Sorry to inflict two Bloggings in one day, but I stumbled across this interview with "the Inland Empire’s own national treasure, woodworker Sam Maloof". Dunno that it'll stay up for long, so get it while it's hot - s'only about 8mins though, so don't expect much.
And while I'm in audio mode, there is actually a woodworking Podcast it seems - Matt's Basement Workshop. I initially had hopes when there was talk of hand tools, but that's rather petered out into tablesaurs and so forth. But for the more Normite-inclined listener, fwiw.
Finally I'd love to be able to watch the Woodworking in the 18th Century video, number six about half way down this page, but all I get is a letterbox glimpse. Anyone else have any better luck? Edit: Ah, Mike has had better luck, using this address. He had to download it to get it working; I was luckier and it set off in Quicktime first time. Mack Headley turning on a Great Wheel powered lathe, in case you were wondering whether to bother. Thanks, Mike.