1. My cleaning lady cooked eggs in a fleishik frying pan then ate them on milchik plate with milchik fork. What do I do with plate and fork?
2. Second, I know you have to wash netilat yadayim before you study Torah but is that only when you are handling sepharim or also when listening to Torah shiurim on- line or on audio mp3s?
1. Provided the pan was clean, there is no problem, and the plate and fork remain dairy.
2. There is a dispute among authorities as to the status of learning Torah by thinking alone (not speaking). According to the Vilna Gaon and some other authorities, thinking about Torah study has the full status of Torah study, and therefore one should wash hands (and recite the blessing over Torah) before hearing Torah shiurim.