What are you favourite YouTube channels?

So what do you guys like watching on YouTube? Guessing it's going to be fairly similar given our jobs, but outside interests will vary. Here's some of mine.

bigclivedotcom - reverse engineers electronics, builds electronics, gets drunk.
ElectroBOOM - electrical engineer, builds interesting electronics, explains theory's, electrocutes himself a lot.
Tom Scott - short to the point informative videos about all sorts of topics.
Mark Rober - Ex-NASA engineer builds incredible science projects and all sorts of wonders.
Smartereveryday - Another Ex-NASA engineer covers wide range of science topics.
Steve Mould - more interesting science stuff
CGP Grey - Informative videos on a wide range of topics.
CuriousDroid - Space and aviation history by a man in outrageous shirts.
Bad Obsession Motorsport - Building a Mini with Celica GT4 running gear, plus a host of extras. Amazing engineers!
Big Car - Stories about developments of cars you'll love and hate.
Might Car Mods - Pair of Aussies modding cars, spins of channels are also very good, especially Skid Factory.
HubNut - Reviews and works on truly horrible cars from yesteryear.
Techmoan - Reviews all sorts of electronics, video and audio formats you never knew existed.
LGR - More old tech and games.
The 8-Bit Guy - Old tech and games.
Lindybeige - Mostly history videos by an eccentric Brit.
OverSimplified - Simplified history
Jay Foreman - All sorts.
Colinfurze - Mad mad mad English inventor.
NileRed - Interesting chemistry experiments.

Plus many many more.
 
Not suitable for showing to the tiddlywinks, unfortunately. Also seems to have lost its way a little, recently.
I'll admit I've lost interest in them of late. Possibly only so many VAT DA FUK's and Anna laughing you can put up with. I used to really enjoy their videos of actually doing work in the workshop.
 

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Okay mine are nothing like yours at all. I like:-

How Ridiculous - crazy Australian guys who drop heavy things on other things from ever increasing heights
The SloMo Guys - film all sorts of things in slow motion
Hope For Paw - American dog and cat rescue group who film all their rescues
It's Me or The Dog - clips from the tv show of the same name, Victoria Stillwell training humans so their dogs behave better!
The Graham Norton Show - hilarious clips from the years of the tv show

I don't really watch anything to do with being a science technician as when I'm at home that's my down time of not being a techy!
 
Technology Connections is my favourite for watching during breaks in my prep room alone over summer :p

Other science related stuff:
-engineer guy
-sci-show and sci-show space
-Kurzgesaght (super underappreciated channel as their work is beautiful to watch and also insanely informative and thought provoking especially the human related topics that are difficult to talk about, like loneliness)
-Joe Scott

Non science stuff I love:
-Forgotten Weapons and InRange TV (Im an absolute nerd for the engineering and mechanics of firearms and absolutely adore the weird and wacky stuff from the vaults of time)
-tons of gamers even though I don't really game much myself anymore.
-billions of musicians own channels haha my fave at the minute for prep room jamming are The B52s.
-also lego and transformers review channels like JangBricks and ThewAdams

It has been fun lately to put together lists of pupil suitable videos, both demos of actual practicals and fun videos I have found on my travels down the youtube rabbithole that would be great background for them.
 
Anything gaming related!

I watch sinvicta every morning!
Good Mythical Morning
Lots of Final Fantasy 14 youtubers!

:nerd: I'm a ultra geek!
 
Okay mine are nothing like yours at all. I like:-

How Ridiculous - crazy Australian guys who drop heavy things on other things from ever increasing heights
The SloMo Guys - film all sorts of things in slow motion
Hope For Paw - American dog and cat rescue group who film all their rescues
It's Me or The Dog - clips from the tv show of the same name, Victoria Stillwell training humans so their dogs behave better!
The Graham Norton Show - hilarious clips from the years of the tv show

I don't really watch anything to do with being a science technician as when I'm at home that's my down time of not being a techy!
Love the SlowMo Guys! :D
 
Triumph GT6 at Angouleme. Cock pit view of a breathed on "Poor man's E Type" whizzing round the Angouleme circuit. Just love the sound of the inline 6 winding up and the gentlemanly conduct of the competitors. If its your thing you'll watch all the way through. If its not, enjoy the first few laps. Went to buy a GT6 but I couldn't get out of it. Looking to a Vitesse soon!
 
An urban circuit in the rain - exciting! Except I bet they weren't going much faster than the locals in those conditions....

I've done many (hundreds of) thousands of miles in Heralds and their derivatives - still have a brand-new, Stanpart MkIV Sptifire rear wing sitting in the garage.

The GT6 will have had a decided advantage on that circuit, with its ability to go to negative Ackerman angles
 
My Parents had a driving school in Letchworth and had some of the first heralds to teach in. Progressed until in the late 70s we were teaching in 2L Vitesses. I'd have been 18 by then and for some years had been swapping engines, clutches, diffs etc. Know these inside out, (I think). Found a tatty but very sound vitesse nearby with OD and the 3.63 spit diff, so should have longer legs. The panels are tatty and will need lots of cleaning up but the recent MOT is clear with an advisory on an oil leak. I want a car that I can fix. Not one that won't start but the computer says there's nothing wrong. I'm thinking with no tax and cheap insurance I can enjoy it for a year and then sell on for about £20 a week. As a fellow triumph sufferer I'd value your opinion.
 
My Parents had a driving school in Letchworth and had some of the first heralds to teach in. Progressed until in the late 70s we were teaching in 2L Vitesses. I'd have been 18 by then and for some years had been swapping engines, clutches, diffs etc. Know these inside out, (I think). Found a tatty but very sound vitesse nearby with OD and the 3.63 spit diff, so should have longer legs. The panels are tatty and will need lots of cleaning up but the recent MOT is clear with an advisory on an oil leak. I want a car that I can fix. Not one that won't start but the computer says there's nothing wrong. I'm thinking with no tax and cheap insurance I can enjoy it for a year and then sell on for about £20 a week. As a fellow triumph sufferer I'd value your opinion.
Sounds like an interesting machine. I looked a few years ago and fully restored ones were running about £8-9k, convertibles much higher. So it depends how much work/how good your facilities are. Did you know you can take a 2.5PI crank, rods and pistons and drop it into a Vitesse engine? I also like the 1600 Vitesse a lot.
 
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