Podcasts and Documentaries in Ancient History and Archaeology

Ingvar Brandvik Mæhle/Eivind Heldaas Seland/D. R. Wildfang: Greek and Roman History
Jørgen Christian Meyer: Fra en tyrkisk landsby til den antikke verden. At give mening til en fragmentarisk fortid (2019)

Historical Association (UK)
Free Courses in Ancient History, Literature & Philosophy (Open Culture)
Classics. University of Oxford
Classics. School of Advanced Study. University of London
Classical Art Research Centre. University of Oxford
Ancient History. University of St Andrews
Institute for the Study of the Ancient World. New York University. Video Archive

Jack L. Davis: A Bronze Age Greek State in Formation. Sather Lectures (2019)
Attic Inscriptions Online (AiO)
Destruction, Survival, and Economic Recovery in the Greek World. American School of Classical Studies at Athens (2019)
From Kallias to Kritias: Athens in the Second Half of the 5th Century. American School of Classical Studies at Athens (2019)

American School of Classical Studies in Athens. Video Archive
Eric Cline: 1177 BC: The Year Civilization Collapsed (George Washington University)

Maurizio Bettini: City of the Spoken Word. Orality and the Foundations of Roman Culture. Sather Lectures (2018)
Roman Empire. University of Oxford
Roman Britain. University of Oxford
Rome. University of Oxford

Mary Beard: Ultimate Rome. Empire Without Limit (2016): Episode 1  Episode 2  Episode 3  Episode 4
Mary Beard: Meet the Romans (2012): Episode 1. All Roads Lead to Rome  Episode 2. Street life  Episode 3. Behind Closed Doors 
Mary Beard: Pompeii. Life And Death
Mary Beard: Caligula (2013)
Mary Beard: Introduction: Murderous games (Gifford Lectures. Edinburgh University)
Mary Beard: Tyranny and democracy (Gifford Lectures. Edinburgh University)
Mary Beard: Whiteness (Gifford Lectures. Edinburgh University)
Mary Beard: Classical Civilisation? (Gifford Lectures. Edinburgh University)
Mary Beard: Lucretia and the politics of sexual violence (Gifford Lectures. Edinburgh University)
Mary Beard: Them and us (Gifford Lectures. Edinburgh University)
Mary beard: "what's the point of ancient rome?" (Holberg Prize. Norwegian Institute in Rome. 2019)

Andrew Wallace-Hadrill: Life and Death in Herculaneum
Andrew Wallace-Hadrill: Building the Ancient City Athens and Rome: Episode 1. Athens  Episode 2. Rome

Diana E. E. Kleiner: The Roman Way of Life and Death at Ostia, the Port of Rome (Yale University)

Simon Keay and Peter B Campbell: Navigating the harbours and canals of the Portus Romae: new approaches (Roman Society, 2018)