The Tate Gallery has teamed up with BT to launch the Tate Media Player, which aims to offer a wide range of rare film and audio from the Tate archives.
It’s worth a look too. There’s a diverse range of material, ranging from Barbara Hepworth’s home movies in the 1930s to Ken Loach discussing the 60s, plus a number of vintage featurettes and interviews. More is being all the time too.
Yes, some of it is a little high brow, but you’ll get more out of this than the usual trawl of YouTube.