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Youtube has an entire education section which i just noticed the other day - https://www.youtube.com/education .

Look around a bit. Once you get into science, you can narrow it down to biology, from there, neurology or maybe evolution. It's a lot deeper than it looks on first glance. Another great trick to find information on youtube is to set the search filter to show things longer than 15 or 20 minutes since these more often than not tend to be lectures or full length debates, rather than youtube videos made by some random guy (not to say those can't be good either).

The websites of any kind of national broadcaster (BBC, NPR, CBC, ABC, TVNZ, NKH, etc) tends to go very deep with both written content and podcasts. I've been casually browsing through the bbc one, off and on for a week or two and it still feels i've barely scratched the surface.

The major univeristies also tend to do quite well, oxford for example - http://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/ .

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