Walter Lewin's lectures on MIT OCW are an excellent aid to self-teaching physics.

Do comparable video lectures on (elementary to mid-range) number theory exist? Whilst I agree that books are the best primary resource, some subtleties occasionally go over my head when reading, which would not happen when reading's complemented with lectures.

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