If you have any interest in the Chinese classics, or even just stories of grand adventure and strategic backstabbing, I recommend this podcast for you. John is an excellent storyteller who makes this epic accessible to English-speaking audiences. As the Romance is based on history, he also occasionally comments on the difference between the actual history and the fiction. This is an intimidating text, but John makes it come alive in a natural way for those who don't have all of the cultural background to understand it in context.
As of the writing this review he's about two thirds of the way through the story, so there's still time to catch up before the end.
One recommendation to listeners: if you don't already know the story well, I recommend you don't listen at faster than 1x speed as many of the names will go by very quickly and can be more difficult to hear correctly, e.g. "Lü" will be hard to distinguish from "Li."