Dania sent me the link for Eddie Izzard discussing Bobby Burns's poetry-writing process. (Thanks!)
It's even subtitled in Hungarian (I think) for added interest.
Long ago I'd posted Eddie Izzard Does Star Trek.
To balance the silliness, here's Anna Karina reciting from Paul Eluard's collection of poems, Capital of Pain, in Godard's Alphaville.
I was so enamored of this when I was fifteen, I stole a copy of Capital of Pain from the university bookstore.
("I confess to almighty God and to you my brothers and sisters
that I have sinned. In my thoughts and in my deeds...."
What can I say? It was an expensive edition and I was out of babysitting money.)
It is now my policy to avoid all works with "pain" in the title.
(More here: Close Up: Paul Eluard on the blog Thesis Anxiety)