Here's a list of my favourite woodworking channels.
My all-time favourite channel to watch. Japanese furniture maker that makes you all zen. No talking, just beautiful shots of beautifully crafted pieces of furniture. Never seems to rush.
Your friendly Australian woodworker, not afraid of making mistakes and revisiting old projects. Wonderful in combining metal and wood. Check out his quick release vise build:
Watch a professional cabinetmaker with the coolest and cleanest (seriously) workshop on YouTube. Insightful tips told in the most soothing voice of the States. Mostly customer projects that also include shots of installation. Lovely sense of humour.
The godfather of YouTube makers. Not your traditional woodworker, but a true maker with a plethora of skills like forging, welding, 3D-printing, leather working. His tips videos are essential for any maker.
Canadian woodworker with a great sense of humour. Detailed explanations no longer on his main channel but accessible via his subscription based Samurai Woodworking School. Maker of the coolest workbench ever.
No-nonsense Canadian woodworker with a very scientific approach. Loves to make his own machines and experiment with all sorts of jigs.
Another canadian with a great (albeit grumpy) sense of humour. The ultimate plywood woodworker. Also loves making his own tools.
All-handtool woodworker with excellent tips on complex joints, sawing, shaving and finishing hardwood.
American woodworker working mostly with hardwood. Very didactic and great video editing skills.