This is one of the best comprehensible input channels I’ve found so far! That means that she gives you plenty of listening practice without spending five minutes speaking English for every one minute she speaks Chinese. In fact, there is often no English spoken at all. This channel has less content than some of the others I recommend in this article, but feels more engaging, so is well worth checking out! Available as a podcast, as well as on YouTube. Also check Slow and Clear Chinese as well as Mandarin Click above.
Pros: Only Chinese, engaging, clear pronunciation
Cons: Some videos have to be watched (she refers to images shown on screen sometimes)
Sample video: Self-introduction in Chinese | my mum and my boyfriend
This resources was featured in my article The 10 best Chinese listening resources for beginner, intermediate and advanced students.