Monthly videos on a mixture of film analyses, retrospectives, politics and just absolutely overthinking anything to do with pop culture.YouTube
J.J. from Vancouver likes learning about culture and the different ways it manifests.YouTube
The world is fascinating. Rockets to space are landing themselves. Cars are on the verge of driving themselves. Microchips are continuing to become smaller and faster. Branch Education's objective is to make engaging content that answers each facet of these complex systems.YouTube
An educational channel dedicated to the academic, nonsectarian study of religion.YouTube
Sarah loves taking simple coloring pages and transforming them into epic pieces of art. Videos full of tips for beginners and inspiration for more advanced artists.YouTube
Tips on How To Live Stream on Facebook, YouTube & Instagram. Get tech reviews, tech how-tos, and strategy tips to help you grow your audience and revenue using live video.YouTube
Researching how the present has been influenced by the past. History, but connected to the present and fun!YouTube
Providing tech support for creatives while documenting a never ending crusade to find the best gear for the dollar.YouTube
An urbanist and transit analyst interested in rapid transportation all around Toronto, Canada, as well as the whole world.YouTube
Exploring architecture’s deep and enduring stories in all their bewildering glory.YouTube
Magician turned card counter, documenting the life of diving into the world of playing high stakes blackjack.YouTube
Game Maker's Toolkit is a deep dive into game design, level design, and game production, hosted by Mark Brown.YouTube
Talking about the nuance in the nerdy, and focusing on issues facing the LGBTQ community, transgender specific community, women, nonbinary and autistic folks as well as other social and political issues through and within geek topics, with an eye to the most vulnerable.YouTube
Stories of great urban planning and urban experiences from Amsterdam and the Netherlands. It's not just bikes.YouTube
Here, you will find amazing stories about famous airplanes, historical events, or exceptional people that have changed the world of aviation or turned out to be unfairly forgotten. The stories that I tell may sound so incredible that you might think they are taken from Hollywood scripts, but they all truly happened.YouTube
Hi all! My name is Lola, and I'm a writer hoping to bring some thoughtfulness and textuality to YouTube.YouTube
Your Definitive Guide to Everything TENNIS. High Quality Video Essays tackling all aspects of the sport including Players, Tournaments, Controversies, Scandals, and everything in between.YouTube
Zach is a second-year medical student in Philadelphia making videos about medical school, entrepreneurship, and other cool things.YouTube
Experience the cutting edge of the world around us in a relaxed atmosphere. Learn the captivating stories about how our world came to be and also learn what's happening in the cutting edge today.YouTube
Video essays on music - classical music, film music and music in art and literature. Created by Barnaby Martin.YouTube
Welcome to my corner. This is where I ramble about my life stuff and draw all day about it.YouTube
Humble Bedheads, my channel is a simple one. We gather together, we listen to my stories, we never wear pants. Let's get this party started.YouTube
Video explanations of all things F1 for the layman, fan and expert alike - bringing the science, regulations and technical gubbins of F1 terms to the masses without the jargon and confusion!YouTube
A medical student and artist in London who’s always trying to find the time to read.YouTube
Providing unbiased reviews of high-end PC gaming peripherals and audiophile hardware. And probably offending some people in the process.YouTube
Imagine a world where everyone has a place to call home. Working each day to fight homelessness by giving it a face while educating individuals about the systemic issues that contribute to its existence.YouTube
A registered Architect living in London, UK making videos that explore design, minimalism and wellbeing.YouTube
Videos and stories about simple living, minimalism, personal development and much more.YouTube
An animator sharing stories, thoughts and general random animations with everyone.YouTube
Short-form animated video essays every week about game design, world history, mythology, and other subjects, all of which may or may not involve a cat!YouTube
Learn neuroscience and psychology the easy way. It's not rocket surgery, it's brain science!YouTube
Hi! My name is Bryson and I am an amateur animator. On this channel i’ll be making funny animations about my life and stories I have!YouTube
The Efficient Engineer is a channel aimed at mechanical and civil engineers. The mission is to simplify engineering concepts, one video at a time!YouTube
Making all types of shows and videos about things I find interesting. Shows like Abandoned, Cancelled, Bankrupt and much more. Thanks for watching everyone!YouTube
Music videos and streaming performances by an indie rock band from New York City.YouTubeView store
A place to stimulate and entertain your curiosity with interesting science and language facts.YouTube
I fly somewhere. I film it. I find cool stories about it, and write them down. Then I tell them to you. I hope you like them.YouTube
Daily news analysis and insight into the cultural and personal impact of Apple and related technologies, with weekly bonus reviews and deep-dives into the products and stories that matter most.YouTube
Get this: it's a channel where Jacob Geller makes video essays. Will YouTube accept this radical new approach? Only time will tell.YouTube
I'm Todd. I review music on YouTube while hiding in shadows for some reason.YouTube
We break down your favourite Movies and Shows to find out what makes them tick.YouTube
Video essays, lessons and vlogs on new horizons in music and music theory. NYC-based bass player and composer Adam Neely brings you a new video every Monday exploring what music means, and what it means to be a musician.YouTube
A professional civil engineer highlights the connection between the world around us and the energy, passion, and thought that goes into making it a nicer place to live.YouTube
The Great War covers the First World War from 1914 to 1923 – in real time. Every other week, Jesse Alexander cover the important events that influenced the world 100 years ago.YouTube
I have a lot of questions about myself, so I try and find the answers using as much scientific backing as possible. Vids contain jokes, dancing, and many outtakes. Funnier when trying not to be.YouTube
Exploring the ways that we interact with artificial intelligence, algorithms, and other new technologies every day, for better or for worse.YouTube
Creative coding' video tutorials every week. Subjects covered range from the basics of programming languages to generative algorithms like physics simulation, computer vision, and data visualization.YouTube
I’m obsessed with the question “How does someone become a great artist?” Video essays on movies, literature and... writing. Duh. Created by Sage Hyden.YouTube
Simply put: cool physics and other sweet science. Created by Henry Reich.YouTubeView store
Every month Mike Boyd picks a new challenge and tries to conquer it as quickly as possible.YouTubeView store
Historian and general smart person who does YouTube. Pure ideology, protector of plants and the next answer to the question “what if Slavoj Zizek was a girl with better politics?”YouTube
Writer, worldbuilder, video essayist, bread connoisseur, and person who talks about The Last Airbender probably a little too much.YouTube
A doctor working in Cambridge, UK making YouTube videos about medicine, tech, productivity and entrepreneurship.YouTube
Movies, just like the stories of old, contain valuable lessons and insights, and to better understand them is to better understand life.YouTube
Nebula Creators take a deep dive into next-level technology and new tools to super-charge their productions. Better Elevation: a Nebula Original.
JT (Second Thought) and Joseph (Real Life Lore) test drive their dream cars in this Nebula Original series. New videos every Thursday.
A weekly video essay series that investigates humanity's relationship to the natural world.YouTube
Rewriting popular movies to prove that one small change can make a big difference.YouTube
A cardiologist, internal medicine doctor & university researcher that makes science videos and bad jokes. Offbeat topics you won't find elsewhere, enriched with a government-mandated dose of humour.YouTube
Are you someone who hears something interesting and immediately goes to find more information? Do you love learning new things about, well, everything? Have you been called a #nerd, #geek, #know-it-all?? Welcome to Uno Dos of Trace!YouTube
Hello everyone! Here at the Corner, we talk about productivity, organization, planning, and everything that makes your learning journey easier and more interesting!YouTube
Do you want to know how our legal system works? You’ve come to the right place. LegalEagle is all about giving you an insider’s view to the legal system. Have some fun and learn to think like a lawyer.YouTube
Video essays about movies. Hope you like deep dives into Disney and Transformers!YouTube
Have you ever wanted to learn history from someone wholly unqualified to teach you? Well Feature History has got you covered!YouTube
Exploring concepts in science with an emphasis on futurism and space exploration, along with a healthy dose of science fiction.YouTube
Welcome to Super Bunnyhop, where we make pseudo-journalistic content about video games!YouTube
A graduate Biochemist with a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science degree, sharing knowledge on the side.YouTube
A show dedicated solely to reviewing historical movies. Ever wondered how much a film is based on a true story? This is the place to find out.YouTube
Exploring film themes and tropes. It's like a college film analysis class minus the lecture halls, essay assignments, and student loan debts.YouTube
Dave Wiskus explains his ideas in hopes that someone else will have time to execute them.YouTube
City Beautiful is a YouTube channel dedicated to educating everyone about cities and city planning. Cities are amazing!YouTubeView store
Videos about science, humanities, and everything Alex Nickel finds awesome about our world! Prepare to have your mind blown.YouTubeView store
Thomas Frank makes videos that help you be awesome at school and college, and improve in all areas of life.YouTubeView store
This channel is mostly video essays, usually from a progressive socdem point of view.YouTubeView store
Welcome to the foundry. Hope you like fiction-obsessed robots, pretentious literary discussion, and passably decent short fiction.YouTubeView store
Videos about History, Government, and Psychology so that maybe next time you're in a conversation or you see a stupid meme on facebook, you'll know better.YouTubeView store
Explore the science behind everything beauty! Demystifying creams, contraptions, cleaners and lotions! Get savvy about beauty products and have fun in the process!YouTubeView store
Videos that analyze movie scripts to examine exactly how and why they are so good at telling their stories.YouTubeView store
Mostly these videos are just an excuse to complain about tropes and cliches in certain genres.YouTubeView store
Bite-sized thoughts and explanations on anything interesting, from flags to philosophy.YouTubeView store
Answers to questions that you've never asked. The world is an exciting place and there is so much to know.YouTubeView store
A channel devoted to education and analysis of current events from a Socialist perspective. Welcome!YouTubeView store
From travel, to economics, to geography, to marketing and more, each video will leave you with a little better understanding of our world.YouTubeView store
100 years after L. Frank Baum's saga that began with The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, the Gale Family Farm sits abandoned in what's left of the great Kansas prairies. After her parents' messy divorce, Jessi Hugson and her mother move to Dorothy's old neighborhood for a new beginning. Things were already off to a shaky start, but when Jessi and her cousin Wallace find a jewel-studded bracelet in Dorothy's front yard...things get twisted. Twister'd, even.
Modulus, hosted by Brian and Stephanie, is a podcast for engineers, scientists, researchers, and STEM enthusiasts who want an inside look at the work that moves humankind forward.
The legal world comes to life in this series of audio dramas. Each episode follows one famous case from dramatic inception to the fireworks of the courtroom battle. Styled after the radio dramas of the 1940s, every case is meticulously reconstructed with sound effects, narration, music, and voice actors. At the end, you get to be the jury and guess how the case came out!
Ever wondered how the law works? Real life lawyer, Devin Stone, is on a mission to explain the most important legal issues of the day . . . and also ruin your favorite legal TV shows. From the courthouse to Night Court, LegalEagle will break it all down and teach you how to think like a lawyer.
Showmakers is presented by Brian from Real Engineering and Sam from Wendover and Half as Interesting, two up-and-coming YouTube creators. In each episode, they will speak with successful online creators to learn more about their life and craft.
Daily news analysis and insight into the cultural and personal impact of Apple and related technologies, with weekly bonus reviews and deep-dives into the products and stories that matter most.
Every episode the creators behind the popular YouTube channels 12tone and Polyphonic discuss the latest in music news, how they approach analysis and they even might touch on what they are listening to right now.
Genesis is a show all about your favorite YouTubers' origin stories. Each episode, Alex the LowSpecGamer interviews a fellow creator about how they got started on YouTube, what interests lead them there, and what they see as the future of their videos.
Georgia Dow, psychotherapist, and Rene Ritchie, tech analyst, come together each week to talk about how technology affects our culture, humanity, and lives.
Our Ludicrous Future is a collaboration between Joe Scott, Tim Dodd, and Ben Sullins. We have an obsession with how wild our future is going to be given the pace of technological innovation. Each week we get together to talk about the latest from SpaceX, Tesla, The Boring Company, Neuralink, and more.
Jim Dalrymple and his beard chat with guests from the Apple community about technology, music, and life.
A podcast about Apple and the community around it. Each episode brings you stories about technology, culture, and design.
Joe Cieplinski and Charles Perry discuss the business side of iOS and Mac app development. Inspiration, design, trends, and tools — everything but the code.
Sometimes, we (Thomas Frank and Martin Boehme) talk about stuff. Sometimes, we don't. This podcast is generally one of the former times. If you like The College Info Geek podcast, you'll probably enjoy this one, its spiritual successor.
“Lessons from the Screenplay” creator Michael Tucker and the LFTS team do deeper dives into the storytelling of individual movies and chat with the creatives behind those films.