It’s a very safe place, Joss’ house. He had started doing Shakespeare and included me in that and I guess maybe it started with me and other people and we just had a glorious time. He did Hamlet and it was fabulous. Joss just tried to make it funny. And I was reminded in some ways that Hamlet is like a standup comedian. That’s one of the ways that Shakespeare keeps it entertaining cause he knew he was going to have this one actor stand there and talk to the audience for long periods of time and one of the ways to do that is to make it funny. So seeing Joss as Hamlet was fabulous.
James Marsters (X)

The link goes to the version you can pay to download but note that you have several options to hear this including live radio today!

The play will air 7-9 pm Pacific today on live radio - online at www.kpfk.org/ and on radio in southern California (KPFK 90.7 FM in Los Angeles, 98.7 FM in Santa Barbara, 99.5 FM in Ridgecrest/China Lake, 93.7 FM in Rancho Bernardo/North San Diego). It will also be available for streaming online through December 1 (presumably after the live version has aired).