialanus, Family Voices, Random Quest, The Homecoming, Wayland Smith, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, and E=MC2.
If you download a lot of tv episodes, audio book, or movies, from here or anywhere, well, obviously I do as well.
But may I direct your attention to Actor's Equity UK, Canada, and US, to Alliance Australia, and to IATSE International?
A donation to Equity or IATSE directly improves the lives and working conditions of the actors we love.
(Yearly reminder ends)
ETA: whups, forgot to post a picture!