Blogs & Videos – Entertainment

This is a list of entertainment blogs and Youtube channels that I follow and recommend. Don’t forget to check out my own posts & videos about my favourite entertainment too. If you have any links you think I should add here, feel free to contact me.

TV & Film

  • Bloggers & Creators:
    • Allonsy – Youtube
      Funny and entertaining edits of Doctor Who footage.
    • Amy MacLean – Website / Youtube
      Amy is a wonderful vlogger who reviews TV, films and books, writes novels, and loves Harry Potter and Doctor Who.
    • Joe Vevers – Youtube
      Comedy videos using footage from Doctor Who and more.
  • Shows & Movies:
    • BBC Click – Website / Youtube
      The BBC’s technology news programme on Youtube.
    • The Last Leg – Website / Youtube
      Clips from the hit comedy show.
    • Network Distributing – Shop / Youtube
      Trailers for their DVD releases of classic TV shows and films.
    • QI: Quite Interesting – Website / Youtube
      Highlights from the very interesting and funny panel show.
    • Sherlock – BBC Site / PBS Site / Youtube
      Trailers and behind the scenes videos for the hit BBC series.
    • UKTV – Website / Youtube
      Clips, outtakes and trailers for shows on the UKTV network (Dave, W, Gold, Alibi, Yesterday, Drama, Really, Home, Eden, Good Food and UKTV Play).



  • Braincraft – Main Youtube / Vanessa’s Youtube
    Fun educational videos by Vanessa on psychology, neuroscience and why we behave in certain ways.
  • DONG: Do Online Now Guys – Youtube
    Fun educational videos and cool website recommendations by the Vsauce team.
  • Draw Curiosity – Blog / Youtube
    Entertaining and interesting videos on science, language, maths and psychology.
  • Minute Physics – Youtube
    Concise, informative and delightfully hand-drawn videos all about physics and other science topics.
  • The Story of John Senett – Blog
    John writes about his life, travels, photography, thoughts on blogging and more.
  • Steve Mould – Website / Youtube
    Entertaining and educational science videos and experiments.
  • Technology Connections – Youtube 1 / Youtube 2
    Fascinating videos exploring how technology works, especially audio-visual entertainment and media.
  • Thoughty2 – Youtube
    Very interesting videos explaining and investigating a wide variety of topics.
  • Tom Scott – Website / Youtube 1 / Youtube 2
    Tom’s brilliant factual videos on technology, science, travel, comedy and more.
  • Veritasium – Website / Youtube 1 / Youtube 2 / Youtube 3
    Great videos on science, education and other topics.
  • Vsauce – Website / Youtube 1 / Youtube 2 / Youtube 3
    Wonderful videos with very high production values, on science and other topics that inspire people’s curiosity.
  • Youtube Creator Academy & Creator Insider
    Information and advice videos for Youtube creators.



  • All The Stations – Website / Main Youtube / Geoff’s Youtube / Vicki’s Youtube
    Geoff & Vicki travelled to all the UK mainline railway stations in 2017, and all stations in Ireland in 2019. I backed them on Kickstarter, and got to sponsor a station and appear in a video in return. Geoff also posts great railway related videos on his own channel, including the London Underground and the UK’s least used stations. Vicki often appears in his videos, and occasionally posts on her own channel too. Geoff also makes occasional videos for Londonist, and Vicki is part of the LadyProv improvisation group.
  • Calling All Stations – Blog / Youtube
    Blog and videos exploring all of the London Underground stations, plus various other railway related topics.

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