This labels itself as the only surviving recording of Woolf's voice, from
Words Fail Me, on the BBC, April 29th, 1937.
(courtesy Dangerous Minds; transcript and background at AtThisNow)
"April 1990": Barker hosts writers and filmmakers for a roundtable on horror and creating a millenium-ending horror, taking off from Stevenson's Dr. J and Mr. H (which, of course, has been getting even more of a workout since); this is in the fine tradition of such roundtables as the Harper's Magazine session with Robert Bloch, Suzy McKee Charnas, Gahan Wilson and Harlan Ellison or the shortlived tv series Bookmark and Nightcap
Courtesy of Kate Laity. As Campbell notes on YouTube: