As it happens, for many of my podcasts over on grizzlysgrowls.com there are corresponding copies in automatically created video form over on YouTube.com. Basically it's a "card" of the cover graphic for the audio version with the audio attached.
Some folks have asked if I could turn those copies into playlists, and that isn't very hard if all the files actually made the trip to YouTube. Where they didn't I'd have to find a way to either get the rest over or manually create these half-baked YouTube videos. Or, I could re-record them with me in talking-head mode, thus making them more (or less) acceptable in YouTube.
One whole book (Eugenics) is now a playlist there, because I had all the files.
Everlasting Man is very popular, but not all the files are on the YouTube side.
There may be others I can turn into playlists successfully, but we'll see.
Really don't feel comfortable trying to do live or recorded videos. Might be a lack of enthusiasm for my own appearance, might be an Autistic thing, might be a current lack of capacity to edit video. Used to have a program for video editing, but that was when I was in broadcasting school, and that's long gone for whatever reason.
So... guess I'll do what I can, and scratch my head over the rest?
UPDATE: I've now created playlists of five of the books I've recorded on my podcast. Still have several to do. In one, I wasn't able to include one chapter because I couldn't get Libsyn to resend the file, so I couldn't include it.
So possible, yes. Easy, not so much.