Maturin Cordier's "Colloquiorum Scholasticorum" are in the process of being recorded and put online in audio.
The first 50 have been done so far, each sentence of dialogue in each Colloquy is given Latin - English - Latin , as a help to learning.
Corderius' dialogues were staples of the school room and the bookshelf of a university student, from the 1560's through to the late 1700's. As their goal is to give the student the tools to converse in accurate Latin, when Latin turned into a passive discipline in the 1800's, these colloquia were forgotten. Along with the colloquia of Erasmus and Vives, they are some of the more famous educational texts ever written for learning Latin, and are part of a long tradition of writing dialogues for students to study from. Corderius intended his colloquies to be memorised by his students.
Links to the archive on Latinum containing the colloquia are on the sidebar of the website.http://latinum.mypodcast.com