Here are some mp3 links on the Historical Jesus. They are a mixed bag.
For those willing to spend some cash I reccommend the series by Rikk Watts. He deepy appreciates the work of N.T. Wright. Very entertaining style which covers 31 listening hours.
How does historical Jesus research and theology fit together. Dale C Allision offers the following
From a completely differant perspective follow this link which requires itunes. A good set of lectures presenting a liberal life of Jesus based on enlightenment epistemology and a ‘criteria’ approach. They are by Thomas Sheehan of Stamford University.
For a critique of the above via a critique of the Jesus Seminar see this mp3 by Darrel Bock from the uccf be thinking website.