I'm really impressed that LibriVox has foreign language recordings, though unfortunately I wouldn't be able to add to the number.
In school, I learnt French, German and Latin; I can still throw together the odd sentence of French, which is useful when I travel.
My degree is in Chinese Studies, and I spent a number of years living in China. I've been firmly based in London for several years, though, so my Mandarin is perhaps getting a little rusty. I can understand pretty much anything, and impress in a short conversation, but the deeply-buried vocabulary is beginning to wither.
I'm now into my second year of part-time study of Japanese. I get a real kick out of that, partly because it's so darn difficult, and partly because of the similarities and differences with Chinese. It still astonishes me that Chinese 'kanji' were grafted onto a language that functions so fundamentally differently.
Trouble is, now i'm enjoying LibriVox so much, I seem to have less time to study.....