I enjoy "Cruising the Cut" which is vlog of a British guy who ply the open seas of UK canals an, like a tru Brit, pwnds undue amount of time giving you complete directions of the wet hiways of GB. The guy i media trained (He used to be a weatherman onBBC 1) so hi humor i typical British understated and quite funny a he tries to cope with thing lik baking bread in his diesel powered oven. Its enough of a canal travelogue that I actually can recall a few of the towns that Ive been to (never on leisure tours so I saw the relaxed side of life)
You can use the Title I gave "Cruising the cut"
Also its verything you maybe wanted to know about cnal boats as a life style.
Another one is "REX FIGURES IT OUT", Rex is a carpenter of advanced cabinetmaking skills. He tests and fixs stuff like old bench planes and makes shooting boards and work tables.
(Although I hve to say, ince most orkbenches are one off creations by each carpenter, My Work/assembly bench at 12'X3.5' and setting on 8 six inch square pieces of doug fir and outfitted with doggi hols and drawers , Suit me best of all.
"Peter Draws" is entertaining but the artwork produced therein by this fellow named Peter is quite uninspired doodling that , once you see one, etc etc... He is a kind of unfocused , ntertaining dude who compares fountain pens.
I usually avoid the music panels, except for some good jazz artists.