Slow and Clear Chinese offers beginner-friendly listening practice without using any English. They are able to do this even for absolute beginners by using gestures, images, body language and props in their videos. This is one of very few resources I’ve found that you can use right from day one without relying heavily on English translations and explanations (also check Bumpy Chinese and Mandarin Click). Excellent!
Pros: Only Chinese, well-produced content, clear audio
Cons: Only on YouTube (and the channel is no longer updated)
This resources was featured in my article The 10 best Chinese listening resources for beginner, intermediate and advanced students.