On one of my recent random download sprees I found this "live radio play" King Leopold Of All The Belgians, supposedly recorded September 29, 2007, in Brussels, Belgium. It is credited to avant-retard geniuses Die Trip Computer Die, one of the countless projects that had its origin in British punk pioneers The Homosexuals, and certainly one of the most interesting.
This radio play features the characters of King Leopold, James Bond, and for some inexplicable reason Matt Damon and Bruno Ganz (who sounds quite a bit like Peter Sellers in Dr. Strangelove). Here it is, in six parts. It has a few instances of (FCC-unfriendly) dirty language, and it might make other people think you have gone completely insane, so I would classify it as NSFW. Use at your own risk.
If you like this, you should definitely check out the Harmon e. Phraysier Show podcasts on Resonance FM, a more polished version of this sort of radio art, also produced by Jim Whelton (aka L. Voag aka Xentos "Fray" Bentos aka Xentos Jones aka Amos). Unfortunately, the show is not on the schedule anymore, but there are enough archived broadcasts to blow your mind.
If you have any more information about the background of this production, please leave a comment.