I just came across an amazing resource on iTunes, while hoping to find audio versions of various legends. LibriVox (www.librivox.org) holds as it's professed goal no less than to record all public domain works into freely available audio.
I especially liked Chapters 1 & 2 of A Popular History of Ireland, as they cover the ancient races and Druid society.
There's Robin Hood, Arthur, the Faerie Queene, mountains of poetry, Peter Pan, and the Mabinogion is expected to get through the review and recording process by November.
In the past, I've always regarded books as primary, and audiobooks as a secondary source for folks without enough time to properly read. Listening to Druidcast and browsing around here, I see it differently. Listening to the performance of Lady Ragnell just once on Druidcast, I was able to recount it to my wife more or less intact. That's something profound. This project is restoring the works of the public domain, for all intents and purposes, to the oral tradition of transmission. It is knowledge once in print now being passed on freely through volunteer voice performance. They have a list of works yet to be performed a mile long, and need volunteers. And, to be blunt, you're Bards. Although the tales, poems and histories waiting in line are admittedly a bit set in stone, they are begging for inspired delivery. The dead printed words require good resuscitation, and I believe the Bards were born for this task.
Once more unto to the breach, and all that...