I'm just about to finish this 24 lecture course that's part of The Teaching Company
"Great Courses" series. This one, taught by Professor Edward Fisher is a great one (two 6 CD parts from my local library) and very well taught. It covers anthropology from "Gatherers and Hunters" to "Late Capitalism - From Ford to Disney" with a focus on a few specific cultures. I was delighted to find he talked about the Trobriand islands, whom I had first heard of reading the great travel book "The Happy Isles of Oceania"
by Paul Theroux (and a great pitch for the delights of folding kayaking, to which I am a happy convert). I've listened to a few of The "great courses" now, all from my library, and am very happy to have them at my disposal. I saw their ads in the Economist and sort of dismissed them as Reader's Digest versions of academic courses, but they seem as close to the real thing as you can get without sitting in a lecture room and having to turn in essays.
Fischer does a great job of presentation - lively and interesting, though sometimes he does seem to repeat himself a bit much.