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Your YouTube channel recommendations please

Discussion in 'Personal' started by alex_teccy, Sep 27, 2020.

  1. alex_teccy

    alex_teccy Star commenter

    Im always on the lookout for new fun and informative channels on YouTube, here are some of mine

    Brilliant and fun animations on all manner of topics, great for the kids

    Well researched and all with a very calming Austrian accent.

    Handy potted news for Tessers on the go

    For the inner cave-man in you

    Great tec content

    Ever wondered why modern films and TV is so naff?

    High quality videos on the less well
    episodes from military history

    Thought provoking theology from CS Lewis with animations

    He makes it look so easy!
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  2. oldsomeman

    oldsomeman Star commenter

    THank you, interesting,I shall look them up later.
    I spend a lot of time on you tube but most of my views are motor bikers or cyclist's traveling the world. Or photography or exploration

    One womans journies on a bike.At the moment in Sweden

    A man who explore local London highways and byways

    This man who is forever climbinf the mountains of Scotland

    A man who explores a whole range of unusual items includinf watching life emergining out of a jar of rain butt water.

    Produces excellent back packing syle videos for himself or with groups of his travels.

    An american minimilist hiker who of late produces videos of his walks with hardly any conversatin and youstand and amire the views of his travels.

    This is the nuttist and mad man who travells the world on old beat up honda C90's
    Daft, but mesmorising.personall met the guy and in real life he is mad.Look at some of his back programmes and travels around the world, and sit and be amazed how he does things most of us would shudder at thinking of doing.

    A young couple who record thier holidays only on an I phone amd does really good edits

    A man who produces good informative war related items mainly of the UK.
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  3. DrLinus

    DrLinus Lead commenter

  4. DrLinus

    DrLinus Lead commenter

  5. alex_teccy

    alex_teccy Star commenter

    That hiker has 150k plus views per video!
  6. Kandahar

    Kandahar Star commenter

    Interesting thread thank you both. If social history on film is your interest then GuyJones is your man. All film has been speed corrected and silent film has sound expertly added. I will link later.
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  7. Kandahar

    Kandahar Star commenter

    Here it is, Guy Jones

    Sadly the site appears to have becom inactive owing to threats of copyright, and so many films have been taken down too.
  8. magic surf bus

    magic surf bus Star commenter

    Lunatic (I use the word advisedly) inventor Colin Furze:


    Shopping bike powered by doodlebug engine anybody? 36 million views and counting. Love the new wave style soundtracks by the appropriately-named March To The Grave:

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  9. magic surf bus

    magic surf bus Star commenter

    Danny McCaskill - the supply teacher's friend. I used to carry copies of his clips on a USB stick to calm the little beasts during the last ten minutes of last lesson.


    Last year I had a very pleasant chat with his Dad, who runs the village museum in Dunvegan, Skye. I asked him to pass my thanks on to Danny for all the supply lessons he helped me to survive. :)
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  10. christubbs

    christubbs Occasional commenter

  11. Jude Fawley

    Jude Fawley Star commenter

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