This is a list of entertainment blogs and Youtube channels that I follow and recommend. Don’t forget to check out my other links pages in the menu bar too.
Books, TV & Film
Funny and entertaining edits of Doctor Who footage.
- Amy MacLean (also on her website)
Amy is a wonderful vlogger who reviews films and books, writes novels, and loves Harry Potter and Doctor Who.
- Joe Vevers
Comedy videos using footage from Doctor Who and more.
- Network Distributing (also on their website)
Trailers for their DVD releases of classic TV shows and films.
- Sherlock (on BBC & PBS)
Trailers and behind the scenes videos for the hit BBC series.
- UKTV (also on their website)
Clips, outtakes and trailers for shows on the UKTV network (Dave, W, Gold, Alibi, Yesterday, Drama, Really, Home, Eden, Good Food and UKTV Play).
- Bec Hill (also on Youtube)
Videos, comics and more by stand-up comedian Bec Hill.
- Dan & Dan Films (also on their blif)
Videos by Dan and Dan. If you don’t like it, blame Dan, not Dan.
- Dave Gorman (also on his website & Youtube)
Occasional posts and videos by the comedian.
- Jason Manford (also on his website)
Occasional videos by the comedian.
- Jay Foreman (also on his website)
Funny songs and comedy education videos, and you can go to his stand-up shows.
- Kyle D Evans – Born To Sum (also on Youtube)
Comedy songs with a maths related theme.
- The Last Leg (on Channel 4)
Clips from the hit comedy show.
- Off The Kerb Productions (also on their website)
Video clips of many of the UK’s stand-up comedians
- Ricky Gervais (also on Youtube)
Blog posts and videos by the comedian and TV star.
- Ross Noble (also on his website)
Video clips from the comedian’s stand-up shows.
- Stand Up Maths (also on Youtube)
Stand up comedy that’s mathematical, educational and great fun.
- BBC Click (on BBC)
The BBC’s technology news programme on Youtube.
- Braincraft (also on her personal channel)
Fun educational videos by Vanessa on psychology, neuroscience and why we behave in certain ways.
- DONG – Do Online Now Guys
Fun educational videos and cool website recommendations by the Vsauce team.
- Draw Curiosity (also on her blog)
Entertaining and interesting videos on science, language, maths and psychology.
- Minute Physics
Concise, informative and delightfully hand-drawn videos all about physics and other science topics.
- QI – Quite Interesting (also on their website)
Highlights from the very interesting and funny panel show.
- Tom Scott (also on his website) & Matt Grey (also on his website)
Tom makes brilliant factual videos on technology, travel and more, often with the help of his friend Matt. They regularly make park bench videos with behind the scenes insights and anything else they want to ramble about. Tom, Matt and a couple of other friends also make the very funny Citation Needed series. Plus Matt has his own channel where he posts stuff sometimes.
- Steve Mould (also on his website)
Entertaining and educational science videos and experiments.
- Technology Connections
Fascinating videos exploring how technology works, especially audio-visual entertainment and media.
Very interesting videos explaining and investigating a wide variety of topics.
- Veritasium (on Youtube as Veritasium, 2Veritasium & Sciencium)
Great videos on science, education and other topics.
- Vsauce (on Youtube as Vsauce, Vsauce2 & Vsauce3)
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 for Youtube video creators.
Entertaining metal covers of classic tunes.
- Brian May (also on Youtube here & here)
Blog and videos by the legendary Queen guitarist and astronomer.
- David R. Fuller
Rarities and Dave’s own remixes of songs by Queen and other artists.
- Joakim Karud (also on his website)
Producer of music that you can use in your videos.
- Led Zeppelin (also on their website)
Official Youtube channel for the iconic rock band.
- Madness (also on their website)
Official Youtube channel for this wonderful group.
- Meg’s Magical Musings
Meg’s blog on musicals and spirituality.
- PiotreQRMX (also on Youtube)
Brilliant remixes and mashups of Queen tracks
- Queen (also on their web site)
Official Youtube channel for my favourite band of all time.
- Queen Romania
Hits, rarities and interviews by the band.
- Roger Taylor Solo (also on his website)
Official Youtube channel for solo music by the drummer from Queen.
- The Rolling Stones (also on their website)
Official Youtube channel for this great rock band.
- Status Quo (also on their website)
Official Youtube channel for this classic rock group.
- Tina S
Amazing electric guitar covers of classic hits and even classical music by a young French girl.
- All The Stations (also on Youtube)
Geofftech (also on his website)
Geoff & Vicki visited all the UK mainline railway stations for their All The Stations project. 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 as well. Geoff also posts occasional videos for Londonist, and Vicki is part of the LadyProv improvisation group.
- Calling All Stations (also on Youtube)
Blog and videos exploring all of the London Underground stations, plus various other railway related topics.