YouTube channels

Youtube is a massively valuable learning resource. Here are a selection of some of the best channels for Computer Science that I have found. Let me know if you find any more.
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Algorythmics Learn about sorting algorithms through Hungarian folk dancing 
Art of the Problem Each episode presents a problem and follows it's journey from prehistoric through modern times.  
Bits and Bytes Bits and Bytes is a classic, and still foundational, Canadian television series about microcomputers and the key concepts behind them. 
Boston Dynamics Our mission is to build the most advanced robots on Earth, with remarkable mobility, agility, dexterity and speed. 
CAS (Computing At School) TV Computing At Schools channel  
Code.org Code.org is a non-profit dedicated to expanding participation in computer science education by making it available in more schools, and increasing participation by women and under represented ethnic groups.  
Compressor Head Series of YouTube videos explaining compression algorithms.  
Computer History Museum We're committed to preserving and presenting the history and stories of the Information Age 
Computerphile Videos all about computers and computer stuff. Sister channel of Numberphile. 
Craig'N'Dave Free Videos Revision videos on GCSE and A Level Computer Science 
Crash Course Computer Science Fantastic series of videos on Computer Science topics! Watch 'em all! 
CS50 Channel Computer science course from Harvard and Yale university. Probably the most well known CS channel. 
DARPAtv The official YouTube channel of the U.S. Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). 
Explaining Computers ExplainingComputers.com posts weekly videos on computing and computing-related topics. 
Hurray Banana Great series of videos on Computer Science A Level Topics 
John Philip Jones Free lessons on logic, logic gates, logic circuit design, number systems, programming in Visual Basic, programming in Python, Mathematics revision and GIMP - the GNU Image Manipulation Program. 
Numberphile A bit more maths than computer science but this is the sister channel to Computerphile. 
Professor Chris Bishop Channel of Professor Chris Bishop 
PythonByteSize Collection of over 100 free video lessons on Python programming plus loads of other super videos. 
The 8-bit guy Just for fun and if you are into vintage tech and restorations like I am. 
The Computer Chronicles This channel is dedicated to hosting many episodes of The Computer Chronicles at the highest quality possible. 
The National Museum of Computing The National Museum of Computing located at Bletchley Park. 
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