- A selection from A Room of One’s Own, narrated by Kate Reading.
- “A Haunted House,” narrated by Beth Richmond
- “The Mark on the Wall,” a Miette’s Bedtime Story Podcast. Warning: The audio is marred by an annoying squeaky sound.
- “The Digested Read: Mrs Dalloway, by Virginia Woolf,” in which John Crace of The Guardian summarises and satirises Woolf’s novel.
- A selection from Alison Light’s Mrs. Woolf and the Servants covering Nellie Boxhall’s biography.
- A biography of Vita Sackville-West as gardener
- “In ‘Freshwater,’ A Lighter Side Of Virginia Woolf,” a Jan. 25, 2009, NPR broadcast
- A fascinating podcast from Danell Jones about her vision for The Virginia Woolf Writers’ Workshop: Seven Lessons to Inspire Great Writing. Read an interview with the author and a review on Blogging Woolf.
- “Virginia Woolf, At Intersection of Science and Art” an Aug. 2, 2008, NPR broadcast with Jonathan Lehrer that uses sound and voices in a most charming, inventive way — a fitting Woolf tribute. Read more about the broadcast.
- Hermione Lee’s Sept. 29, 2004, lecture at Princeton University on “Virginia Woolf’s Nose.”
- “Letters Released: ‘Virginia Woolf and the Raverats’” – a May 23, 2004, NPR broadcast
- Nov. 11, 2002, review of Woolf’s On Being Ill, which was originally published in 1925 and republished in 2002.
- “Virginia Woolf” – an Oct. 25, 2000, NPR interview with Nigel Nicolson about his biography of Woolf
- Jorma Hinkka reading a chapter of Mrs. Dalloway in a language I don’t recognize. His introduction to the reading will make you chuckle.
For more links to broadcast media coverage of Woolf, visit the Woolf Sightings page