The Paris Review!
Oh man! The Paris Review, at LAST, has a podcast! It's really a mash-up of so many wonderful things (ahem, PART OF A MAYA ANGELOU INTERVIEW WHAT ELSE DO YOU NEED). There's some other readings on there as well: poetry, a great Denis Johnson short story, and one other essay about what it's like to dance by yourself.
This is shared more out of excitement than anything else. But I will say that any minute you can spend with Maya Angelou is one worth spending. Her voice, her beautiful relationship with English, her PLAYFULNESS, her happy friendship with sherry -- I smile when I hear her speak. In fact, she is the only author I prefer listening to (her audiobooks, my GOODNESS) and I can sort of picture myself now, an old man in a nicely worn chair, shuffling between Mets games on the radio and everything Maya Angelou -- two of the best sounds in the world.