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My Go-To Youtube Channels

For when YouTube's discovery function fails me.

These are my go-to Youtube channels.

While I love being a Youtube Premium subscriber, Youtube isn’t always great at suggesting new content to watch—at least not in my experience.

So, you’ll have to take matters into your own hands and subscribe to some Youtube channels with solid and recurring outputs. Of course, my favourite Youtube channels reflect my interests, but maybe you can find something interesting, too?

My Go-To Youtube Channels

Alas, my favourite Youtube channels are in no particular order:

Lex Friedman

Lex Friedman

Intelligent conversations about fascinating and complex subjects.

The Charismatic Voice

The Charismatic Voice

Vocal analysing and music appreciation by a classical opera singer who also is a gamer and Twitch streamer.

theRadBrad

theRadBrad

Walkthroughs of new and exciting games. “How convenient!”

GothamChess

GothamChess

I love to see Levy kick people’s asses while I still learn about chess at the same time.

Cracking the Cryptic

Cracking the Cryptic

Brilliant solves of advanced handcrafted Sudoku puzzles.

The Urban Gentry

The Urban Gentry

Watch appreciation with reviews, top lists, and horology discussions.

Nigel Danson

Nigel Danson

Very zen about landscape photography. Always makes me want to go out with my camera.

Davie504

Davie504

My favourite Italian. Very epic about bass playing. “Slap like now!”

Jonna Jinton

Jonna Jinton

Whenever I dream of moving up North and focusing on photography and art, this is the channel to get inspired.

Almazan Kitchen

Almazan Kitchen

Cooking beautiful food in the woods? Yes. In silence with only the sounds of nature? Yes, that too.

Mark Denney

Mark Denney

There’s always something to learn about photography. And Mark’s a good teacher.

Mark Rebillet

Mark Rebillet

Give this man a mic, keyboard, and a loop station. Then chill and absorb the magical creativity.

PBS Space Time

PBS Space Time

Do I need to learn more about science? Yes, everyone needs to know more about science.

Marques Brownlee

Marques Brownlee

The undisputed king of online tech reviews. A never-ending stream of cool new stuff.

See also: Spin Doctor Movies

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Jerry Silfwer
Jerry Silfwerhttps://www.doctorspin.net/
Jerry Silfwer, aka Doctor Spin, is an awarded senior adviser specialising in public relations and digital strategy. Currently CEO at KIX Index and Spin Factory. Before that, he worked at Kaufmann, Whispr Group, Springtime PR, and Spotlight PR. Based in Stockholm, Sweden.
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