Didn't see the answers to my question. Perhaps he phrased it wrong. I figured it out myself!
Russian-language channels teaching English are not bad, but I want to hear natural spoken language "from native speakers", as they say.
Over time, I realized that the English-language tube is no different from the Russian-language one. I began to find channels by interests. Now I watch videos on topics of interest to me in natural English - useful with pleasant. I recommend the Wired channel, which is an Internet magazine channel that interviews famous people. Relevant and humorous. Unbox Therapy is roughly American Wylsacom, very easy to understand and pleasant to listen to. Engineering Explained - for car enthusiasts. The blogger explains the technical details in great detail, you can pick up a lot of words in 'technical English'.
For those who want to find something for themselves, I advise you to change the country in the settings to US / UK and browse the video by category.
If you have a question about training your English speaking skills, I highly recommend this channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/engvidenglish And on the side of the menu you can find similar ones a lot of "child" channels with different tickers. For example, https://www.youtube.com/user/EnglishLessons4U https://www.youtube.com/user/EnglishBenjamin