I watch a lot of videos on YouTube, as that is the easiest place to find material devoted to my interests (Buddhism, Hinduism, Non-duality, social critique, astronomy, composing/piano, animal rights, critical thinking, love, etc.).
A few days ago I started watching the Introduction to Vedanta series by Swami Sarvapriyananda, based on the text, Aparokshanubhuti (which means Direct Experience) by Adi Shankaracharya. I have watched the first three (out of 44) videos, and so far am learning a lot, as well as greatly enjoying Swami Sarvapriayananda's style and clarity. Highly recommended for anyone interested in Advaita Vedanta and that tradition's reasoning and methodology of self-realization.